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Week 4 Winner!

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 29, 2015

Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster with PanCongratulations to Dana Rodriguez! She is the week 4 winner in our Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. Cricket will be receiving a Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster with Pan which we reviewed last week.

Didn’t win? Don’t fret! We will be reviewing and giving away another great grilling accessory from Broil King on Monday (8/31)! Be sure to check back to read the review and enter for your chance to win it.

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REVIEW: Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 24, 2015

 Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster
This is the fourth of five reviews & giveaways we are conducting as part of the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. At the end of this report are all the details of how you can win the item we are field testing this week. Be sure to read the rules.

Broil King Imperial™ Chicken RoasterAnother staple of the Cave people’s menu is our Juicy Beer Can Chicken. We love how a half-full beer can stuffed up the derrière of a pullet slathered in spices can produce some of the tastiest, tenderest, toothsome farm fowl we’ve ever eaten. The outside is crispy and, if you add some wood chips into a smoker box, full of barbecue flavor. While the inside remains juicy, succulent, and scrumptious.

Though, the process of making this delectable dish can be fraught with pitfalls. If you don’t have a beer can chicken stand (which can be a pain in the butt to clean), the whole thing can easily tip over spilling beer into your grill and ruining your main course. You also need to remember to place a drip pan under the bird, or your grill will be filled with renderings and subject to a major flareup, or even full on fire. Plus, removing the can from the bird can be a real challenge, as can cleanly removing the drip pan from the BBQ. That’s where the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster with pan promises to be a major step up in the world of suds-steamed poultry.

When you remove the chicken roaster from the packaging you, once again, immediately notice the solid construction of the heavy-duty stainless steel Broil King seems to utilize in all of the grilling racks, roasters and tools they make. Along with the base pan and beer can holder, you’ll find instructions which include a beer can chicken recipe and a note that this grilling accessory is washable by hand or machine. Of course, we opted for the hand wash option when we were done putting the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster to the test and found that it was easily brought back to a pristine state with warm soapy water and a soft scrub sponge.

Attaching Beer Can Holder To Roasting PanNext, the pan and beer holder must be threaded together. According to some early reviews of this roaster on the Broil King website the screw was prone to snap off if tightened too much. While we feel that those individuals probably tried to lock it down tighter than a lug nut on an Indy car, Broil King claims to have had some manufacturing issues with that part that have now been corrected (they even offered to send them the new version, gratis). To be sure, we tightened it down pretty snug and had no snap off. However, since you will be removing the beer diffuser each time for cleaning, and the bird shouldn’t be spinning in a counter-clockwise rotation while cooking, it really doesn’t need to be overly secured.

One of the things we really like about the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster is the fact that you can pour your brew (or wine, or juice, or …) directly into the diffuser. With all the health concerns these days about aluminum leaching into our bodies, the stainless steel beer holder no longer makes that issue a worry. The venting at the top of the holder also helps disperse the steam more evenly inside of the hen. We used to poke holes into the top half of the beer can to achieve the same result … a step we no longer need to take. That said, because of the heavyweight steel employed, we found it was important to make sure your liquid was at least room temp when added in order to get the steam going in a timely manner. Also, any chicken under 4.5 pounds will probably have some problem fitting over the diffuser. We used a 4.75 pounder here.

Beer Can Chicken in the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken RoasterAnother great feature is being able to load the pan with fresh fruits to ad flavor complexity to your fowl. For our test we added Fuji apple slices and black grapes. The entire thing was easily loaded into our Broil King Baron 440 Grill, which readily could have accommodated another of the loaded 9.5″ square roaster pans over the two center burners – turned off for indirect cooking. A mere 80 minutes later, the chicken was roasted to perfection, easily removed from the grill with the oversized 10 millimeter handles, and then effortlessly separated from the beer holder. It came out so moist and flavorful the Cavekids couldn’t eat it fast enough.

So, if you are a fan of beer can chicken, or would like to give this delectable dish a try, the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster is a grilling tool you will certainly appreciate. The ease it adds to the process, alone, makes it worth the price of admission. Add in the health benefits, eco-friendliness, and amazing results and this Broil King grilling accessory has earned a spot on your BBQ tool roster.

