Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Barbecue Champ Mad After Grill Stolen

I've never met Paul Kirk, but I have one of Paul Kirk's books on BBQing, and like the way it approaches the subject. You got to wonder, how could anyone use his grill without it being noticed?

Yahoo! News - Barbecue Champ Mad After Grill Stolen

4 Comments:

Blogger Vincent said...

Barbecue people are saints. They provide slices of heaven, slow-roasted to tender perfection, and slathered in a sometimes-sweet, sometimes-spicy, always-delicious sauce.

They're also pretty serious when competition time rolls around. The Food Network had great coverage of a BBQ cookoff. I liked the cooker that was shaped like a giant (and I do mean giant) pig.

6/29/2004 11:28:00 PM  
Blogger finou said...

hmmmm... This sounds all too familiar!
I just saw an episode of Alton Brown's "Good Eats" recently on the food channel that had grillnapping as the plot. In the episode, the guy who sells propane grills comes and steals Alton's charcoal grill and then holds it for ransom (Alton then discusses gas grills and cooks pork chops I think). Maybe some foodnetwork watcher who is a fan of gas grills is to blame? ;)-

6/30/2004 10:59:00 AM  
Blogger acg said...

Are gas grills or charcoal grills better?

6/30/2004 11:48:00 PM  
Blogger Qian said...

Charcoal's the only way to go. Gas grills are for wusses.

7/01/2004 12:05:00 PM  

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