It can be very easy to allow your barbecuing set to fall into disrepair, and most people don’t really feel that the stakes are very high anyway. Unless you know some simple tips it can also be quite a difficult task which will require a lot of effort.
Firstly, keeping your barbecue station is pretty important. Making sure that any ash left over from old sessions with the barbecue are cleared away is very important as this ash can blow around once your fire starts and get into your food, and it can also impact the amount of oxygen which will reach the fire.
Secondly, you should try to keep your grill clean. Ideally you would do this at the end of every session as the carbon and grime can build up over time and will periodically attach itself to the food you’re cooking and make the food stick to your grill even more.
To clean your grill, the best time is while it is still hot. This is because the grease and oils will still be liquid at this point, which will make the task to rub off the carbon attached to the grill considerably easier. You should also purchase a grill brush, which are designed to be really effective at cleaning barbecue grills; able to withstand heat and really scour the grills clean quickly and efficiently.