MSRP – $46.95, seen online as low as $42

Cave Club Rating: 5 Clubs
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Cave Club Scale
5 Clubs = The Missing Link
4 Clubs = Rock Solid
3 Clubs = Better Than Sharp Stick
2 Clubs = Not Fully Evolved
1 Club = Should Be Extinct

WANT TO WIN A BROIL KING IMPERIAL™ CHICKEN ROASTER?
This Friday 8/28/2015, one lucky person will win their own sample of the Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster! To enter, you’ll have to read the above review here on the C3 blog and comment below with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT this Thursday 8/27/2015.
Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to this week’s review of the Broil King Q-Lite™. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment below. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!

©2015 Caution: Caveman Cooking/UHearMe, Inc. All rights reserved. This review originally appeared on the Caution: Caveman Cooking blog at http://cavemancooking.net authored by Caveman. This recipe may be shared and reprinted as long as this entire copyright message accompanies it.

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Week 3 Winner!

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 22, 2015

Broil King Rib & Roast RackCongratulations to Cricket Sosa! She is the week 3 winner in our Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. Cricket will be receiving a Broil King Rib & Roast Rack which we reviewed last week.

Didn’t win? Don’t fret! We will be reviewing and giving away another great grilling accessory from Broil King on Monday (8/24)! Be sure to check back to read the review and enter for your chance to win it.

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REVIEW: Broil King Rib & Roast Rack

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 17, 2015

Broil King Rib & Roast Rack
This is the third of five reviews & giveaways we are conducting as part of the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. At the end of this report are all the details of how you can win the item we are field testing this week. Be sure to read the rules.

Broil King Rib & Roast RackOne of our favorite meals in the Cavehold are barbecued ribs. Doesn’t matter if you make them in the smoker, or on the grill with indirect heat and a smoker box, we love ’em! I mean, what could be more Cavemanesque than meat on a bone cooked by smoke and fire, right? So, it should come as no surprise that one of the BBQ tools we chose to review from the Broil King Grilling Accessories collection was their Rib & Roast Rack.

Anyone that has ever tried to cook up some scrumptious ribs with the above mentioned techniques knows that the only limiting factor is the amount of ribs you can “Q” at once. Depending on the size of your grill only one, or two racks if you have 5 or more burners, is the max you can evenly heat indirectly. Even the smaller round or refrigerator style smokers can accommodate two, or three at most. If you are cooking for a large gathering of like-minded carnivorous Neanderthals, that just isn’t enough. And, if you want to grill up, or smoke, something else simultaneously … forget about it!

Uncooked Ribs in Broil King Rib & Roast Rack.Enter the Broil King Rib & Roast Rack. With the ability to stand up 7 racks of ribs in the same area you are cooking one or two racks directly on the grids, this grilling accessory holds the promise to feed your entire clan. Let’s take a look see.

When we removed the rack from the packaging, the first thing we noticed was the solid, heavy duty construction of the stainless steel rack. No worries about the weight of a full seven racks, or a large roast or bird, having an effect on the structural integrity of this Broil King accessory. We also liked the included rib recipe on the enclosed instructions which claim that the rack is indeed machine washable. However, we opted for the hand wash option and found that some warm soapy water and a soft scrub sponge worked well in making the rack look like new after use.

Basting Ribs in the Broil King Rib & Roast RackSpeaking of which, for our field test, we used three half-racks of full pork spare ribs with tips. They readily loaded in, leaving plenty of room for another four full or half racks. Though, we did notice that the thickest end of one of the half-racks would not fit into the center racks on one side of the ribs. Which does leave us wondering if the huge beef ribs some folks prefer would have a fit issue there. Though, they will surely fit into the end spaces of the Broil King Rib & Roast Rack.

We placed a drip pan under the rack (under the grates), heated the Broil King Baron 440 grill until the smoker box started giving up clouds of apple/alder/pecan vapor, and then situated the racked ribs in the center of the grill over two unused burners, along with six large bone-in chicken breasts. The hood temp was kept around 300°F, which smoked and slow roasted the ribs over a 2 hour period. That’s when we opened the grill and basted the ribs before giving them another 12 minutes under the hood. Even while stood up in the rack, the ribs were easily slathered in some Killer BBQ Sauce. The end result was three evenly, perfectly cooked half-racks that were tender and tasty. The Broil King Rib & Roast Rack also made for easy removal of the ribs when they were done.

