June 2010
Grilling on a Dime

Additional options add cost to just about anything and that includes grill options. If you don't plan to buy a grill with all the bells and whistles, consider some of these aftermarket substitutions to save:

Purchase a standard kitchen timer to remind you to shut off the gas and check the meat. This is less expensive than opting for a timer feature on your grill.

Buy a digital cooking thermometer to check the meat temperature instead of a built-in probe.

A good grill pan can take the place of an expensive side burner.

Read other articles from The Walton EMC Gasette:
Meal on the Grill