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To cook on a hot grill over intense heat. This is a great method for adding a flavorful sear to tender meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables. Prominent grill marks are a sign of a job well done, so foods should be brushed with oil or otherwise marinated to promote clean grill marks and help keep the food from sticking.
Grilling is one of the most popular cooking methods across the US, at restaurants and backyards alike. Properly executed, it is a fast, healthy technique that makes flavorful food. And overall, Americans are pretty good at it! Backyard grilling has the flexibility to employ propane, natural gas, charwood, charcoal and hardwoods that impart different flavors and levels of heat control. Auxiliary cookware and interest have made it possible to expand your grilling beyond burgers and chicken to include any vegetable, whole roasts, fish, shellfish, pizzas and flatbreads.
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