Hey 2-2 that is a dandy grill. What kind is it. I am torn between a Weber and a VT castings. But yours has all the opts I was looking for.
I think you mean Ren? 2-2 was just making fun of me cause I drink non- girl drinks. It is a Charmglow grill and was $300 @ the big orange depot. I really like it so far. The infrared rotisserie burner cooks a mean chicken! The ignition works great too. Pork chops tonight.
This is my new Vermont Castings grill. I took it with my telephone so you can't see everything. But its a picture.
Do you think it's the best grill made? See any flaws in it Jerry?
No, Jack, It is a beauty. It has built in lights behind the dials for night cooking. Total of 6 burners. You can't hear the rotisserie motor. They thought everything out. I know that this unit will last until they put me in the home.
I asked "Mr. BBQ", Collin, up in Canada what to get. He saids he has a Vermont Castings. How could I go wrong.
Ha ha! Finally somebody I can ask. I saw on a remodel show once somebody build a sundeck that wasnt attached to their house. You'd walk out the door, across the lawn, then onto the sundeck. I thought "Now why would somebody do that???" So I'll ask you Jeff, why would somebody build one like that? Maybe around here we never have soggy lawns from rain. It's the only reason I can think of.
For the same reason that all the old houses in the south had a detached kitchen. When the kitchen catchs on fire it won't burn down the main house. Fire protection.
Plus they couldn't see the black slaves spitting into the master's food.
Reminds me of an old joke.
Three women were eating at a old Mansion in SC and the food was so good that they asked if they compliement the cook. When she can out they discussed the food and one of them asked for her bisquit receipt. After the old black cook told her the entire ingredient list. The lady asked how much milk and water did she use. The old cook said about two mouth full of each.