For many people a barbecue in the garden or on the balcony is one of the highlights of summer. And since grilling needs less fat than frying, it can also be very good for your health. Remember it doesn’t always have to be meat: barbecuing also gives vegetables and fruit an extra-special flavour.
But there is a potential downside: the danger of burning or otherwise injuring yourself, or the risk of getting ill from bacteria if meat isn’t stored, prepared or cooked properly. But a few simple tips will keep you on the safe side: