If You Live in Massachusetts, Read This Before You Grill
If you're a grilling fanatic like I am, then you might want to take a moment to make sure you're not breaking any laws.
I just finished building my back deck and the first thing I couldn't wait to do was grill up some food on it. Although it's borderline safe to do so, it's still breaking a couple of rules and is not advised by the grill safety council of Massachusetts.
There's nothing better than bringing on the weekend with a couple of juicy ribeyes, burgers and hot dogs over an open flame. It's more than just a meal, it's a hobby and an art that can only be mastered with practice.
Any chance I can fire up my Weber, I'm all over it. However, with great power comes great responsibility. I learned that firsthand from Spiderman's Uncle Ben.
According to Mass.Gov, there are eight rules of grilling that tend to get overlooked and I was shocked to see how many I didn't know.
First, if you're not grilling outdoors, you shouldn't be grilling in the first place. Whether you're using propane, wood, or charcoal, here are seven more rules you should be following: