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On the Go Grilling
The best part of grilling is that it's not limited to your backyard. Whether you're tailgating or camping, here's everything you need to have the complete grilling experience.
Sanitize your makeshift utensils
There's nothing like cooking franks on a stick over a campfire (sure, you lose a bit of juiciness from the pierced casing, but the experience makes up for it). But before your food gets anywhere near a stick, make sure you hold the stick over the flame for a minute to burn off any bacteria.
Prepare for any condition
When you're out and about, you don't have the luxury of running inside when the weather shifts. Bring sunscreen, bug spray, umbrellas, jackets, and anything else that will help you fight off the elements. Got enough water? Ice? Trash bags? Utensils? A first aid kit? Anything can happen out there, and the better prepared you are, the more fun you'll have.
Coolers aren't just for beer
All meat and vegetables should be packed on ice in coolers until they're ready to go on the grill. That will keep your food from developing any sort of nastiness before you get to your grilling destination.
When in doubt, throw it out
How long has that meat been sitting out in the sun? Is your cooler old enough? If you aren't sure about the safety of your food, the smart thing may be to throw it out. If everyone gets sick, no one will come to your tailgate ever again.
The best part of grilling is that it's not limited to your backyard. Whether you're tailgating or camping, here's what you need to have the complete grilling experience.