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    Kingsford has a new ad campaign I saw last night "Get off your gas and grill". Pretty funny commercial.
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    A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

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    Wood grill!

    Lol j/k. I've had both charcoal and gas, but charcoal needs a certain skill to get the coals going fast enough and hot enough to cook the food. I always mess this up, so gas it is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice06RR View Post
    Wood grill!

    Lol j/k. I've had both charcoal and gas, but charcoal needs a certain skill to get the coals going fast enough and hot enough to cook the food. I always mess this up, so gas it is!

    If I am going to cook chicken or have to cook A LOT of burger like I did in Boy Scouts - gas is the only way to prevent under cooked/over cooked food.

    But when I'm just cooking for my immediate family....well I still cook with gas because it is what I have.

    But I sure miss the smell of charcoal.
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    I use "energy efficient clean burning propane gas"* for weekdays when I don't have much time and charcoal for weekends or when I have more time.


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