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Restaurants are getting back to normal after a year of coronavirus lockdowns, but that's no reason to forget about delicious (and less expensive) backyard grilling. Most frugal cooks know the basics. For carnivores, they involve cheap but tasty meats and DIY barbecue sauce and rubs. For vegetarians, it's all about the glory of grilled vegetables, seasoned with a dab of olive oil, salt and pepper, and maybe a squirt of lemon. And who doesn't love a low-cost grilled dessert? Even if you shy away from outdoor cooking because of the perceived fuss and expense, these simple barbecue tips should get the fires burning.
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