The Saturday Evening Post

GRILL AND CHILL

Nothing says summer quite like f ir ing up the gr ill and dining outside — it’s something I wait all year to do! To pull off fun-filled, hassle-free outdoor dinner, my mantra has always been to get as much done as you can in advance. Get the grill ready so it can become your outdoor cooktop all summer long. Set the outdoor table, prepare the BBQ sauce, and then form the burger patties and place them in the fridge until you’re ready to grill. Keep

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