Penny Pinching for Your Summer BBQ
Summer barbeques are a great way to gather around your loved ones, talk about you’re favorite past times and share some funny stories. However, one of the most stressful parts of a barbeque is hosting and budgeting for that event. Here are some ways to cut down on the stress and budget appropriately for your barbeque:
- Get to know your butcher – if your looking for when your favorite cuts of meat will go on sale make friends with the people behind the butcher counter. They will definitely know all the good sales. Another pro to building that relationship is they will also know which cuts have a great price, but that aren’t as popular.
- Invest in a quality grill – you don’t need to get one with all the bells and whistles, but you also want to make sure you wont have one that quits on you in two years. Go for a bigger grill surface if you barbeque a lot, and enough space to multi-task. Make sure that it is built well too; you don’t want a grill tipping over or crashing.
- Take good care of your grill – if your going to invest in a grill, you want it to last as long as possible, so make sure that maintenance is a priority. Before and after use make sure you are cleaning it thoroughly. Get rid of the ashes and oil the grate before and after each time you cook.
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