Originally Posted by 16Adams
Mainly because life is short. At mid 50's half the folks in the obituary page are younger. Most of the 70 something's don't cook out or get around to well. Jump in with both feet and get yourself happy. How can you tell when you've reached "happy" in the bbq grilling world? When your wife surprises you with a Primo, when she searches Craigslist for grills while your at work, and takes food photos for you or asks you to take a photo if her plate.
It's all good. If a Hibachi gets you where you want to be in patio culinary world, well I recommend you have at least three ;-)
my wife doesnt do any of that.
But I am still happy!!!
I would rather do that stuff anyway :)
Ok Joe Offset, New Braunfels El Dorado, Weber OTS 22.5 & 18.5, (2) Master Forge Charcoal, Auber ATC, charcoal retort Weber drum rotisserie