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@Durangler Thanks although I've lost control of the cook. My crazy Italian darling, just took over the heat portion of the mix. Here's 10 jalapeño, 5 scotch bonnet, 4 banana and 10 chili peppers ground together, seeds in, ready to go. This is for…
Remembering a good friend of my Dad's who is still with us. Okill Stuart who landed on Juno Beach, D Day. This video commemorates the final reunion of the 3 remaining members of the 9th Brigade, 3rd Division, 14th Canadian Field Regiment.
Have a sit through Blonde on Blonde, Nashville Skyline, Blood on the Tracks, New Morning, John Wesley Harding, Time out of Mind, Love and Theft and most recently Shadows in the Night, where he uncovers Frank Sinatra songs and tell me he can't sing.
I don't bother with scrapers at all. Once the egg is lit, grate goes on. Once at temp, I use a handful of paper towels to remove any residuals from both sides of the grate. Although I do like the idea @DieselkW puts forth!
Spending a week golfing and drinking beers with my Dad @ 81 yrs old. Tough old boy. Brought Mini along as he has a gasser I've rebuilt about 10 times. Has no patience for cooking but loves the food off the egg!
From Noodleville central just north of Toronto there are 6 dealers ranging as close as 1 - 10 miles away. So I'm sure if I get a hairy assed **** attitude from the dealer I bought from I can swing something elsewhere without burning too much gas