Get Grilling and Tailgating Tips from LongHorn Grill Masters This Labor Day

Get Grilling and Tailgating Tips from LongHorn Grill Masters This Labor Day



I cannot believe it is nearly Labor Day already! While I love fall, I am going to miss so much about summer! Here is some good news, though. Longhorn wants to help you grill your best this Labor Day weekend. Ever wonder how to get great diamond marks on your steak or how to season your meat perfectly? LongHorn Steakhouse is here to help. This Labor Day weekend, LongHorn is bringing back its Grill Us Hotline to ensure holiday grill-outs are a success.

On Sunday, September 4, LongHorn Grill Masters will be available via the Hotline to provide advice for every step of the grilling process—from cleaning your grill to getting great diamond marks. For those who prefer to text, LongHorn will also provide grilling tips, recipes and how-to demonstration videos via text anytime throughout the entire summer! Here are a few details:

  • Phone: Dial 1-855-LH-GRILL (1-855-544-7455) to be connected to a Grill Master on Sunday, September 4 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.
  • Text: Text GRILL to 55702 to get expert grilling tips and recipes as well as how-to demonstration videos through September 5. (Up to 2 msgs per month. Text HELP for help or STOP to end. Message & data rates may apply. Messages may be sent from 55702 using auto-dial system. Consent not required to purchase property, goods, services).
  • Social: Visit Longhorn on Facebook and Twitter for more expert grilling tips and tricks

Tailgating Tips from Longhorn

  • Prep whatever you can the day before.  For example, skewer the meat, slice the vegetables and pack your car.
  • Before you get started, prep the grill surface. Ensure your grill is hot (500°F) and cleaned with a wire brush. Place your hand 3 inches above the grates, and if you need to pull away before you count to 3, it’s ready to start grilling!
  • Boldly season. Don’t be shy when seasoning your steak! Try “The Big 4” – salt, pepper, granulated onion powder and garlic powder – coat both sides of the steak well.
  • Make sure you let your steaks rest for 2-3 minutes before serving. This will allow the juices to settle back into the meat, resulting in optimal flavor.
  • Don’t forget to turn the grill off when you leave your tailgate to go into the game!  Turn the gas off or cool and dump the charcoals in an appropriate receptacle—a metal bucket will work.image012

Please note, I received a gift card from LongHorn for this blog post. All opinions are my own.

About Janice

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  1. Pamela W. says:

    Longhorns is my one of my favorite steakhouses and that corn pictured almost made me bite my phone! Yummmm-O!

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