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GRILLING TECHNIQUES

Getting perfect grill marks or grilling the perfect roast we will show you some of our techniques to make sure your you get the most out of your grill.

COOKING TIME FOR ROASTS

These times are approximate and may vary with the thickness of the roast, and the internal temperature of the food before cooking. For best results, bring meat close to room temperature before placing on the barbecue. A longer, thinner roast will cook more quickly than one of the same weight but thicker.

Cut of Meat

Heat Control Setting

Approx Cooking Time

Internal Cooking Temperature

Beef

Rare

Medium-Medium/Low

18-20 min./lb

130°F/55°C

Medium Rare

Medium-Medium/Low

20-22 min./lb

140°F/60°C

Medium

Medium-Medium/Low

22-25 min./lb

150°F/66°C

Well Done

Medium-Medium/Low

25-30 min./lb/lb

160°F/71°C

Pork

Medium

Medium-Medium/Low

20-25 min./lb

160°F/71°C

Well Done

Medium-Medium/Low

25-30 min./lb

170°F/77°C

Lamb

Rare

Medium-Medium/Low

18-20 min./lb

135°F/57°C

Medium

Medium-Medium/Low

20-25 min./lb

145°F/63°C

Poultry

Whole Chicken

Medium-Medium/Low

18-20 min./lb

180°F/83°C – Dark Meat

Whole Turkey

Medium-Medium/Low

18-20 min./lb

170°F/77°C – Breast Meat

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