Warmer weather means it's time to fire up the grill! Yet before you lay on those hot dogs or rack of ribs, know this: Even if you consider yourself pretty good with your grill, there are certain things you're doing just plain wrong. Curious what mistakes you might be making yourself? Don't panic: Here are eight grilling misfires you can avoid to guarantee good grilling all summer long.
1. Putting the grill up against the house
Always keep your grill at least 10 feet from
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