Grilling Out FAQs
Q: What is the simplest grilling out recipe?
A: Probably hot dogs, but chicken and steak are also popular and most often require little time and effort.
Q: How long should I marinade meat before grilling out?
A: It depends on the meat and the marinade, but generally, the longer the better, and preferably overnight in the refrigerator.
Q: I’d like to try grilling out but don’t have a barbeque?
A: Fire pits or rings are a perfect alternative and make grilling out very convenient.
Q: What is a good dessert for grilling out?
A: S’mores of course! Get the recipe here.
Q: What tools are recommended when grilling out?
A: Long metal forks with an easy-to-grip handle.
Q: What’s the best fuel for grilling out?
A: Wood, charcoal, or propane if your grill requires it.
Q: Will oil burn if used when grilling out?
A: Not if you lightly brush it on the grill before grilling out. It might flare up if you wait until the fire is already going.
Q: Is there a “green” way to clean your grill after grilling out?
A: When cool, scrape off excess food left behind, and scrub gently with a little olive oil.
Q: What’s the best way to start a fire for grilling out?
A: Place sand on the bottom so it won’t burn through your fire pit. Use newspaper or seasoned wood to begin the fire. Add wood as the fire continues to burn.
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