What are you putting on your grill this weekend?
Same old, same old? And are those familiar family recipes less than diabetes-friendly? Well, let us help you with some BBQ makeover.
Here's a great collection of simple, delicious recipes for the grill, from burgers and chicken to kabobs, rubs, and marinades. Plus, get important barbecue tips to keep your family safe.
Then, go check the level of gas in the propane tank (or the charcoal in the bag) and enjoy!
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