Modern Technologies and BBQ

Modern technology is revolutionizing the way we cook. While traditional BBQ is still great, they're not as popular. Many of these modern gadgets including voice-activated features to touchscreens, make barbecuing more enjoyable and less tedious. Some let you track the temperature of your food and the amount of lp that was used. This can help you learn the correct techniques for broiling.

Although barbecue enthusiasts might have their own rules and traditions (such as using the appropriate wood for cooking different meats or sticking to specific rubs and sauces), consumers are open to new flavors. In 2024, we will see a rise in global flavor fusion as barbecuers experiment with marinades, sauces and rubs inspired by other cuisines. This trend lets barbecuers travel with their taste buds across the world. From sweet Korean Gochujang, to smokey Mexican Chipotle.

While smart grilling hasn't gained popularity, some manufacturers are looking at how they can incorporate connected technology to their products to reach a wider audience of people who may be uneasy with traditional barbeque methods. For instance, one company is using sensors and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can gauge how well the meat is cooked based on its internal temperature. This could be an extremely useful device for anyone who has been burned by overcooked barbecue or brisket that was undercooked. It also helps reduce the chance of undercooking your meat by ensuring that it's cooked correctly each time.

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