Ok, I'm gonna do something really sexist (as perhaps the only one in
here with two X chromosomes <g>): Assume because this place is full of
guys with trucks, it's also full of guys with grills :)
I'm the griller in the family (must be the same gene that makes me a
geek girl who likes trucks).
The grill part of my Baby Q is getting a bit grody. I don't really mind
for now - I have my grill brush and grill stone and grill scrapers - but
when I get ready to ship it it'll need to be shiny clean. So, I'd like
to keep the layers of crud down a bit, to make it easier when the time
What works best to clean a grill back down to something resembling it's
original, unused cleanness?
Thanks for any replies!
Hubby's off on a business trip. Weather suddenly decided to get warm
(it's still winter here - equivalent of late January- but it topped 80f
today). Consoled myself by cooking up these awesome marinated bbq
chicken wings from the butcher down the street, with a big 'ol
Portobello mushroom. Next on the grill, Barramundi (a really tasty
deep-sea fish) and corn-on-the-cob.
If you're a grill lover, emigrate to Australia. You never have to worry
about the weather, and they love grilling so much that it's part of the
holidays. Turkey for Christmas? Nah! It's summer here, heats the
house up too much. Seafood on the barbie is the traditional Xmas fare