Could we have gotten similar cooking results without the rack? Sure … if we wanted to have had two separate cooking sessions, as we couldn’t have fit all three of those half-racks and the chicken breasts on the grill with the two outside burners going. Plus, we never needed to open the hood and turn the ribs, as they received even uniform heat across each entire rib rack. So, if you want to perfectly barbecue a bunch of ribs, while making the entire process easier and more efficient, then this is the tool for you. We are marking down slightly for the possible fit issue discussed above. But, that shouldn’t dissuade you from adding this Broil King grilling accessory to your collection, as the thin side of any rack should fit fine. Want to win one? Look below.

MSRP – $47.95, seen online as low as $39

Cave Club Rating: 4.5 Clubs
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Cave Club Scale
5 Clubs = The Missing Link
4 Clubs = Rock Solid
3 Clubs = Better Than Sharp Stick
2 Clubs = Not Fully Evolved
1 Club = Should Be Extinct

WANT TO WIN A BROIL KING RIB & ROAST RACK?
This Friday 8/21/2015, one lucky person will win their own sample of the Broil King Rib & Roast Rack! To enter, you’ll have to read the above review here on the C3 blog and comment below with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT this Thursday 8/20/2015.
Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to this week’s review of the Broil King Q-Lite™. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment below. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! See who won.

©2015 Caution: Caveman Cooking/UHearMe, Inc. All rights reserved. This review originally appeared on the Caution: Caveman Cooking blog at http://cavemancooking.net authored by Caveman. This recipe may be shared and reprinted as long as this entire copyright message accompanies it.

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Week 2 Winner!

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 16, 2015

Broil King Meat ClawsCongratulations to Rachael Bhardwaj! She is the week 2 winner in our Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. Rachael will be receiving a set of Broil King Meat Claws which we reviewed last week.

Didn’t win? Don’t fret! We will be reviewing and giving away another great grilling accessory from Broil King tomorrow! Be sure to check back to read the review and enter for your chance to win it.

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REVIEW: Broil King Meat Claws

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 10, 2015

Broil King Meat Claws
This is the second of five reviews & giveaways we are conducting as part of the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. At the end of this report are all the details of how you can win the item we are field testing this week. Be sure to read the rules.

Broil Kind Meat ClawsThis review is pretty simple: If you make pulled pork, pulled beef, pulled chicken, Carnitas, or any other meat dish that requires shredding said meat, YOU NEED THESE! Broil King scores again!!

Our Dutch Oven R&R Pulled Pork is a Cave clan favorite. Though, it is one of the more labor intensive recipes featured here on C3. Especially when you consider the effort involved in shredding an 8 pound Pork Butt. Until now, that is! Even though a properly cooked pork shoulder will easily fall apart, by the time you are finished shredding (usually 10-15 minutes) using two forks your hands can be quite tired, and even on the verge of cramping.

However, with the Broil King Meat Claws, your shredding time will be reduced by as much as 90%! The 8 pounder below was completely shredded in less than 90 seconds!! Your hands will thank you for the wide ergonomic handles, and large perfectly spaced tines, which contribute to the amazing comfort, as well as the incredible speed factor, of this tool.

When you pull (no pun intended) these meat claws from the package you’ll immediately notice the perfect balancing, and the heavy duty feel, their design imparts. The Broil King Meat Claws also come with a silicone holder/hanging coupler that will allow you to conveniently store them together … nothing worse than trying to find that “missing sock”. Broil King claims that the holder/coupler is heat resistant to 500°F and dishwasher safe! This tool is also accompanied by an information sheet that includes a recipe for Smoked Shredded Pork Barbecue Sandwiches and a claim that the tool itself is also machine washable. Though, we found that they cleaned up very nicely and swiftly by hand with a sponge and some soapy water.

