I don’t know about you but grilling for the longest time was intimidating for me. I would break out in a cold sweat just from having to light the grill and the possibly of blowing my eyebrows clean off in the process.
Then there was my worry of serving my guests burned/overcooked food or worse, undercooked food and making everyone sick. Needless to say, grilling can be a bit overwhelming — especially when you’re hosting a big crowd.
Before you fire up the grill for your next summer backyard bbq keep these Summer Grilling Tips in mind from the grilling pros at Buzz Feed.
12 Summer Grilling Tips From The Pros
Invest In A Thermometer
A thermometer is your best friend when grilling. A thermometer will not only help you avoid under-cooking foods, but it will also help you make sure you don’t overcook your food. A digital leave-in thermometer is perfect as it lets you check the temperature without lifting the grill lid.
Stop Poking Holes In Your Stakes
Poking holes in steaks while they’re still hot will cause the juices to leak out, thus making your steak drier. For the juiciest steak, avoid the poke-and-turn method and stick to a gentle tong flip.
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