Modern technologies are changing the cooking methods we use. While old-fashioned BBQ is still a great option, they’re not as popular. Many of these new gadgets, from voice-activated features to touchscreens, can make barbecue more enjoyable and less tedious. Some allow you to monitor your food’s temperature and the amount of lp that was used. This can help you master the proper technique for broiling.

While barbecue lovers may have their own rules and traditions (such as using the right wood to cook different types of meats or sticking to certain rubs and sauces) the general public is open to trying new flavors. In 2024, we will see a rise in global flavor fusion as barbecuers play with marinades, sauces and rubs that are inspired by other cuisines. This trend allows barbecuers to explore their taste buds throughout the globe. From tangy Korean Gochujang, to smoky Mexican Chipotle.

Although smart grilling isn’t yet become a huge hit, some manufacturers are looking into how they can add connected technology to their products in order to reach a wider audience of people who may be afraid of traditional barbeque techniques. One manufacturer uses a combination sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can determine the temperature of the meat’s internal temperature. This could be an invaluable device for anyone who’s ever been burned by undercooked or overcooked meat. This tool also helps reduce the risk of cooking meat undercooked by making sure it’s cooked properly every time.