Pulling Pork with Broil King Meat ClawsSo, if you are a shredder and want to get the job done comfortably, quickly, and easily, you need to get your claws on these claws! The Broil King Meat Claws are certainly a tool that should be in every barbecuer’s tool box. While these technically do qualify as a “sharp stick”, they are vastly better and receive our highest “5 Club” rating. Want to win some? Look below.

MSRP – $30, seen online as low as $22

Cave Club Rating: 5 Clubs
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Cave Club Scale
5 Clubs = The Missing Link
4 Clubs = Rock Solid
3 Clubs = Better Than Sharp Stick
2 Clubs = Not Fully Evolved
1 Club = Should Be Extinct

WANT TO WIN SOME BROIL KING MEAT CLAWS?
This Friday 8/14/2015, one lucky person will win their own sample of the Broil King Meat Claws! To enter, you’ll have to read the above review here on the C3 blog and comment below with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT this Thursday 8/13/2015.
Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to this week’s review of the Broil King Q-Lite™. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment below. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! See who won.

©2015 Caution: Caveman Cooking/UHearMe, Inc. All rights reserved. This review originally appeared on the Caution: Caveman Cooking blog at http://cavemancooking.net authored by Caveman. This recipe may be shared and reprinted as long as this entire copyright message accompanies it.

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Week 1 Winner!

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 9, 2015

Broil King Q-Lite™Congratulations to Danielle Magee! She is the week 1 winner in our Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. Danielle will be receiving a Broil King Q-Lite™ which we reviewed last week.

Didn’t win? Don’t fret! We will be reviewing and giving away another great grilling accessory from Broil King tomorrow! Be sure to check back to read the review and enter for your chance to win it.

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REVIEW: Broil King Q-Lite™

Posted by Caveman Cooking on August 3, 2015

Broil King Q-Lite™
This is the first of five reviews & giveaways we will be conducting as part of the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series. At the end of this report are all the details of how you can win the item we are field testing this week. Be sure to read the rules.

Broil King Q-Lite™How many times have you been grilling at night trying to flip a burger or, worse, trying to turn a beef roast or baste some spare ribs with one hand, while trying to wield a flashlight with the other? Not the easiest of tasks. Even if your barbecue or smoker is placed in a well lit area, getting balanced full-field light on the entire cooking area can be difficult at best. Enter the Broil King Q-Lite™ to illuminate your outdoor culinary cooker!

It’s billing claims the five super-bright LED lights are designed to give off ample clean light in order to see your fire-cooked fare no matter what the lighting conditions are. The Q-Lite’s 3-way, 360° pivoting design and four different OEM attachments make it a truly universal tool that will fit your outdoor kitchen no matter what brand or model you may have. Plus, it’s durable, weather-proof body ought to give you years of reliable service. The package even includes the necessary three AA batteries!

Light Unit Clicks-in Securely To AttachmentsLofty goals, to be certain. But, how does it perform in the real world. In a word, flawlessly. Though, let’s not let the entire cat of the bag yet. As you can see, the light and it’s accompanying accessories are neatly packaged. However, upon opening the Broil King Q-Lite™, the one thing we felt was missing was any sort of instructions. Granted, anyone with half a brain should be able to figure out how to unscrew the top of the unit in order to install the batteries, as well as discover which attachment is right for their needs. Yet, we are simple Neanderthals, and feel instructions are always good for those of us with less than 50% cranial capacity.

Once we realized that the adjustable round attachment (which comes with four replacement grippers) was the right choice, we attached the light unit. We were pleased that the two didn’t just slide together but, rather, the light actually clicked-in for a sung secure connection to the attachment. Of course, we tried the connection with the three other attachment possibilities and it firmly clicked-in with those, as well.

The Q-Lite™ Is Ergonomically SizedThe light easily attached to the hood handle of our Broil King Baron 440. The click-adjustable clasp of the round attachment readily tightens to the desired grip level, and is just as effortlessly released to remove or reposition the light. The Q-Lite™ is ergonomically sized for a sleek look while attached to the grill, and placed so as not to interfere with it’s operation. Such as opening and closing the storage doors or grill hood, or turning the burner controls.

