Modern technology is changing the ways we cook. While traditional BBQ is still fantastic, they’re just not as popular. From touchscreens to voice activated features, many of these new devices can make barbecuing easier and more enjoyable. Some let you track the temperature of your food and the amount of lp was used. This can help you to master the proper technique for broiling.

While barbecue lovers might have their own rules and traditions (such for using the correct wood to cook various proteins or sticking to certain rubs or sauces) the general public is open to new flavors. In 2024, we’ll see a trend of global flavour fusion as barbecuers experiment with marinades, sauces, and rubs influenced by other cuisines. This allows barbecuers to take their taste buds around the world. From spicy Korean Gochujang to smokey Mexican Chipotle.

Smart grilling isn’t the most popular trend at the moment, but a few manufacturers are looking into ways to incorporate connected technology into their products in order to reach out to those who are intimidated by the traditional barbeque method. For instance, one company is using a combination of sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can tell how well the meat has been cooked by analyzing its internal temperature. This is a great tool for anyone who has experienced burns from undercooked or overcooked meat. It also helps reduce the chance of undercooking your meat by ensuring it’s cooked correctly every time.

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