The Best BBQ Grill Masters
We asked two Hy-Vee chefs and seasoned grill masters to share their best barbecue. Their recipes are spectacular.
Smoke and Fire
For avid barbecuers, the warmer months are all about the thrill of the grill. Few experiences eclipse the building excitement that comes from the smell of hickory as ribs smoke for hours or the hiss and sizzle of well-seasoned steaks hitting a hot grate.
Tasty barbecue is not hard to achieve. You just need good ingredients, good recipes and a little practice. Of course, a few tips from the pros can’t hurt. We turned to Chef Jim Nadeau of Cedar Falls College Square Hy-Vee in Iowa and Chef Mark Webster of Lee’s Summit West Hy-Vee in Missouri. In the summer, these grill gurus spend their weekends competing in and judging BBQ competitions.
Great barbecue boils down to three simple things: ingredients, technique and smoke. Read more.