Grilling Q&A With Food Network Kitchens This Saturday on Facebook

By: Sarah De Heer
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Let's face it: No matter how many times we take to the barbecue every season, we still find ourselves second-guessing the perfect temperature for hamburgers, wondering how to create those perfect grill marks on steak and looking for ways to reinvent classic macaroni and potato salads. Well, Food Network has the ultimate cheat sheet for you this summer season.

Experts from our very own Food Network Kitchens will come together to address these perennial grilling problems on Food Network's Facebook page this Saturday from 12 pm to 12:30 pm EST.

From dry chicken to tips for cooking food over direct and indirect heat, our experts from Food Network Kitchen will be offering helpful solutions and delicious recipes to take you beyond Labor Day.

Do you have a question you need answered? Head to Food Network's Facebook page this Saturday from 12 pm to 12:30 pm EST.

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