3 Texas Fall Grilling Season Tips
This past weekend, the football season kicked off and my team lost in heartbreaking fashion. Instead of walking around the rest of the day feeling down, I decided to cheer myself up and do something I haven't done in awhile: LIGHT THE GRILL!
Now grilling season for me is year round, but I especially like the fall. Texas falls don't last long, you know that short period between October and November where temps range from 100 to 40 degrees, yeah that's fall here. But with football and fairs going on, its the best time to throw some meat over some fire and chill.
I find grilling to be a relaxing exercise, despite the fact that I pace around nervously like a mad man for some strange reason. I'm not a pit master or a grill master for that matter but I'm not wack either, I'd like to believe my grilling game is on point. But I'm aware there are folks out there who have issues, so let me help you out, here are just 3 of my grilling tips (the game is to be sold, not to be told, that's why you're only getting THREE!)