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Old 02-21-2007, 10:24 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by cmcadams
I'm doing a private class for a company's team building exercise, with up to 24 people. The class is 3 hours long, and it's to cover grilling in general. I'm going to show how to grill a steak correctly, but that's all I'm actually set on doing.

The focus is mostly on simple things, but I can always do one or two more complicated things. Any thoughts on what you'd either want to show someone or want to see someone do in a grilling class?
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