Warm-weather barbeques should be care-free occassions. You should be in your board shorts, nursing a beer, toasting to a season full of more barbeques. You shouldn't be rushing to the bathroom or, worse, the hospital with a bout of food poisoning because you didn't cook your bison burger all the way through.
Grilling may seem like the simplest form of cooking: just slap on some meat, let it juice up for a bit, flip, and repeat. But there may be some shortcomings in your culinary skills and grill maintenance regimen that could be dangerous. We've outlined the three most common—potentially deadly—mistakes so you can grill with confidence this summer.