Lawry's "Get Grilling Kit" Giveaway


{This giveaway has now ended. Congrats to #329 kngmckeller} There's only a few short weeks of summer left, and that means a few short weeks left for prime grilling! My Blog Spark recently sent me a the Lawry's "Get Grilling Kit" and have offered to share one with a Suburban Jungle reader as well.

We recently learned the value of marinating before grilling and it has transformed our grilling experience! The Lawry's Grilling kit contains:

(1) 9x13 Pyrex pan (aka the marinating dish)
a set of skewers
Lawry's Tuscan Sun-dried Tomato marinade
Lawry's Szechuan Sweet & Sour BBQ marinade

In the past, we've gravitated toward "safe" marinades but these were awesome! We didn't get super creative and used them for chicken, but they were amazing. If you want to try out some wild and really creative combinations check out the Grilling Flavor Forecast.

To Enter to win the Lawry's "Get Grilling Kit": Share your best grilling tip in the comments below.

Extra Entries:
(5) Extra Entries for blogging about this contest
(3) Extra Entries for tweeting about this contest (be sure to include @suburbanjung, 1 extra for daily tweets)
(2) Extra Entries for following along on google friend connect
(2) Extra Entries for following @suburbanjung on twitter
(1) Extra Entry if you've got a tip for "eating ice cream responsibly"

This contest will end on August 12, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. The winner will be selected by random.org and contacted via email. This contest is open to all US and Canadian residents 18 years and older.

Lawry's provided me with the information and "get grilling kits" for this review and giveaway through Myblogspark.com

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Anonymous said...

marinate marinate marinate


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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

ray the grill with pam before starting

courtney88 said...

When I do grilled potatoes in the foil pack I always spray the foil... Yummy :)

janetfaye said...

I marinate Chicken Breasts in Olive Oil, Lemon Juice and Oregano before grilling.

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Anonymous said...

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scottsgal said...

tenderize the meat and slow cook it
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tip for eating ice cream - eat lots of it!
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drmomof2 said...

I actually get the grill heated up, then take tongs holding a papertowel that has been soaked with olive oil and rub it all over the grill.

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Anonymous said...

I enjoy marinating my vegetables (& pineapple!) at least two hours before grilling them!

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lmurley2000 said...

my tip is cook slow and lots of sauce

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traci smith said...

mine is make sure the coals are hot, i learned this the hard way lol,

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Steph said...

Don't use to much sugar in your dry rub. It will cause the meat to caramlize and burn.

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traci smith said...

is there a way to eat ice cream responsibly? lol best tip i have is to buy the little cups, that way you dont eat a ton of ice cream!!

llinda29 said...

always put the sauce on last

Michele P. said...

if you are using wood to season your meat, make sure that you read up as to what type of wood you want to use. There are several types that should never be used, and some that are easier to use than others. Plus, the taste is different with different woods used. We like to use mesquite, although it is one of the harder ones to use.

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Michele P. said...

I like to buy the smaller cups of ice cream or low fat ice cream-also frozen yogurt and fruit pops are just as good. There are some really good low calorie treats out there right now-and eating one of those satisfies my cravings.

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Denise S. said...

My best grilling tip is to marinate the meat overnight for best flavor.

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melsywsou said...

spray the grill with cooking spray

Ashley said...

My best grilling tip is to let my husband do it :)

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nick said...

soak ribs in beer overnite

Busy Working Mama said...

i marinade overnight for best flavor

Busy Working Mama said...

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cpullum said...

saeason meat for 24 hours!!
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rainmommy said...

I would say being able to control the heat and dont ever put your sauce on until the end otherwise it will burn.
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Alicia said...

My tip is to let someone else do the grilling.

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mmentor said...

please and thank you

delphiandreams said...

Don't be afraid to grill fruit! It adds so much flavor with the meat!

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Anonymous said...