We know that all sounds great. However, you are likely wondering how the light actually works. While the Q-Lite only has a single light level output, it is more than enough to give you a clear view of how your meal is doing across the entire cooking surface. With it’s functional positioning options it is simple to have the light placed for optimal field of coverage. The Q-Lite™ Easily Illuminates Entire Grill SurfaceAlthough dark had not set in while we were cooking the test meal for another accessory in the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series, you can clearly see from this after-dark picture that details of the grill grates, and remains of the chicken and ribs we were cooking, are plainly visible. FYI, this photo was taken with our phone’s camera in “Normal” mode with no flash, no ambient light, and absolutely no post-production alterations of any kind. Yeah … the light’s that good!

While we are deducting half a club for the lack of instructions, and the fact that there could be one or two alternate light levels, this Broil King BBQ light is an awesome tool that should be in your grilling accessory arsenal. In fact, once you pop one of these onto your grill, you’ll wonder why you have suffered fumbling for that flashlight and doing the one-handed flip for so long. Even if you’ve perfected or prefer the single-armed grilling game, you’ll now have a hand free for a cold beverage. Uh huh … this Caveman is always thinking! :idea:

MSRP – $32, seen online as low as $17

Cave Club Rating: 4.5 Clubs
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Cave Club Scale
5 Clubs = The Missing Link
4 Clubs = Rock Solid
3 Clubs = Better Than Sharp Stick
2 Clubs = Not Fully Evolved
1 Club = Should Be Extinct

WANT TO WIN A BROIL KING Q-LITE™?
This Friday 8/7/2015, one lucky person will win their own sample of the Broil King Q-Lite™! To enter, you’ll have to read the above review here on the C3 blog and comment below with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT this Thursday 8/6/2015.
Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to this week’s review of the Broil King Q-Lite™. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment below. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! See who won.

©2015 Caution: Caveman Cooking/UHearMe, Inc. All rights reserved. This review originally appeared on the Caution: Caveman Cooking blog at http://cavemancooking.net authored by Caveman. This recipe may be shared and reprinted as long as this entire copyright message accompanies it.

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Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series

Posted by Caveman Cooking on July 29, 2015

Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series ProductsCaution: Caveman Cooking and Broil King are proud to announce the Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series! For the next five weeks, each Monday (starting this coming Monday 8/3/2015) we will review one of Broil King’s fine collection of grilling accessories. On Friday of each week during the series, one lucky person will win their own sample of that week’s accessory!
I know what you’re saying. “Cave! How did this come to be? And, how do I win?” The answer to the first question is that the fine folks at Broil King liked our review of their Baron 440 Grill so much, they asked if we would be willing to review some of their BBQ accouterment. Of course, we were raring to go. But, we thought some of you might like to try them out, too. The BK clan thought that it was an excellent idea.
So, to gain an entry to each week’s giveaway, you’ll have to read the review here on the C3 blog and comment with the words “I WANT ONE” by 11:59:59PM PDT on the Thursday of the week the item is reviewed. Want additional entries? It’s simple! Gain an additional entry when you “Like” Caution: Caveman Cooking on Facebook, and another each when you follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You’ll also gain another entry when you “Like” Broil King on Facebook, and another each when you follow them on Twitter and Instagram. Plus, one more entry by “Sharing” our Facebook link to that week’s review. Of course, if you already like or follow us on those sites you will automatically receive those entries … just let us know your names on those sites in your comment. That’s 8 total entries up for grabs to give you a a better shot of winning. Be sure to read the contest rules.
Good luck!

Week 1 – REVIEW: Broil King Q-Lite™
Week 2 – REVIEW: Broil King Meat Claws
Week 3 – REVIEW: Broil King Rib & Roast Rack
Week 4 – REVIEW: Broil King Imperial™ Chicken Roaster

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Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series Rules

