When someone invites you over for a cook-out, what do you immediately think of? Perhaps it’s burgers, brats or hot dogs? This year the most popular meats are high in protein and deliciousness: hamburgers, steak, hot dogs and chicken, in that order.
When we're ready to venture out and cook up some of that fabulous meat we learned that most people are doing it on the Fourth of July, Memorial Day and Labor Day, the country’s top grilling holidays.
Whether you’re doing it on a holiday or not, it's time to kick back outside this summer, hang out with family and friends while enjoying some delicious food off the grill. What type of grill-guru are you though? Do you think you could be that neighbor who eats 68 hotdogs in 10 minutes?
Or maybe you're the house on the block with the 777 pound hamburger? 7 out of 10 people who grill think they're better than average at it. So how do you stack up?
Do you think that the people who grill for you are that good or are their ideas of their grilling capabilities over-inflated?
Abt, the electronics and appliances store in Chicago, has put together an infographic that answers all of those questions and quite a few more. This infographic not only covers some crazy grill-related statistics but also some of the main points of grilling: who does the grilling, who thinks they’re best at grilling, what type of grill people are using, and some cool things people incorporate into their grilling – hopefully it’s not the emergency room!!