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Grill CookingTips
By Emma Snow

Add some extra flavor to your grilled foods:

Tip #1
Using marinades or brushing sauces on the sausages will easily add a gourmet flavor. Brush the sauce on during the last quarter of barbecuing time.

Tip #2
For a delicious change, lay whole sage leaves, mint of bay leaves on the sausage, on the grill, or even skewered between chunks of sausage.

Tip #3
Never add salt until meat is cooked, as salt draws out the moisture, causing Pork to become dry and tough.

Tip #4
Grill using direct heat over low to medium coals.

Tip #5
Grill meat at low temperatures, and flip frequently to avoid charring.

Tip #6
Use charcoal lighter fluid to light new coals only; don't use it on coals that are already lit.

Tip #7
Burgers should always be cooked to well done.

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Emma Snow is contributing author and publisher to an on nline resource that provides you with information, articles of interest related to barbecues.

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