5 Grilling mistakes that are bad for your health
Grilling is absolutely one of my favorite parts of summer. When the weather is warm and I can get outside, I tend to grill just about anything I can get my hands on: pineapple and mangoes for dessert, sofrito grilled bread for family gatherings, rum-soaked fruit skewers just because, chili-lime vegetarian tacos for dinner, Latin burgers and anything else I can think of.
Grilling isn't ALL fun and games, though. There are some mistakes you can make—mistakes that can actually be quite bad for your health, according to a new report from the Boston Globe. What are those mistakes, you ask? Take a look at our easy grilling mistakes guide to make sure that, when you're feeding your family from the grill, you're making all the right choices.
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2. Thinking burnt on the outside means cooked on the inside
Avoid food poisoning by making sure that your burgers, steaks and chicken are cooked to 160 degrees F on the inside with a meat thermometer. Otherwise, cut open the flesh and make sure there's no pink left.