The trick is to smoke the meat and not make the meat smoke
Gas Grill

Kenmore Elite - 2003 - 2014

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Yesterday was a bittersweet day for me, because while it was a fun day it also marked the end of an era. The fun part was making some Breakfast Panini's on one of my Eggs in single-digit temperatures with 25 MPH wind gusts and having it not phase the EGG one bit. The sad part was because Yesterday my Kentmore Elite six burner gas grill was taken away to the junkyard. The handwriting had been on the wall for a while now, I basically had used my gas grill to cook on only twice since I got my first Big Green Egg in August 2012. Actually both of those times I used the gas grill, it was a case where I couldn't use the Big Green Egg. One time I was smoking on the Egg and needed to do some direct grilling. The other time I didn't have enough room on the Egg to fit everything I was cooking, so I fired up the gas grill to cook six ears of corn. If I had enough room, I would've done that on the Egg too. So this short blog entry will just be some reflections on the end of my gas grill era. Read More...