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Albany -- For many in South Georgia and across the nation-- Memorial Day weekend is a perfect time to fire up the grill.

And if you're planning to grill out veterans of the grill suggest the key to a great cook-out is finding the best cut of meats.  But, Griller Charles Taylor says the secret to good barbeque is all  in how you heat things up.

"If you throw it on there  and the charcoal is over heated you will burn it up.

Flipping your meat is important if you leave your grill you are your going to burn it," says Taylor.

Experts at Barbecue bible.com suggest that you always turn meat cooking on a grill with tongs or a spatula. They say spearing the meat with a fork drains the flavor-rich juices onto the coal.

posted at 6:51PM by scott.hunter@walb.com