When and how do I use a meat thermometer?

Use an oven-safe meat thermometer when cooking large pieces of meat, poultry and game to determine when cooked thoroughly. The thermometer should be inserted into the thickest part of the meat. For accurate temperature reading, the tip of the thermometer should not...
Rotisserie on your grill

Rotisserie on your grill

Rotisserie Poultry, lamb, beef and pork retain their flavor when spit-roasted. Meat is rotated over the heat keeping it constantly bathed in its own juices, ensuring that all sides become done at one time. A drip pan can be used to collect the drippings for basting or...

April Grill Service Special

Pittsburgh Gas Grill & Heater Company is offering you a 10% discount for any grill servicing scheduled during the month of April 2022. Have your grill serviced for only $157.45, 10% off of our regular price of $174.95. Grill servicing includes cleaning cooking...
Smoke Grilling

Smoke Grilling

Smoke Cooking (addition of wood chips or chunks) Ordinary meat, whole fish, poultry and game becomes a taste sensation when smoked. Using the water pan technique and your favorite wood soaked in water for several hours. Place chips in the box directly on briquettes...
Pan Roasting on Your Grill

Pan Roasting on Your Grill

Pan Roasting To cook large cuts of meat, pot roast, turkey, whole chickens, duckling, game or ham in natural juices or seasoning. Place aluminum roasting pan on top of cooking grid. For extra flavor, add your favorite vegetables, or wine, or juice, garlic,and onions...

Indirect heat grilling with a water pan

For indirect heat grilling using a water pan, an aluminum foil pan is centered on the briquettes to moderate the temperature and to add moisture and flavor. Fill the pan with water or other ingredients, (such as wine, juices, herbs, spices, etc). The cooking juices...

Indirect Heat Grilling

Indirect heat grilling is useful for roasts, ribs, ham, whole chicken, turkey, game or whole fish. Using the indirect heat method, turn on one side of burner, then place food on the cooking grid over the side of burner that’s not lit. Close your grill’s...

Direct Heat Grilling

For grilling or searing steaks, chops, burgers, sausages, fish fillets, chicken parts or shish-ka-bobs. Your gas grill from Pittsburgh Gas Grill & Heater Company is designed to cook with the lid closed, except for quick searing or having more of a char flavor....