Thursday, March 19, 2015

Meet the New Grill, Same as the Old Grill

I went out and bought a new grill; it's a Weber, just like the old one, except that it has plastic handles and isn't a broken down old wreck.

I fired the shiny new grill up this evening, after church. Did it work? Sure it did, and I reckon Weber Kettles are worth every penny, especially if your idea of cooking is mostly about putting meat on fire.

But here's some food for thought. Do negative interest rates signify an essentially worthless currency? Fiat forever.

Grill on,



LL said...

Put the ribeye on the coals and let the world go by. BBQ some corn as well...tastes better on the BBQ

LSP said...

Definitely a good plan.

LL said...

Bake the potato and then grease the skin, add kosher salt and put it on the BBQ to get a good bark going on the skin. The skin, cooked that way, is by far the best part of the potato.

LSP said...

That sounds very tasty. I'll give it a go.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

Careful with that new grill. The EPA might not approve.