It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when the grills are out in full force and everyone is having a barbecue. There is nothing better than relaxing on a summer night with a beer in one hand and a spatula in the other flipping a burger or steak. I have recently become a fan of using charcoals instead of gas. And while the gas is a lot quicker when it comes to getting the job done, nothing compares to the flavor of cooking in a charcoal grill.
Regardless of what kind of grill you prefer to cook on, be it a charcoal or propane (gas) grill, there is always something that irritates even the greatest of barbecue masters: food sticking to the grill. There always seems to be some remedy, or so people think, to fix this. Whether it is in the prepwork of the meat you are cooking or simply using Pam non-stick spray on the grill. But what if neither one of those was an option for you?
You are have the grilled fired up and rolling and right when you are getting ready to toss the burgers on, you realize that you don’t have anything to keep them from sticking! Have no fear, as I’m sure you have an onion laying around for that person that has to have them on their cheeseburger. The solution is simple now, all you do is cut the onion in half and rub the cut side on the warm grill. Voila! You now have a perfectly non-stick grill to work with and won’t have to worry about your burgers or steaks being ruined (from an aesthetics standpoint).