Well, the old grill has bit the dust. We bought it brand new 4 years ago and the weather and the detrimental effects of propane have finally taken their toll. I’ve looked into buying replacement parts, but the parts alone would almost cost the same as a new grill! What to do? What to do…? I love to grill out too much to forsake the practice, but at least I still have an old fashioned grill that uses charcoal briquettes. I love the flavor they give, but they never do seem to get (and stay) hot enough to adequately cook. Do you guys have any suggestions?
Sara at On Simplicity says that bad timing can kill good habits and I couldn’t agree more. The charcoal always seems to lose its heat and kill my habit of eating thoroughly cooked hamburgers.
Madison is leaving the workforce at 29. She asks, “What do I do from here?” My answer: go to cooking school and learn to be a grill chef extraordinaire! I’ll eat your homework.
Marc knows what I’m talking about! Read #25 in his post 101 Dirt Cheap Ways to Enjoy Yourself.
Simple mom advocates using gift registries as your own personal wish list to help those who plan to buy you a gift, actually give you something you want. I haven’t seen too many grills on gift registries, but I think it’s a FANTASTIC idea!
Patrick writes an article comparing the similarities between carbohydrates and debt. Grilled sirloin anyone?
Enjoy the links. I’m off to investigate a new grill.