Five grilling tips: Don't make these grilling mistakes on Memorial Day
Inexperienced or impatient grillers will throw their meat on the grill before it has reached the appropriate temperature. For grillers that cook by the clock, this can pose a problem, resulting in undercooked food. Oftentimes, cookouts are a juggling ...
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(MEDIA GENERAL) – Memorial Day is the unofficial start of grilling season. And though your trusty grill likely will get a workout over the course of a fun-filled summer, Memorial Day is one of the days where it simply must perform. Grilling pros have reached out to deliver these helpful tips for a Memorial Day meal everyone will remember – for all the right reasons. In 2013, Cooking Light created a list of the most common grilling mistakes. Don’t grill directly over a flame Grilling directly over a flame only becomes a mistake when you’re not paying attention. “There are all types of grilling, so this really depends on what you’re cooking. For fish or meats where you want a quick sear or char on the outside and leave the inside rare (like a flank steak), grilling over a flame may be the way to go,” Matt Ramey, grillmaster and proprietor of Pine Shed Ribs in Lake Oswego, Oregon, said. Make sure the grill gets time to warm up Inexperienced or impatient grillers will throw their meat on the grill before it has reached the appropriate temperature. For grillers that cook by the clock, this can pose a problem, resulting in undercooked food.
The new ruggedized XP6 Android-powered LTE smartphone from Sonim is now available from AT&T, giving customers another option in the world of ruggedized devices that are built to survive in extremely harsh work environments. 21, AT&T said the XP6 will sell for $149. 99 under a two-year contract or for $524. 99 with no contract. The phone will also be available on AT&T's monthly no-money-down Next payment plans that range from 20 months at $26. 25 per month to 30 months for $21. 88 per month. Business and government customers can get the new phone for $99. 99 with AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) under a two-year contract. The Sonim XP6's 2. 64-inch touch-screen display was designed to be clearly viewed outdoors in direct sunlight and can be manipulated by a user wearing work gloves, according to AT&T. The smartphone is 5. 39 inches tall, 2. 54 inches wide and 0. 81 inches thick, while weighing 9. 52 ounces. "When people talk about working smarter not harder, they think of the person working behind a desk, not the ones delivering a load of concrete or loading cargo on a flight," Tom Burton, the general manager of device maker Sonim, said in a statement.