The Ultimate Grilling Guide: Perfect Your Prepping & Cooking

Think grilling is too much of a hassle? Think again. Here's your Ultimate Grilling Guide to show you the quick and easy steps to preparing mess-free, juicy and grill-marked food in the backyard.

Take the Meat's Temperature

Use an Instant-Read Thermometer

Ever try to guess when the meat is done and then end up biting into a partially cooked chicken leg? No more. Get yourself an instant-read thermometer to see the internal temperature of the meat. This Food Safety chart shows the specific temperature required for ground and whole cuts of beef, pork, turkey, chicken and seafood.

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Daphne Oz, Gail Simmons, Jamika Pessoa and their chef friends reveal their favorite cooking hacks for better food. How to caramelize onions faster, get the crispiest fish and easily cut crusty bread. Why you should put baking soda in tomato soup and mayo in your favorite cakes. Plus, Shirely Chung makes DIY Chinese take out scallion pancakes and reveals the best day to go to restaurants and whether you should order one of the daily specials.

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