As Memorial Day approaches and smells of charred hot dogs start wafting through residential neighborhoods, people without backyards and proper grills can feel left out. How are you supposed to celebrate summer without crispy sausage? Flame-grilled burgers? Smoky ribs?
Jean-Paul Bourgeois, the executive chef at New York BBQ destination Blue Smoke, knows a thing or two about meat. While firing up the grill seems like the ideal way to cook meat in the summer, Bourgeois has a few workarounds for people who want to achieve that quintessential grilled flavor without using an actual grill. Here are his five tips.
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1. Invest in a quality cast-iron skillet.