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So, my son Ryan got me this freaking sweet grill for Father's day. He turns 3 in September.

I asked where he got the money to buy the grill and he said, "From the bank!" (We frequently stop at the same drive-thru ATM alot and withdraw money - which he witnesses from his car seat in the back seat lol).

Should I be concerned I might be watching the evening news and see my son on camera footage with a ski mask on holding up a bank teller? huh.png

laugh.png I freaking love my son!!!

Hope I don't get banned for posting something non-football related...ph34r.png

Happy Father's Day (belated) to all you mutha F-ers!!!

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Guest fibonacci

I don't have HALF the grillin' skills posters in that thread have!! laugh.png

You'll get there in no time. My best friend is the internal meat gauge.

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YOU SAW THE NAME "RYAN" AND GOT SUCKED RIGHT IN!laugh.pnglaugh.png

Nah, I read the post, but I just couldnt help myself, biggrin.png

Besides, with the ski mask being implied in the OP I just had to use the ninja, laugh.png

Am I the only one that has noticed this place seems to have its sense of humor back?

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Bio-Therm???

Lol I have not heard someone say that word since my very tech days.

But yes, So many times i would under or over cook my food.

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Guest fibonacci

Right here.

I hate grilling burgers

I don't hate them.... But they never come out to my liking.

I rather make it for my dog. :D

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I got the best grille last year, Big Green Egg. It's an American made Japanese Komodo grill. Everything comes out juicy and cooked to perfection. I recommend it to any serious griller, it can grille, smoke, cook low and slow, and even convection bake if you want to make wood fired pizzas!

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My advice to novice grillers is always the same: Don't waste your efforts by underutilizing space/time.

Make sure you've got some tomatoes, onions, peppers all oiled up with salt and pepper to throw in between the open spaces...best salsa EVER!

Also some potatoes, zucchini, asparagus, etc...

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