When starting your BBQ fire, Use common sense, Don’t burn your house or patio down.
Keep your grill well away from your home.
Don’t try to BBQ in the shade of your 100 year old trees, the heat is not good for the tree and sometime you may even set you tree on fire!
Only use charcoal lighter fluid to start the fire in your BBQ grill. (No Gasoline) please.
Along with all that
burned well cooked burgers, hotdogs and steaks add a few special treats in the way of grilled vegetables. Cut your vegetables at least 1/2 inch thick and in sizes that will prevent them from falling through the grill into your BBQ grill fire box.
* Vegetables should be brushed with olive oil or tossed in a bit of olive oil until lightly coated.
* Sprinkle your vegetables with herbs and spices that you like.
* Salt after removing vegetables from your grill. Salting before grilling draws out moisture from your vegetables to quickly.
* Place small vegetables on skewers or use a grilling basket. Larger pieces can be place right on the grill.
* Turn vegetables frequently and brush with additional olive oil to prevent them from drying out and becoming tough.
* Remove vegetables when the skin begins to blister and the middle becomes soft. Take care not to burn your vegetables.
** Different vegetables will take different amounts of time to cook. Plan on grilling vegetables for 5 to 20 minutes.
*** Hint: A vegetable marinade should be mostly oil with lemon or lime juice and your desired seasonings. Watch vegetables on the grill closely to avoid excessive charring.
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Why is common sense so uncommon?
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