Posted by Caveman Cooking on July 29, 2015

Summer Grilling Review & Receive Series ProductsNo Purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win. A purchase will not improve your chances of winning. You have not yet won. Odds of winning are dependent on number of entries. The sponsors of the sweepstakes are the Caution: Caveman Cooking (C3) website and Broil King© aka ©Onward Manufacturing Company Ltd. (BK) (collectively, the “Sponsors”).
Entries for this contest are only accepted online. To enter, visit http://cavemancooking.net and reply to each week’s post reviewing (one review per week for five [5] consecutive weeks) one of BK’s grilling accessories with the words “I Want One” to receive one “Original Entry” into the grand prize drawing. Additional “Bonus Entries” may be obtained as follows: An additional single (1) entry by following Caution: Caveman Cooking on Twitter, and another single (1) entry by following Broil King on Twitter (must have a valid Twitter account to follow and receive these entries). An additional single (1) entry for following Caution: Caveman Cooking on Instagram, and another single (1) entry by following Broil King on Instagram (must have a valid Instagram account to follow and receive these entries). An additional single (1) entry for giving a “Like” to the Caution: Caveman Cooking page on Facebook, and another single (1) entry by giving a “Like” to the Broil King page on Facebook (must have a valid Facebook account to “Like” and receive these entries). And, an additional single (1) entry for “Sharing” Caution: Caveman Cooking’s Facebook link to that week’s review (must have a valid Facebook account to “Share” and receive this entry). A valid WordPress account, or other WordPress accepted form of login, is required for all entries. You must also provide a valid e-mail address as part of your WordPress sign-in for account verification and all contest-related communications. “Bonus Entries” may only be obtained if the “Original Entry” has been properly completed. There is a maximum of seven (8) entries per entrant, per contest (one “Original Entry”, seven “Bonus Entries”). You must list in your comment/reply all bonus entries you are seeking to qualify for in order for them to be valid for the drawing. Online entries will be deemed to have been submitted by the C3 visitor at time of the entry. Entrant must put all entry methods into ONE single comment/reply … multiple comments/replies will not be accepted!. If multiple comments/replies are submitted, only the first comment/reply will be accepted for entry into the drawing.
The C3 staff will randomly draw the winning entries after the submission period ends. The selection of the winning entries are at the sole discretion of the C3 staff and may change at any time up until an official announcement of the winner is made. When the winner is notified by e-mail, the winner must reply with all contact information requested within three (3) days from the date the notification e-mail was sent, or another winner may be selected. Winner must sign and return an Affidavit of Eligibility and Release of Liability within 3 days of receipt. In the event of noncompliance within 3 days, an alternate winner may be selected. Winner selection is under the supervision of Sponsors, whose decisions are final. Only one (1) winner will be selected for each prize available: Week 1 – Q-Lite, Week 2 – Pork Claws, Week 3 – Rib & Week Roast Rack, 4 – Chicken Roaster With Pan, and Week 5 – Pizza Stone Grill Kit. Once an entrant is chosen for a prize they are immediately ineligible for any other prizes offered in this contest. Only one (1) prize per winner.
Only residents of the 50 United States, District of Columbia, and Canada who are 18 years of age or older are eligible. Employees of Sponsors and members of their immediate families & household members are not eligible. Sweepstakes subject to all federal, state and local laws and is void wherever prohibited by law. Any prize or prize notification returned to Sponsors as undeliverable may result in the awarding of the prize to an alternate winner, which will be the next entrant selected. By acceptance of prize, winner allows use of their name, photograph or other likeness, testimonial and other biographical information for any and all purposes, including, but not limited to, advertising, trade and/or promotion on behalf of Sponsors, without further compensation, unless prohibited by law. Submission of entry constitutes permission for Sponsors to use entrant’s submitted information and photo for marketing and promotion purposes, without any compensation, subject to Sponsors’ privacy policies unless prohibited by law. Winners are solely responsible for any applicable federal, state, or local taxes due as a result of their participation in this contest.
CONSUMER DISCLOSURE
No fee to enter. You have not yet won. You may not enter on this page – you must go to each actual review post in the Summer Grilling Review & Receive series on Caution: Caveman Cooking to enter. Prizes are not transferable or redeemable for cash. Taxes on prizes are winners’ responsibility. Sponsors may substitute a prize of equal or greater value due to unavailability. The entry deadline for this promotion is 11:59:59 PM PDT on the Thursday of the week each review is published. Void where prohibited.

©2015 Caution: Caveman Cooking/UHearMe, Inc. All rights reserved. This originally appeared on the Caution: Caveman Cooking blog at http://cavemancooking.net.

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