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Temperature Control Necessities for your Backyard

When setting out to smoke your first brisket, you contemplated the same question all barbecuers have faced: “225 degrees for 10 hours in the smoker?? How am I going to stay sane and still monitor the cooking temp all day??”

Consider too a large pork shoulder you need to pull off the grill at the exact right internal temperature to maintain its juiciness. Seeking perfection leads to the endless cycle: Open lid. Check temperature. Close lid. Open lid. Check temperature. Close Lid. And causes an inefficient temperature fluctuation in your grill.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were an automated temperature control system that can monitor both the internal temperature of the food, AND the grill temperature? Enter BBQ Guru, with the CyberQ Cloud.

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Steak and Potatoes: Florentine Steak and Garlic Fingerlings

Tuscany’s cuisine is primarily based on the concept of “cucina povera,” which translates to “poor kitchen.” Pasta, beans, local vegetables, and olive oil are the primary building blocks of Tuscan cuisine. Which is why it’s ironic that one of the region’s most famous dishes is a pricy indulgence. I speak, of course, of Bistecca alla Fiorentina, otherwise known as Florentine steak.

Tuscans often eat their bistecca alla Fiorentina with cannellini beans stewed with tomatoes and sage. But we also like Steven’s garlicky fingerling potatoes, preferably roasted indirectly on the grill.

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