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How to Get Your Propane Grill Ready for Summer

Grill pros and novices alike, take your skills up a level this summer and impress your family and friends with new recipes for the propane grill inspired by acclaimed chefs Bryan and Michael Voltaggio.

Catch them on their new show, Battle of the Brothers, streaming on discovery + June 17.

Whether you’re in the mood for pizza, BBQ short ribs, dessert, or a shrimp boil, you can do it all on a propane grill, and Bryan and Michael show you how.

Check out their recipes and videos here!

Voltaggio Brothers meal for the propane grill

A meal made by one of the Voltaggio brothers on the propane grill.

For Memorial Day, the brothers share some tips and tricks for optimizing your grill.

Before you get cooking, follow these grilling safety tips:

  1. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions — Whether it’s assembly, use, maintenance, cleaning, or storage, make your grill manufacturer’s instructions your go-to resource.
  2. Position the grill in a safe location — Keep your grill outdoors and at least five feet from the house on a level surface that is clear of outdoor furniture, overhead trees, or other potential fire hazards.
  3. Check for leaks — Use a soapy water solution to check connections for leaks. Expanding bubbles indicate a leak. Follow this procedure every time you replace a cylinder.
  4. Follow proper lighting procedures — Follow the manufacturer’s lighting instructions, and with all grill models, keep the lid open and don’t lean over the grill when lighting it.
  5. Follow proper relighting procedures — If your flame goes out, turn off the gas and refer to your owner’s manual. At a minimum, with all grill models, keep the lid open and wait at least 15 minutes before relighting.
  6. Be present — Stay close and never leave your grill unattended.

Chef-inspired family meals from the Voltaggio brothers.