How to Have a July 4th Barbecue in a Studio Apartment Without Burning the Place Down
Throwing a July 4th barbecue is difficult when you live in an apartment, and it's especially difficult if you don't have roof access. The kitchen space is limited, the threat of noise complaints from your neighbors is always lingering, and there is never enough booze.
You may be thinking it's easier to just go out for some good ribs and brisket, and while I support that idea, I did go to the trouble of gathering this list of everything you need to throw a little long weekend celebration at home. Give it a shot.
counter top grill
Obviously you’re going to need a grill, and since you (probably) don’t have a backyard, this countertop one will have to do. Cook up steaks, veggies, buns, anything your heart desires.
Maxi-Matic Elite Cuisine 13 in. Counter top Grill, $26, amazon.com