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Rose Olson

Why should you dry brine your turkey?

Why should you dry brine your turkey?

Once again, the holidays are approaching and it’s time to figure out how to cook a delicious big ‘ol turkey. Ideally, this turkey should end up moist and flavorful, with shatteringly crisp skin and won’t need to be camouflaged with copious amounts of mashed potatoes and gravy. We’ve all had dry boring turkeys, but it doesn’t have to be that way! This one easy prep step will help transform your turkey woes into turkey WHOA’S!   All you’ve gotta do is brine your bird. Traditionally, this means that you need to find some huge container, clear out your fridge, rearrange the shelves,...

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Matt Curmi

How Long to Grill Anything

We created a handy chart on how long to grill anything for you to reference next time you light up the grill and your mind goes blank on cook times for those boneless chicken thighs you've been marinating all day. All times listed are approximate based on using a gas grill with the lid closed at a temperature of 450˚F.

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Rose Olson

Easy Weeknight Grilling

Easy Weeknight Grilling

Grilling on a weeknight can be smooth sailing with a few tips and tricks. Weeknight grilling can be fairly effortless and requires minimal clean up in your kitchen. Here are our best tips and tricks to make the most of a quick and satisfying dinner on the grill. The key is to master a few techniques with your favorite protein so you can just go on autopilot with maybe a few tweaks here and there depending on what you have on hand. Keep it casual Tuesday night is not the time to try that new basting technique you saw on...

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Rose Olson

Does made in the USA matter?

Does made in the USA matter?

Absolutely, it does. Here at Wildwood Grilling, we work where we play. All phases of our manufacturing process happen right here in our small hometown of Sandpoint, Idaho. We never have to wait for a ship to deliver our goods and don't even have to think about extra taxes and tariffs impacting our product. Like you, we value our local communities and eco-systems and are always looking to conduct business in a wise and sustainable way. For us that means we source much of our raw lumber from the Pacific Northwest, pay our people well, and make sure we are...

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