A Few of Farm Boy's Grilling Tips
* Marinate: long and strong. The best way to work up a good flavor and a tender bite is plenty of acid, oil, and season.
* Fire it up: keep it high. A good 500 degree heat is perfect for sealing in those juices while cooking through it.
* Leave it alone: seriously...walk away. Smashing and constant flipping are a sin. This leaches out the natural juice and flavor leaving your grilling dry and flat. Let the grill mark it and work it..sip tea or something.
* Anything can go in the grill: anything. There are no limits to fire cooked foods. We have made pizzas, veggies, loaf/flat breads and even a few cobblers on the grill. Once you try it, you'll be hooked.
This weekend found our farm boy hard at work with some tasty marinated burgers with whole grain buns and fresh watermelon. Let me just say..the boy can cook...but, how does Daddy feel about this grill takeover? Let's just say, he couldn't answer because he had a mouthful of juicy hamburger.