Outdoor Cooking

WISH4U Grill Mat Set of 3-100% Non-stick BBQ Grill & Baking Mats – FDA-Approved, PFOA Free, Reusable and Easy to Clean – Works on Gas, Charcoal, Electric Grill and More – 15.75 x 13 Inch

WISH4U Grill Mat Set of 3-100% Non-stick BBQ Grill & Baking Mats – FDA-Approved, PFOA Free, Reusable and Easy to Clean – Works on Gas, Charcoal, Electric Grill and More – 15.75 x 13 Inch

Product Description
WICH4U non-stick grill mats are perfect when cooking at home, and also ideal for cookouts in parks and campgrounds to provide an instantly clean surface to cook on.
Instead of BBQ sauce causing food to stick and become mangled or burnt, it will flip over easily to remain intact, and cook to perfection. This results in better tasting food, but also makes cleaning up afterward far easier and less time consuming. It will not retain or transfer tastes or odors between uses.
They are totally washable and reusable. Almost like a thin, flexible pan, they are made from fiberglass fabric coated PTFE (Teflon) similar to what is used for non-stick pots and pans. This means that you can cook without oils, and cleaning up is simple because everything will slide right off.
For larger grills you can use multiple mats, side by side, and for larger meals, you can even flip one over to keep on cooking with the clean side up to preserve flavours.
These BBQ mats are also perfect for baking! Can be cut to fit your toaster oven, pans and cookie tins for cooking, roasting, baking and frying.
Package included: 3 X Grill Mats
1 X Instruction Manual

Grill Mat Specification:
Material: Teflon-coated glass fiber cloth, all imported Teflon emulsion
Size: Regular size 16 x 13 inch
Colour: Black
Packing: OPP bag, and two mounted white box.
Two package weight: 110g
Product Safety Certificate: FDA, SGS, LFGB
High temperature: range from  -70 to 260 degree up to 380 degree
Application range: charcoal grill, electronic grill, oven, microwave BBQ grill mat Teflon non-stick grill mat

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The Do-It-Yourself Outdoor Cooking

Do-It-Yourself outdoor cooking can be a fun experience, particularly if you are camping in the wild or if you prefer a garden party with your family and friends. Learning a survival skill well is very resourceful, which is just one of the advantages of outdoor cooking.

Furthermore, outdoors cooking means that you’re most likely doing manual food preparation. There are foods that are typically high in carbohydrates, and it is exactly what hikers and campers need. Obviously, if you are going on a camping voyage you will not be able to bring a fresh cut of meat. As an alternative you will have to used dried meats, noodles, and possibly a stock of potatoes to see you all the way through.

In addition, you can create a small fire and make use of a pie iron over hot coals. A pie iron is an iron pan with an extended handle that can be useful for hotdogs, and bread. You can also make use of a Dutch oven that is made of aluminum or cast iron and has a cover where you can put hot coals.

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Outdoor Kitchens ? A Perfect Setting to Enjoy Cooking and Eating

Outdoor kitchens are a fantastic way of bringing the indoors outside. Ideal for enjoying cooking and eating in the open air, outdoor kitchens can be built wherever you feel you would take pleasure in them the most; a patio, a porch, a backyard, on your decking, or just outside your back door. If you have great weather, they are perfect for adding that extra special touch to your home. As well as being able to prepare food in the outdoors, building an outdoor kitchen may result in your house being the hub of socializing and entertaining for friends and family. Outdoor kitchens generate a unique and appealing space for your guests, and create more of an open area than the indoors.

There are many options available for you to personalize your outdoor kitchen; from grills and refrigerators, to warming drawers and ovens, you can choose how you want your kitchen to look and bring it to life with your selections. Having an outdoor kitchen may even encourage you to increase your cooking, and your skills too. Adding additional touches like lanterns and torches will bring ambience to the kitchen after dark, and task lighting on many of the kitchen appliances will allow you to keep cooking even after the sun goes down. A great benefit of cooking outdoors is that all the heat from the cooker will go into the air; if you cook inside, your air conditioning system works harder to counteract the heat generated. Outdoor cooking could mean lower electricity bills, which is always a bonus.

Outdoor kitchens are ideal for adding to a selection of the backyard that needs some work or is a wasted space. If the area you are working with is small and you have surrounding neighbors, consider building your outdoor kitchen where any smoke, noise or light will disturb them the least. Take into account how much privacy you would like your kitchen to have too; if you would like to cook without your neighbors eyeing over your cuisine, choose its location sensibly. Keep it on level ground with the correct amount of exposure that you would like from your outdoor kitchen.

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