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Time to break out the grill for the holiday weekend. What are you going to cook up? We have some suggestions for your 4th of July cookout.
Cooking indoors is costing you money.
It's Labor Day weekend and you might be breaking out the grill for one last summer cookout. But after a long summer of barbecues, your grill might look a little worse for wear. Men's Health Magazine has tips to get the most flavor out of your grill this weekend.
Firing up your barbecue grill costs money, but there are ways to save on those cooking costs.
Food is a central component to many Fourth of July celebrations. And cooking and eating outside in the sunny summer weather is a popular way to enjoy the holiday. But this can mean trouble. Food that sits in the heat too long can be a breeding ground for the bacteria that causes food poisoning.
There's more to a successful cookout than just tossing some burgers and dogs on the grill. Geoff Tracy, owner and operator of Chef Geoff's, LIA'S and Hank's Tavern & Eats, offers some tips for Fourth of July grilling.
Grilling hamburgers and hot dogs for the holiday? Why not add peaches to the mix?
It's not just grillers seeing red with higher beef prices this summer - it's everyone's problem.
It's the official kick-off to a serious grilling season.
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