Grilled meats and cancer: What you need to know when you barbecue
When it comes to cooking meat, fish and poultry at high heat on a grill, studies indicate potentially cancer-causing chemicals can form. As summer barbecue season arrives, TODAY welcomes NBC medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar to the plaza with important safety tips. Alex Guarnaschelli of New York City’s Butter restaurant shows the right ways to grill steak, chicken and seafood for flavor as well as health.
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