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WardsterWardster Posts: 1,006
edited 9:47PM in EggHead Forum
I was just watching a show on the cooking channel and they were teaching a couple guys how to cook ribs on the grill.... the GAS GRILL. It makes me laugh when I see them teach how to cook on a gas grill. [p]"I may not be a smart man, but I do know what ceramic cooking is...."
-Forrest Wardster

Apollo Beach, FL

Comments

  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,971
    Wardster,[p]Great quote! Humble and well said. A true Egger. My hat is off to you.[p]
    Carey

  • LasVegasMacLasVegasMac Posts: 183
    Wardster,
    I would not be so quick on the trigger, my friend. Everyone has their own way of doing things.[p]I still cook on my gas grill - charcoal grill - charcoal smoker, etc., from time to time. Might have to clean out a cob web or two prior to use, though. :) Certain recipes that I have cooked for a long time, ya know.[p]Just as a challenge, I'll make you some chicken wings and ribs that will knock your socks off (opinion of family, many neighbors and friends) - and the only ceramic they saw was going past it.[p]The BGE is great, don't misunderstand me - I would not give it up for anything. But it is not THE ONLY answer in the never ending BBQ search![p]Just my $.07 worth.[p]LVM

  • ravnhausravnhaus Posts: 311
    Cook Wardster, cook!
  • WardsterWardster Posts: 1,006
    LasVegasMac,[p]We used to get gas grills on our back porch, Momma would shoo them off with a broom....[p]You must be correct. Gas grills would not be around so long if there was not a way to make 'em work. I, on the other hand, am 30 and don't have the patience to figure them out. I was fortunate enough to start my cooks on an egg. Egger born, egger bred, one day I'll be egger dead....

    Apollo Beach, FL
  • LasVegasMacLasVegasMac Posts: 183
    Wardster,
    We used to get gas grills on our back porch, Momma would shoo them off with a broom....LOL![p]Don't they make a light bulb for that?[p]The wife is completely perplexed as to why I have one side of our rather large patio populated with various types of grills and accessories - I'll have to post a pic one of these days. Years ago, that was a frequent complaint. Now? "Oh, your going to cook?, great!" I still get strange looks when I tell her I need a BBQ-Galores "fix". It's a guy thing, honey. :)[p]She is a smart girl, though. She asked me what I wanted for my birthday. I said a medium BGE to keep Mr. Large Humpty company. Her reply? "You really do need to have another one - are you sure you don't want another large?"[p]It just don't get no better than that![p]Life is great. Too bad that work thing gets in the way![p]LVM [p]

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