How To Use Your Grill The Healthy Way
Americans have long loved their grills – and the memories of warm summer days, backyard camaraderie and that charcoal aroma that come with them. They love cooking outside so much, in fact, they’re doing it in more ways than ever before – and looking to take their grills along for parties on the go.
More often, people are heating up the grill for seafood, corn on the cob and stir fry, using accessories like skillets and vegetable baskets. “It’s healthy eating,” says Leslie Wheeler, director of communications for the trade group Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, in Arlington, Va. “You’re not adding oil, you’re not using fat ... and when you add vegetables, it’s a home run.”
Check out these photos for some tips on new grills and for some unconventional grilling ideas.