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Subscribers get meaty lessons at Grilling University

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  • Daily Herald subscribers learn about grilling at an event Friday at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights.

       Daily Herald subscribers learn about grilling at an event Friday at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Roxana Mayer, vice president of sales at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights, shows Daily Herald subscribers tips and tricks for grilling their favorite foods -- including skirt steak and sausage -- on a infrared gas grill.

       Roxana Mayer, vice president of sales at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights, shows Daily Herald subscribers tips and tricks for grilling their favorite foods -- including skirt steak and sausage -- on a infrared gas grill.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Roxana Mayer, vice-president of sales at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights, shows Daily Herald subscribers tips and tricks for grilling their favorite foods -- including skirt steak and sausage -- on a infrared gas grill.

       Roxana Mayer, vice-president of sales at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights, shows Daily Herald subscribers tips and tricks for grilling their favorite foods -- including skirt steak and sausage -- on a infrared gas grill.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Dee Meyer of Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights hands out samples to East Dundee's Cindy Parcher as employees show Daily Herald readers tips and tricks about grilling their favorite foods.

       Dee Meyer of Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights hands out samples to East Dundee's Cindy Parcher as employees show Daily Herald readers tips and tricks about grilling their favorite foods.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Friday's Grilling University event at Northwest Metalcraft included demonstrations and samples of skirt steak and other meats.

       Friday's Grilling University event at Northwest Metalcraft included demonstrations and samples of skirt steak and other meats.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

More than 70 grilling enthusiasts showed up Friday afternoon to learn about grilling do's and don'ts and sample freshly grilled fare from experts at Northwest Metalcraft in Arlington Heights.

Daily Herald subscribers at the Grilling University event, sponsored by the Daily Herald, learned tips for smoking on the iconic Kamado Joe and the infrared gas grill as well as techniques for cooking on Weber grills and a number of other outdoor grills.

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There was also plenty of food to sample, including skirt steak, smoked sausage, whole chicken and asparagus mixed with cashew nuts.

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