Today is the day that I put on The Shirt.
I’m not going to pretend, folks: that’s the shirt a middle-aged guy wears. I’m comfortable with admitting it. It’s just part of the Circle of Life. Now I just need to get a gas grill…
Gobble gobble! One of us!
I’ve had shirts like that and a gas grill for years! Get a Weber–they cost more but they last for years.
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Well, I hope you have an attractive pair of polyester pants to go with it.
Embrace the shirt, it will set you free. Put on some Buffett music and drink a tall one.
Highly recommend Weber grills, always have worked well for and are built to last.
You now have the freedom to wear dark socks and sandals, enjoy.
You really don’t need to worry…not until you start wearing the waistline of your trousers about mid-chest level…
It’s time to put it on.
Agree on the Weber, but really – you ought to roll with the charcoal. Harder to start, certainly, but you can do some serious smoking with charcoal. Mmmm, smoked turkey. 🙂
I’m with Spegen and Wombat… Embrace the shirt, but stick with charcoal. I can see no justification for a gas grill, although I do have a place in my heart for the gas accessories, like the steamers and the turkey fryers. Those can help you to an amazing Cajun weekend!
Charcoal is not difficult to start. Jusy buy one of these:
That specific model, not any of the other similar ones. There are cheaper kinds, but you’ll replace them more frequently.
Looks like one of Weird Al’s shirts. I also concur with Phil, Wombat and DanB, I’ve cooked a big Turkey and a Ham on the large charcoal grills, Weber’s of course. Do remember to clean them out the meat grease and Charcoal dust will collect and I’ve seen them destroy a charcoal grill when they catch on fire. Gas Grills are just to limited in what they can cook and temperature control is iffy especially as it ages. I know, I have both the charcoal is quicker and tastes better.
Nooooooooo!!! Do not succumb to the siren song of the gas grill!!
I remember when my Dad got “The Shirt”. Almost brings a tear to my eye….remembering the death of fashion
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