By Hilary Meyer, Associate Food Editor, EatingWell Magazine
This summer, I'm all about sticking to my budget. Unfortunately some of my favorite meats to grill are on the expensive side. Beef tenderloin runs around $15 per pound--even chicken breast is expensive at around $6.50 per pound. I wanted to see if I can set a limit and not spend more than $6 per pound for anything that lands on my grill.
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Will I be left with anything that's still worth eating? Yes! Here are 5 of the best, healthy, budget-friendly cuts of meat to grill all summer long.
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1. Bone-in Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks: Chicken thighs and drumsticks run around $2.50 per pound and they're AWESOME on the grill. Dark meat is not only less expensive than white meat, but it's a little more forgiving when you cook it. White meat tends to dry out if you overcook it, but chicken thighs and drumsticksRead More »from The Best Budget Cuts of Meat to Grill All Summer Long