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Old Yesterday, 11:08 AM
 
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A cautionary warning to pre-retirement outdoor chefs.

Retirement can create more time to enjoy your cooking and that can mean the insatiable desire for more equipment and accessories. Avoid YouTube, Grilling forums and groups on Facebook. It can become addictive and new cooking equipment doesn’t mean getting rid of old. I didn’t like my medium BGE and one of the major reasons was the lack of accessories so I got a Kamado Joe classic. Lots of accessories and now how to stop buying.

My wife just says do what you want!

Hmmm m. She likes the food
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Old Yesterday, 05:10 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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We have a gas grill, and DH has learned to use it well. Before, we had a cheap grill, and it never performed well.

But he can turn out grilled chicken, steak, chops, and burgers. I'd like to try grilling veggies, but he balks. I think he considers the grill best used for flesh. I have made ribs in the Instant Pot, and then he finishes them off on the grill with sauce. They are good.

Our gas grill is a Weber.
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Old Yesterday, 06:19 PM
 
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We have a gas grill, and DH has learned to use it well. Before, we had a cheap grill, and it never performed well.

But he can turn out grilled chicken, steak, chops, and burgers. I'd like to try grilling veggies, but he balks. I think he considers the grill best used for flesh. I have made ribs in the Instant Pot, and then he finishes them off on the grill with sauce. They are good.

Our gas grill is a Weber.
Weber warranties are worth the price. They last and if a problem Weber is great honoring the warranty
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Old Yesterday, 06:38 PM
 
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I was thinking of some delicius beef ribs all afternoon.................
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Old Yesterday, 06:39 PM
 
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We have a gas grill, and DH has learned to use it well. Before, we had a cheap grill, and it never performed well.

But he can turn out grilled chicken, steak, chops, and burgers. I'd like to try grilling veggies, but he balks. I think he considers the grill best used for flesh. I have made ribs in the Instant Pot, and then he finishes them off on the grill with sauce. They are good.

Our gas grill is a Weber.
OMG - he needs to do the grilled veggies!!!
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Old Today, 02:39 AM
 
Location: Tennessee
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We have a gas grill, and DH has learned to use it well. Before, we had a cheap grill, and it never performed well.

But he can turn out grilled chicken, steak, chops, and burgers. I'd like to try grilling veggies, but he balks. I think he considers the grill best used for flesh. I have made ribs in the Instant Pot, and then he finishes them off on the grill with sauce. They are good.

Our gas grill is a Weber.
One of my favorite things to grill is corn. A food truck I frequent rubs native corn with a cayenne pepper paste he told me about. I made that a couple weeks ago. I grilled some skewers with yellow and zucchini squash, grilled peppers and onions, and tomatoes awhile back. Excellent.
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