Do You Grill?

It can be a noun and a verb. Summer seems to be Grill season although I know people who Grill year round. Even in the snow.

I don’t own a grill but when I saw this Grill display I thought it could be a blog post.

If you answer yes, what do you like to grill?

Do you grill?

18 thoughts on “Do You Grill?

  1. Yes. Both charcoal and natural gas grill. Prefer charcoal but gas is much easier. Mostly burgers and chicken. Nothing too sophisticated.

  2. I used to enjoy grilled meats, but not any longer because I had pancreatic cancer in 2016. I had a cancerous tumor (about the size of an egg) in my intestinal tract, and I had so-called “Whipple” surgery (pancreaticoduodenectomy) to have the tumor removed. I was hospitalized for 9 days. Yes, NINE DAYS! The surgery was successful, and I stopped eating grilled meat at that time because there is an enormous amount of scientific evidence that grilled meats cause cancer:
    “When cooking over high heat, especially an open flame, you are exposed to two main carcinogens: heterocyclic aromatic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Studies show HCAs and PAHs cause changes in DNA that may increase the risk of cancer.”
    I can’t prove scientifically that grilled meats caused my tumor, but I don’t want to go through any more “Whipple” surgeries. The surgeon and hospital did a great job, and no doubt saved my life, but it was painful and VERY unpleasant. Most people live for only five years after Whipple surgery, but I have been lucky enough to have lived for seven years, and I’m exceptionally healthy for my age, according to my doctor. I’m now a vegetarian. Thank you, but no more grilled meat for meat for me.,increase%20the%20risk%20of%20cancer.

  3. That’s a whole lot of grills. Randy grills nearly every weekend, no matter the weather. Not even sub zero Minnesota winter temps will stop him. He uses a charcoal Weber grill. I so appreciate his grilling talents.

  4. We do grill and not just in the summer. When I say “we” I mean my husband grills and I eat it with him. 😉 He does steaks, pork loins, pork chops, chicken and even vegetables on the gas grill.

  5. We grill so much here at Glover Gardens that my husband’s nickname is The Grill-Meister. I think our favorite is honey-chipotle plank-grilled salmon.

    In other news, I just learned today in another blog about the difference between grilling and barbecuing: grilling being fast and hot, and barbecuing being lower and slower. Who knew?

  6. My husband and I own a grill, but we haven’t used it in at least 10 years (probably more), so I now have a free grill for anyone who wants one. 🙂

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