11 Grilling Hacks to Try Before Summer Ends

These smart party tricks will heat up your next barbecue in no time


Of course you knew that your trusty Foreman is just the thing for ice and drinks. But if you've made a cooked dish like brisket or pulled pork in advance, you can use that double-walled insulation to your advantage and hack your cooler into a meat warmer. Website the Virtual Weber Bullet has a handy, step-by-step tutorial on how to do it. The most important tip? Use a probe thermometer with a long wire so the temperature can be monitored from outside the ice chest; for safety reasons, meat should remain above 140 degrees Fahrenheit until you're ready to serve it.