When grilling ribs - boil ribs for an hour first and then marinate as long as possible in Diana's BBQ sauce...yummy!

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pansy said...

When I am worried about not cooking things enough I precook and then use the BBQ to reheat and flavor the food.

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Brenda said...

Try grilling something different like grilling salmon instead of steak or hamburger.

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Deborah said...

When we fire up the grill, we like to use all the space we can so we grill potato packets and veggies as well as meat - and if we're having fruit for dessert, we'll often give that a taste of the grill too - my tip is use your grill's energy to the fullest extent possible. asthenight at gmail dot com

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Deborah said...

My tip for "eating ice cream responsibly": you must eat it all...to prevent waste, of course!

409cope said...

I use a meat thermometer to ensure that the meat is cooked right through.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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409cope said...

Who wants to eat ice cream responsibily? If you put ice cream in a cone you tend not to eat as much as in a bowl.

Anonymous said...

always marinade, but beef can be left longer than chicken or seafood.
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k.a. said...

Eating ice cream responsibly means using a spoon AND a straw to gt evry last drop and drip!!

SueZH said...

I am horrible at burning things so my best tip is keeping an eye on the food.

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Min K said...

my tip - marinate

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Lisa K said...

Best tip is to keep things in the front of the burner.

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rose said...

Sweet corn fresh from the garden is the best on the grill

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intensev5 said...

My best grilling tip -- let the husband do the grilling:) Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway

intensev5 said...

eating ice cream responsibly: there are lots of healthier lower fat versions of ice cream that are extremely tasty. Ex. Skinny cow bars, frozen yoghurt, etc.. go for these instead.

katycouponer said...

marinate for at least 8 hours to get the best flavor!

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Jessica-MomForHim said...

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tip for ice cream: buy smaller portions and then split them in half (if you must)

Tarah said...

Slow & steady wins the race, don't over heat thus resulting in over cooking your meat!

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snowluvnferret said...

Tip: No need to "overseason" the meat. A simple marinade and some spices do the trick

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nadine said...

Lots of butter in the veggie pack!! yum!!

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Anonymous said...

Always marinate at least 5 hrs before (overnight is even better) and always use fresh garlic (preferably blended) to really give your meat great flavor.

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Christine said...

If you marinate with sirachi absolutely do nt leave it to marinate overnight and grill anything with a modicum of chili seeds outsde.

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theresa said...

Marinate, and take your time grilling. Less char, more flavor!

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APachuta said...

My grilling tip is to have the water bottle handy, because we have been known to have some tiny fires! :)
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My best tip to eating ice cream sensibly is to get just a little and then walk away from the freezer. I generally can stop after eating the smaller portion, just because I have to get back up to get more!!!
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April said...

Never turn the meet!

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Jay said...

My best tip is grill some fruit and serve it a la mode.
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Kathryn said...

Tomato and/or sugar based BBQ sauces should be added only at the end of the grilling process, since these products will burn easily and are seldom considered an internal meat flavoring.

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barbara.montyj said...

Best grilling tip - Marinate in Italian dressing.
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Eating ice cream responsibly?
I buy the small sizes so I don't hog out!

Anonymous said...

Cut a few random slits in meat before marinating so flavor soaks in even more.
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marinate the night before :)
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Jenn S. said...

The longer you marinate the more flavorful it will be.

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Linda said...

I always tenderize the meat befor grilling.
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jakiesmom said...

the best tip in my house is not to let my husband near the grill..he has no idea what he is doing..wait for family/friends to come be the grill masters
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Doodlebug's Mommy said...

DH rubs an onion on the hot grill to clean it.

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Natalie A. said...

I like this new thing of putting hamburger patties in marinade and then grilling them! Delicious! Thanks!

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susitravl said...

My best grilling tip - invite my husband to your house and have him grill. Everything he makes is fantastic. There is only one thing I grill and that's zucchini sliced lengthwise, brushed with a little olive oil and lemon pepper - it's delicious.

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