Bob KieblerFor almost 30 years, Morton's Steakhouse has served only the finest quality foods, featuring USDA prime-aged beef, fresh fish and seafood, hand-picked produce, delicious appetizers and elegant desserts. Bob Kiebler has been a chef for over 30 years, and during that time has perfected many delicious dishes. Watch today as he shows how to learn the basics of grilling.
Bob Kiebler: Hi I'm Bob Kiebler, chef with Morton's, The Steakhouse. Today I'm going to show you how to prepare your grill for winter and clean it. Now, first of all when you clean the grill, it's easy to clean when warm but it's much safer to clean when it's cold. You take a wire brush. Scrape the racks down. Remove the racks using a puddy knife or whatever you are comfortable with. Remove any of the loose food that you can scrape up from your grill. And wipe the whole grill down. Now, it must be dry for winter times so it doesn't rust. What you need to do is make sure your gas is turned off, unscrew the regulator valve, take the tank off, store it in a safe place, store it outside so you don't have any explosions. And cover your grill with a good quality grill cover. That's to keep it safe through out the winter.