You know it's the Fourth of July when local car dealerships give you prices so low you'll think they're CRAZY, or when highway fireworks pop-up shops start appearing out of nowhere. And although low, low prices on autos and colorful packets of gunpowder are July 4th staples, it's not an Independence Day without a good old cookout.
And grilling may seem like a pretty straight-forward venture, and that's because it is. You throw some food on the fire and periodically check on it to make sure it isn't burned. Simple.
Unless you're these people. Then it's not so simple.