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Quick Tips for Outdoor Entertaining
Success is in the details. Before your guests arrive, be sure to have checked these basic points off your list:

Yo Go, Grill!
Prepare for your party before you light the grill. Here are a few things you can do in advance:




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  • 4.5in 5.0in 5.5in 6.0in 6.5in 7.0in 7.5in 8.0in 8.5in 9.0in 9.5in 10.0in 10.5in 11.0in 11.5in">Make sure that you have enough propane or charcoal.



  • 4.5in 5.0in 5.5in 6.0in 6.5in 7.0in 7.5in 8.0in 8.5in 9.0in 9.5in 10.0in 10.5in 11.0in 11.5in">If you are using charcoal, invest in a charcoal starter. These simple cylinders eliminate the need for lighter fluid and reduce the wait time before the coals are ready.



  • 4.5in 5.0in 5.5in 6.0in 6.5in 7.0in 7.5in 8.0in 8.5in 9.0in 9.5in 10.0in 10.5in 11.0in 11.5in">For large parties, consider using two grills.



  • 4.5in 5.0in 5.5in 6.0in 6.5in 7.0in 7.5in 8.0in 8.5in 9.0in 9.5in 10.0in 10.5in 11.0in 11.5in">Make sure that the barbecue utensils and platters are within easy reach of the chef and assembled ahead of time. Consider setting up a separate card table to hold sauces, platters and the chef’s beverage.





  • Soak the ground under and around the grill with water to prevent sparks from catching fire.



  • Tape, tack or use clothespins to secure paper and plastic tablecloths and prevent them from blowing away.



  • String lights or hang other decorations.

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