Grilling Quick Tip: How To Tell the Temperature of Your Fire

Oh, good. I was hoping you would stop by today.

I wanted to share this tip with you.

Grill Temperature

Hold your hand about 5″ above the cooking surface. Count how many seconds you can hold it there comfortably.

1 to 2 seconds = high flame or hot

4 to 5 seconds = medium flame or medium heat

8 to 10 seconds = low flame or low heat

Now, who brought the Teriyaki Beef Kabobs?

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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Hey, congratulations! Philadelphia Sticky Buns and Strawberry Lemonade for everyone!

  2. Thank you, Neighbor Nancy, I just happen to be writing my final intern blog on “The best ever BBQ meal” and wanted to pack it full of great tips and advice! Your grill temperature tip will go perfectly in there!

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