Grilling hotline aims to save your steak - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

Grilling hotline aims to save your steak

Planning on grilling this Independence Day? LongHorn Steakhouse wants to help!

Taking a page out of Butterball's Thanksgiving playbook, the steakhouse announced on Tuesday that they will be opening up the LongHorn Grill Us Hotline from Thursday, July 3 until Sunday, July 6 from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. CDT to answer questions about grilling.

The restaurant will have "certified grill masters" on call to answer burning questions to help take the heat off cookout preparation for the holiday weekend. Experts will be able to help callers choose the best cut of steak, achieve correct grill temperature and use proper handling and seasoning techniques.

LongHorn Steakhouse says the grill masters are from across the country and work every day in LongHorn restaurants or the LongHorn culinary center.

You can contact them via phone, text message, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram:
  • Phone: 1-855-544-7455
  • Text LHGRILL to 40679 (standard texting rates apply)
  • Facebook, Twitter or Instagram at www.Facebook.com/LongHornSteakhouse or on Twitter and Instagram using @LongHornSteaks, and LongHorn experts will answer it in real time. Add the hashtag #GetGrilling to follow the conversation and view others’ questions.

Happy grilling!

Copyright 2014 KLTV. All rights reserved.

  • NewsMore>>

  • Man killed in Longview accident Saturday night identified

    Man killed in Longview accident Saturday night identified

    Sunday, April 22 2018 10:36 AM EDT2018-04-22 14:36:24 GMT
    Longview police have identified the man who died in a crash Saturday night. According to police, Wilbert Hawkins, 58, died after being hit by a car in the 3900 block of West Loop 281. According to reports, Hawkins got out of his car after it stopped working in the inside lane of westbound West Loop 281. Several cars stopped to prevent from hitting Hawkins’ car. A 2015 Nissan Titan, driven by Julio Martinez, 38, of Longview, moved into the turning lane of westbound ...More >>
    Longview police have identified the man who died in a crash Saturday night. According to police, Wilbert Hawkins, 58, died after being hit by a car in the 3900 block of West Loop 281. According to reports, Hawkins got out of his car after it stopped working in the inside lane of westbound West Loop 281. Several cars stopped to prevent from hitting Hawkins’ car. A 2015 Nissan Titan, driven by Julio Martinez, 38, of Longview, moved into the turning lane of westbound ...More >>
  • Longview traffic advisory: Lanes closed on Loop 281

    Longview traffic advisory: Lanes closed on Loop 281

    Saturday, April 21 2018 11:11 PM EDT2018-04-22 03:11:47 GMT
    The Longview Police Department has stated that both north and southbound lanes of West Loop 281 is closed. The road is closed from Cotton to Enterprise has been closed due to an accident. Drivers are urged to use alternate routes if traveling in this area.  Motorists are currently being detoured around this location.   Copyright 2018 KLTV. All rights reserved.More >>
    The Longview Police Department has stated that both north and southbound lanes of West Loop 281 is closed. The road is closed from Cotton to Enterprise has been closed due to an accident. Drivers are urged to use alternate routes if traveling in this area.  Motorists are currently being detoured around this location.   Copyright 2018 KLTV. All rights reserved.More >>
  • Conference brings experts, enthusiasts in all things paranormal to Tyler

    Conference brings experts, enthusiasts in all things paranormal to Tyler

    Saturday, April 21 2018 10:02 PM EDT2018-04-22 02:02:17 GMT
    (Source: KLTV News Staff)(Source: KLTV News Staff)

    Ghost stories and haunted houses have long been a popular past time, but just how much truth is there to the legends? "As Shakespeare said there are more things in heaven and earth then are in your books,” says Big Foot Expert Jeff Hurley. “There are things we don't understand." At the April 21, Paranormal Conference, experts in the subject came together to further explore their theories. 

    More >>

    Ghost stories and haunted houses have long been a popular past time, but just how much truth is there to the legends? "As Shakespeare said there are more things in heaven and earth then are in your books,” says Big Foot Expert Jeff Hurley. “There are things we don't understand." At the April 21, Paranormal Conference, experts in the subject came together to further explore their theories. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly