Re: Lava rocks history?
- From: Harry Demidavicius <Harry.d@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 02 May 2006 03:37:18 GMT
On Mon, 01 May 2006 23:59:28 GMT, "Bo Hica" <bohicaNO@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
"scribe" <scribe_12248@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in messageMy wife was pretty handy operating our gasser 20 years ago, but our
Thanks for the feedback, gentlemen. See? That's what happens when
you have a barbecue for about 10 years and don't keep current wih
developments in the ever-advancing science of grillology.
I bought a new basic Fiesta unit on the weekend (basic=no useless and
unneeded side-burner) for $200 at Home Depot in Toronto and, Wonder
Upon Wonders! They sold me a floor model, already assembled (without
charging the usual assembly fee), and I just rolled it out of the
store, jammed it into my van, took it home and had the wife fire up
some steaks. Elapsed time from store visit to mastication: About one
Ummm - you had the WIFE fire up some steaks? While firin' up the gasser
ain't what folks around here would call barbecue, it's rewarding enough.
However, that there's definitely mans work. I'm just not sure I can wrap my
head around having the wife operate the gas grill - much less something like
Somethin just not right there.....
standards and cooker have evolved over the years. She still uses our
little K [she mostly grills], but needs for me to get it fired up and
The teenage daughter next door grills herself a couple of burgers &
buns almost every afternoon before going off to work. They have a
gasser, but she still produces a very nice looking sandwich.
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