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    Smile Grillin' season

    Finally had a decent afternoon to fire up the Weber grill. Brats and thick cut pork chops over charcoal....MMMMmmmmmm.

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    No question, there is nothing better! Not sure if I'm just stupid or dedicated but I'm one of those that charcoal grills all winter. Just suit up with the snowmobile gear (minus the helmet) and light er' up. Hate it when the beer slushes up though.

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    Some nice ribeye steaks on charcoal grill tonight for us too!! Although... For February I'd rather be out riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiroule View Post
    No question, there is nothing better! Not sure if I'm just stupid or dedicated but I'm one of those that charcoal grills all winter. Just suit up with the snowmobile gear (minus the helmet) and light er' up. Hate it when the beer slushes up though.
    LOL, I hear ya....I'm a fair weather griller...hehe

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    I grill all yr as well, cook outside eat inside that's all, no big deal here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbb View Post
    I grill all yr as well, cook outside eat inside that's all, no big deal here!
    same here grill all year.
    prolly average grilling 2-3 times a week during months of Dec-Mar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbb View Post
    I grill all yr as well, cook outside eat inside that's all, no big deal here!
    Me too! It's grillin' season all year long. Besides, the beer stays colder, longer during winter grilling.

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    I'm an all season griller.....
    Obviously ( My Dad ) is too. He is not in the best of health and uses a walker . He decided to clean is grill for several hours about a month ago ( down in Alabama ). Need less to say my Mom has to keep an eye on him due to his slipping memory.

    Mom leaves the house for a few hours.... only to return to a fire truck in the subdivision and in front of my parents 4 yr old house. Grandpa cleaned it, fired it up and forgot about it ! it burned to the ground and even popped the cement.

    Grandma ....declared no more BBQ'ing.
    My brother bought him a new 1.

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