Modern Technologies and BBQ

, von Marcel

Modern technology is revolutionizing the way we cook. While old-fashioned BBQ is still fantastic, they're just not as popular. From touchscreens to voice activated features, a variety of new devices can make barbecuing less tedious and more fun. Some allow you to track the temperature of your food and the amount of lp consumed. This can help you understand the correct technique to broil.

While barbecue lovers might have their own rules and customs (such as using the appropriate wood to cook various proteins or sticking to certain rubs or sauces) consumers are more open to trying new flavors. In 2024, we'll see a rise in global flavor fusion as barbecuers play with marinades, sauces, and rubs inspired by different cuisines. From tangy Korean gochujang to smokey Mexican chipotle, this fad is helping barbecuers take their taste buds on a global tour.

Although smart grilling hasn't been a massive hit, a few manufacturers are looking into how they can incorporate connected technology to their products to reach a broader audience of people who may be intimidated by traditional barbeque methods. For instance, one manufacturer uses a combination of sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can determine how well the meat has been cooked based on its internal temperature. This could be a valuable tool for anyone who's had the unfortunate experience of being burned by undercooked or overcooked meat. This tool can also lower the possibility of undercooking your meat by ensuring that it's cooked correctly each time.

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