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Tips for Indoor and Outdoor Grilling


Wanting to learn how to do some outdoor or indoor grilling?  Here are some helpful tips to follow:

  1. A hot grill is your best defense against sticky situations.  Be sure that the grates are piping hot before laying down your food.
  2. Keep a spray bottle of water close by to tame any flare-ups.
  3. To oil your grill without creating a wild fire:  fold up a cotton kitchen towel, lightly dip in vegetable oil, and use your tongs to glide a coat onto the grates.
  4. Barbeque sauces contain sugar that caramelize and then quickly burn.  Try a dry rub in the beginning and then at the end of grilling baste with a thin coating of sauce.
  5. When cooking anything skewered soak the wooden sticks in water first to prevent them from burning.

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