How to Grill Healthy: Cast Iron Skillet

http://youtu.be/R65USaHIcnU Executive Chef Frank Caputo and Director of Nutrition, Sharon Day share a little secret on how to use a cast iron skillet on the grill. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! http://facebook.com/cancercenter http://twitter.com/cancercenter http://twitter.com/sharondayctca • Great to keep in moisture as juices from the meat aren't dripping into charcoal, which helps keep in flavor and reduce risk of forming cancer causing compounds • Use the skillet to cook a variety of vegetables, such as root vegetables, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, etc. • Cooking meat in the skillet prevents flare ups since juices aren't dripping down into the grill; however, because of the high temperature there is still a risk for cancer causing compounds to form. Try to maintain a lower temperature overall when cooking on the grill. Music from musicalley.com - Andre Bisson - Free Ridin' Blues