It's Grill Time at the Manor. Originally, we we wanted a side burner and a bigger grill area, but then decided to go with the smaller size to fit our back deck and budget. And let me tell you, this is one mean little sucker, and he gets HOT.
Yesterday I made caramel onions, potatoes, flatbread. And this morning, scrambled eggs and reheated leftover pizza.
I also burnt myself, dropped my spray over the side of the deck, watched my oven mitts blow away and battled with the black walnut tree fallings.
You know, things don't blow away when I cook/bake inside, which is something I never thought about before today.
It also nukes a mans nether regions!ReplyDelete
That's the blog post title I should have gone with. Or, Nuked Nuts.Delete
Guess you need some 'paper weights' outside!ReplyDelete
I love grilled. And I love your new header pic, too :)ReplyDelete
Thanks. Tim found that banner for me. I am learning that grilled food taste VERY good.Delete
And it's fun. Minus all the stuff blowing away and falling black walnut stuff.
You're much more talented on the grill than I am. I have to try making eggs.ReplyDelete
Totally I am not more talented. I know NOTHING about grilling. This will be an entirely new adventure in food for me.Delete
The scramble was good. Will do it again and post the steps. I used cast iron.
Grill Time is the best time!ReplyDelete
I am learning that :-)Delete
What a beautiful shiny new grill!ReplyDelete
And it didn't break the bank.Delete
Not for long :-)Delete
He's quite the savage beast!ReplyDelete
Little but mighty.Delete
That thing's a beauty! And sits nicely on the deck.ReplyDelete
And we still have room - woohoo.Delete
Looks like a great grill! We tossed our old grill and now all we have is a smoker the hubby got for $30 on craigslist. He and the smoker are still getting to know one another :)ReplyDelete
Hahahaha, I laughed at your comment about your hubby and the smoker. Told my hubby and he laughed as well.Delete
Nice grill! Grilled food is my favorite. Sometime you and Tim should come east for Ken's home made ribs-they are pretty spectacular.ReplyDelete
I bet they are very good. I stole his eggs idea today, just turned it into a scramble. He's one mean cook.Delete
A visit would be so fun.
Hi Happy Whisk, your new toy certainly look cool and hot. Very impressive.ReplyDelete
Love your new header, very nice.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Hi Amelia - It's fun to have new cooking toys. I'm excited.Delete
Thank you. Have a wonderful weekend :-)
You're right - you don't have to worry about things blowing away when you cook inside - or bird poo landing on your food!ReplyDelete
Very true about the poop. Tim had that happen to him once when he was grilling a high-end steak. Yuck.Delete
PS: Loved the signs your daughter hung. How funny is that kid? You got two good ones, that's for sure.
I was looking at one of those yesterday, and thinking it's probably not a good idea to have one in bear country.ReplyDelete