Nate and Vox are off at the races on what will destroy us first. It's an interesting debate, one I note has no winners.
Vox on his other blog posts daily about the social destruction brought on by the feminist fall out.
Obummer does all in his power to destroy whats left of America and the Republicans rush to his aid eager to be part of the gotterdammerung.
I decided I couldn't properly afford to run around participating in 1,000 yard matches, or rafting in CO or any one of a number of things I love, this summer.
We all still need to eat, and that brings us to that all important summertime debate question: "Gas or charcoal?".
It may come to a shock to you but, I'm not a culinary purest on this point. I love my gas grill. It gets used 12 months a year. I also love my full sized pull behind trailer charcoal AND gas grill that I'm called upon to use from time to time. For me the question requires a 3 part answer.
The first factor is time. Do I have time to start a charcoal fire and wait to cook? No, OK gas it is.
The second factor is taste. Do I have a particular level of BBQ expectations that I have to meet? Then it may be charcoal and some hardwood smoking. This is the default setting for every situation involving beef brisket. A sub question under taste is what kind of meat am I cooking? Chicken, fish and shrimp almost always get the gas grill just because its so easy to control the heat and cooking times.
The third factor is how many people am I cooking for? If its just the family, the Weber is coming out about 90% of the time. The exceptions to this rule is when I need to come up with a smoked turkey or other slow roasted and smoked meats.
It's BBQ season what do you use and why?