Winter grilling…and keeping it cheap

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One of the things that kind of stinks about living in the “land of 4 seasons” is that once the dead of winter hits, you’re less likely to take your keister outside and get down on the grill.  We’ve unfortunately haven’t had the chance to grill like “homeowners” do, so we love to take advantage of our trusty grill pan, in summer and winter.

A grill pan is one of the best investments you can make in the kitchen.  As an apartment dweller, it’s great because it requires much less space than storing a grill, and if you aren’t allowed to grill at your place, this will be the only way you can get that flavor and not have to crash every cook out you hear about.  I was able to get our grill pan (which doubled as a griddle on the other side) for around 8 dollars after coupon. It has gotten lots of uses out of it, whether it’s to get grill marks on our london broils( I thow it right under the broiler after I grill each side) or to grill some marinated chicken breasts for a wonderful grilled chicken salad.

To up the ante on grilling indoors, you have to invest in some liquid smoke. This stuff is like gold to those that love the taste of charcoal on their grilled items, and because it’s concentrated, a little goes a long way. When it comes to being frugal, but attaining the “luxury” of grilling in the winter, liquid smoke provides a cheap way to take you back to summer time with every bite.

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My name is Amiyrah and I'm an an African American fashion & lifestyle blogger based in Ohio.

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