New Year's Day story
Rained ALL DAY NYD.....so to fight the blues I decided to put a slab of spares on my beat up Weber. Didn't know exactly what or where they were going. When they finally got done close to 5... I went in the pouring rain and delivered the steaming goodies to my wife's elderly aunt's in town. One lady called my wife and said she "felt like a queen"...the other called and said she had only had "can soup" that day and it was WONDERFUL.....My point in all this is even if your not where you want to be talent wise...remember most of us cook so much we take it for granted...we love doing it...it's what we do. But ALOT of elderly folks CAN NOT grill or smoke....age has taken that from them. But what we take for granted (wonderful flavored grill /smoked food) is a true delicacy for these folks. So even if your ribs are a lil overdone (like mine were) or your burgers lack.....make an extra slab or burger sometime and take to an the "old folks".....it truly is like manna from heaven for them.....and will make you feel pretty good about yourself......thanks for bearing with me brethren......Happy Smokin....
Jambo backyard (Big John) / Hurricane Katrina crippled Weber kettle (**** you Katrina) / LP cooktop /
Friends call me the "One Eyed Porker"....What can I say...