It’s not often we get together with the whole family. Our schedules are a bit crazy these days. The hubs loves to grill and so does uncle so together they created quite the feast for the family. I gave them one condition we must try out the supply of Reynolds Wrap that was sent to us.
We use Reynolds wrap all the time but never for grilling. We’ve used it for all baking purposes and covering foods but that’s it. When I learned a few new tips from Reynolds Wrap and received the Grilling wrap I was a bit mind boggled. Why would I need foil for the grill?
Here are a few of the tips I learned:
Tip #1: Before you get your grill on, make sure you line your charcoal grill with Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil to prevent your food from sticking and for easier cleanup. Now, if you or your guests have a taste for corn on the cob on the grill and want to avoid having black particles on your teeth from burnt corn, then include Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Foil in the preparation process. Wrap your corn on the cob with the foil, place it on the grill and enjoy the rich flavor without the burnt taste.
Tip #2: After you wrap up your grilling, make sure you send off your guests with some tasty leftovers they can enjoy for lunch the next day. To help avoid never seeing your favorite dish or plate, package their food in Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Foil.
Tip #3: Finally, utilize all of the Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil you used for your prepping to clean your grill. By crumpling the used foil you can avoid using brushes and scouring pads. Happy Grilling!
End of summer BBQ menu
On the Grill:
Teriyaki Beef Kabob
The feast was delicious and the cleanup even easier!Reynolds Wrap made grilling easier and less of a mess. The hubs and uncle were actually able to join us at the table while we all ate and our food wasn’t burned (total inside joke)
Everyone was happy but I think Little Man and Little Lady were the happiest. Their food was gone before I could snap a picture. I’m gonna take that as a successful summer ending BBQ.
What are you go to grilling foods?
Do you use Reynolds Wrap on the grill?