Grill Safety—Tips to Keep the Focus on Texas Brisket
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Grill Safety—Tips to Keep the Focus on Texas Brisket

It’s well-known that, traditionally, BBQ in Texas means one thing: brisket. That tough piece of beef is almost avoided altogether by other styles of barbecue, but in Texas, a nice tangy rub combined with eight to 10 hours in the smoker turns that cut of meat into a flavor fiesta.… Allstate https://blog.allstate.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Grill-Safety1.jpg
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It’s well-known that, traditionally, BBQ in Texas means one thing: brisket. That tough piece of beef is almost avoided altogether by other styles of barbecue, but in Texas, a nice tangy rub combined with eight to 10 hours in the smoker turns that cut of meat into a flavor fiesta.

Even if you prefer pulled pork or simply grilled hot dogs and burgers (maybe even vegetables!), proper grill safety is key to keeping your backyard bashes as safe as possible. Below, our infographic provides some basic grilling tips and outlines common pitfalls that can be avoided by employing simple grill safety.

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