Getting a New Grill a Viking Smoker Grill

By: Kangaroo Jack

Buying on impulse can be dangerous and we all have probably done that to some extent. The Viking smoker grill is a little more expensive than other smoker grills, but in this case you do get what you pay for. The Viking smoker grill is a well designed and a reliable smoker grill. You will get many hours of enjoyment from its use.

One other advantage of purchasing a Viking smoker grill is it has a regulator. Sure other cheaper smoker grills have regulators but with the Viking smoker grill the advantage is that the regulator is adjustable and more flexible. With the Viking smoker grill all you need to do is set the regulator at the level of heat you want and just make the occasional trip back to check on how your food is cooking. Where as with other smoker grills you or some one need to keep a constant eye on the cooking food.

The Viking smoker grill is designed to produce healthy and fresh smoke that will make your food taste great.

Cleaning your Viking smoker grill is easy. Allow the grill to cool down before removing the grates. Another important step to remember is never pour water over the hot grates. This will damage and reduce the life span of the grates. Don't wait a day or two to undertake the task of cleaning the grates. The dirt, grime or caked on food particles could become breeding grounds for bacteria.

Now that the grates have cooled down, remove and place them in soapy water for a little while. Soaking in soapy water will help soften and loosen any food particles that are attached to the grates. When the food residue is loose enough use a stiff wire brush and gently remove any build up of food and grime. Allow the grates to dry, don't use a towel, as this will aid the bacteria to spread and grow.

With the Viking smoker grill we should also clean the smoker burners. On a charcoal grill remove the coal grates and brush the inside. When clean the grass grill burners you need to remove the lava rocks, briquettes and or the metal flame burner. These can also be washed in soapy water, but make sure the are rinsed thoroughly and leave the burners to air-dry before putting all the parts together.

Before packing your Viking smoker grill away you may consider heating the smoker grill for 5 minutes. This will ensure all parts are dry before the Viking smoker grill is stored. This will kill any bacteria that may grow if the smoker grill was stored while the parts where still wet or damp.

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