As Fathers' Day approaches, Dad is probably looking forward to a day of rest, and maybe a couple of cold beers as he fires up the grill.
But not so fast. Here's a grilling danger that you probably haven't considered.
It has nothing to do with food poisoning, burns, or explosions.
As Memorial Day kicks off summer we all begin to plan our outdoor activities. For a lot of people it's the official beginning of grilling season. I grill through out the year even when there's snow on the ground. I still screw it up once in a while.
Grilling can be fun and also very funny to watch. Take a look at these very funny grilling mishaps.
With summer comes good times, friends and barbeques. Your only worries are the mosquito's and the summer sun, right?
Not so fast. Some research suggests that cooking meats at high temperatures, as grills often do, creates chemicals that may potentially increase your cancer risk. So, the American Cancer Society offers some grilling guidelines to help reduce your cancer risk.