Let's remember that where there is fire, we must always exercise the need for caution. This safety message us for everyone, those of us just getting into grilling and those "seasoned" pros. Take a few minutes to review these grilling safety tips to protect yourself, family and friends when grilling food.
Here's my recipe that our family will be getting ready to put on the grill, Parmesan Crusted Grilled New York Pork Chops, another simple dish that the whole family will enjoy.
* Brush pork chops with olive oil.
* Prepare a medium-heat fire in grill.
* Remove pork chops from the grill and let permeate for 3 minutes.
- Always remember that charcoal and propane grills should only be used outdoors located a safe distance away from the house, deck or patio. Clear away any tree branches or grasses that are within close proximity.
- When using starter fluid, use only charcoal starter fluid without adding any other flammable liquids to the fire or hot coals.
- Keep charcoal starter fluid stored away from any heat sources.
- When using an electric coal starter, use an appropriate extension cord for outdoor use.
- Always inspect the propane tank hose for any leaks before use. To check for leaks, turn on the propane tank, and apply a light soap and water solution to the hose, any propane leaks will release bubbles.
- If a leak is discovered, turn the tank and grill off to have the grill serviced by a professional before use. If concerned about a leak or grill safety, clear the area near the grill and contact the local fire department.
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