Grill Master and Chef David Olson Shares Great Grilling Secrets
Find out Why the Founder of LiveFireRepublic Blog and Cooking Personality is Excited to Share the Thrill of the Grill.
Grill Master and Super Chef David Olson is founder of a wildly famous blog called livefirerepublic that features cooking tips and recipes. This super chef shares some of his greatest grilling secrets as part of a special National Grilling Month Show-and-Tell preview interview. Learn how this nationally recognized award-winning recipe developer, grill master and media personality creates mouthwatering delicacies.
GOOD START TO A BACKYARD BARBEQUE
There is nothing like delicious grilled foods paired with the right beverage. This summer Stellabrate with America’s favorite semi-sweet, semi-sparkling Italian wine, Stella Rosa Wines! Grab a bottle of Stella Rosa Blueberry or a bottle of food’s best friend, Stella Rosa Royale. Whether it is non-alcoholic or not, Stella Rosa is made with real fruit flavors, naturally gluten-free, vegan, low-calorie and now comes in cans. For more information, visit stellarosawines.com
TIP FOR GREAT GRILLING
The number one recommendation is to build a great relationship with the local meat cutter. Backyard barbecues are all about the meat and Save A Lot is the one stop shop for any summer grilling needs. Some of David’s favorites include their T-bones, ribeye, and bone in and boneless pork chops. Save A Lot has meat cutters in store who can customize any cut. In fact, Save A Lot is the go-to for all grocery and grilling essentials. With their fresh cut meat in store, anyone will be sure to find the perfect cut. For more information, visit savealot.com
MUST HAVE AT ANY BACKYARD GRILLING PARTY
The average person will eat almost 3,000 PB&J sandwiches in their lifetime. Peanut butter is a classic American flavor which is great to bring to outdoor cooking in new and surprising ways. Turn the classic peanut butter and jelly into these perfectly sticky Grilled PB&J Wings that will have everyone licking their fingers! Or this Nutter Butter Banana Pudding, an update to the classic Banana Pudding. Roasted, salted or seasoned, peanuts are always welcome as a crunchy, tasty munch at any cookout! For more information, visit peanutbutterlovers.com
MAKING SURE GUESTS ARE COMFORTABLE
Nothing will ruin a barbecue faster than mosquitoes and ticks. SC Johnson and OFF! created this cool website called OFFCast that actually forecasts the mosquito activity in your area for up to seven days. It can be counted on because it is backed by over 60 years of research at the SC Johnson Center for Insect Science for Family and Health. OFFcast makes sure everyone knows how to plan for any barbecue to make sure it is not spoiled by uninvited guests. For more information, visit off.com