Fire up the grill and get some steaks going. We do a lot of that these days as more and more of us stay home to eat. The only problem with grilling, though, is the clean-up and preparation of the grill. First you scrape and scrape, then you burn off the residue, then you spray Pam on a hot grill and hope for the best.
My son-in law, Brent Ham, says I have been doing it all wrong.
Brent says that the best and easiest way to treat and clean a grill is to turn the grill off after removing the steaks or burgers, then scrape the grill top and the excess food comes right off. When the grill top is cleaned, spray it with the Pam and it will be ready to go next time you cook-out – no more hard scraping, no more spraying on a hot grill, and no more difficult preparation chores.
I tried it. It works. Scrape after cooking, apply cooking spray and you’re ready to rock and roll.