Barbecue Safety

Posted Jun 8th, 2015 in Cooking

Barbecue Safety

Barbecues and fires - what you should know


Nothing can ruin a family barbecue faster than a fire in your barbecue - so much for dinner!  Before you start barbecuing, be sure to check the grease drip can. If it is more than half full, empty it to ensure a fire doesn't start here. 


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