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Unread 08-29-2008, 06:25 PM   #77
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Originally Posted by Dr_KY View Post
Oh yes I even took her to the Pub Sunday.
Ookaaaay, I'm now officially worried about you Doc!
The more I use mine the more impressed I get at how easy they are to cook on. We had friends over recently and I did cedr plank salmon fillets, bacon burgers from the local pork farm (yes, they were very good!) and some good quality Lincolnshire sausages. Yes, I know, no pictures=didn't happen, I forgot OKAY!!!
Anyhoo, Mrs Browser commented on how much more relaxed cooking on the kettle seemed to be compared to our old gasser which "...always had huge flames coming out of it"! I had to agree and I realised I hardly ever do totally direct grilling any more as I always bank the coals either to the side or down the middle leaving enough space to indirect cook most of the food as (a) it cooks mor eslowly & evenly and (b) it tastes better that way. I'm even happier since my birthday on the 22nd 'cos I got a Weber warming rack and side table and, yes, I promise I'll take some pictures next time I'm grilling
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