It’s the Fifth of July, and for Grillaholics who are reading this right now, that probably means two things.
- You successfully managed to survive yet another Fourth of July without blowing yourself up with fireworks. (Congrats!)
- You greatly overestimated the number of people who would show up to your Fourth of July party and your refrigerator is now overflowing with every variety of barbecue imaginable.
If this latter description sounds like you, there’s nothing to be ashamed of. As Grillaholics, we have a bad habit of going a bit overboard when it comes to grilling (I personally think it’s a GOOD habit), and on the Fourth of July, the king of grilling holidays, this is even more true.
If you are struggling to figure out what exactly to do with all of that leftover barbecue, then fear not. Many people will offer tons of ideas for repurposing old barbecue into something else.
Some will suggest turning extra hamburger and hotdog buns into croutons for salads.
Others recommend grinding up leftover hamburgers to use as ground beef for chili.
But at Grillaholics, we have a solution that is MUCH SIMPLER, and that is GUARANTEED to make all of that barbecue disappear.
It’s barbecue for Christ’s sake.
We hope you all had a great Fourth of July. We love hearing from you, so let us know what you grilled for Independence Day on our Facebook page, and as always, cheers to being a Grillaholic.