Modern Technologies and BBQ

Although there’s still a need for traditional BBQ methods, modern technologies are changing this classic cooking method. From touchscreens to voice activated features, a variety of new gadgets can make barbecuing less tedious and more fun. Some allow you to monitor the temperature of your food and the amount of lp that was used. This can help you to learn the correct method of broiling.

While barbecue aficionados may have rules and traditions that they adhere to (such as selecting the best wood for different proteins or recommending specific rubs and sauces), it’s clear that consumers are eager to experiment with a wide range of flavors. In 2024, we’ll see a trend of global flavor fusion as barbecuers play with marinades, sauces, and rubs inspired by other cuisines. From spicy Korean gochujang to the smoky Mexican chipotle, this fad is helping barbecue lovers take their taste buds around the world.

While smart grilling hasn’t exploded in popularity, some manufacturers are considering how they can incorporate connected technology to their products in order to reach a broader audience of consumers who may be afraid of traditional barbeque techniques. One manufacturer uses a combination sensor and software to build an intelligent BBQ which can tell the temperature of the meat’s interior. This could be a useful option for anyone who’s been burned by barbecue that’s overcooked or brisket that wasn’t cooked properly. It can also reduce the risk of undercooking meat by ensuring it’s cooked to perfection every time.

Rodrigo Andrea Rivas

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