Grills Gone Wild
"We have to dare to be ourselves, however frightening or strange that self may prove to be." May Sarton
If you don't like the grills in your hardware store, how about one of these? Send them to me when you see a new one to add th my rogues gallery. And help me write better captions in the comments, below.
Come on over we'll have a barbie-q.
Rube Goldberg prize.
Ultimate low cost hot dog cooker.
Heats up fast.
Couldn't you just put the steaks in the engine exhaust?
Traeger made this pellet burner and they have a longhorn too.
When lunch is served, these firemen eat.
Why pay for a Big Green Eg when you can make a Big Brown Egg?
Great way to keep the workers on the site.
Dinner a la carte?
A whole new meaning to fire up the grill.
World's largest grill by Johnsonville Brats.
Comes in economy 6 cylinder size too.
Best oil pan ever.
Finally, a good use for that damn PC.
So that's what tha bottom drawer is for. And I keep pot lids in mine.
Is this chargoal or gas?
First you gotta get the meat with the cowcatcher.
USB powered Korean grill.
When one chimney is not enough.
Klose's Bling Bling comes with satellite dish, grill, smoker, fridge, lazy Susan, and even the kitchen sink.
Smells much better than flowers.
Problem is cops keep pulling him over.
The kamado is an ancient design. The thermometers, not.
They plump when hot.
Honey, I thought you were going to make me rainbarrels?
Traveling in style.
The beer is in the white one.
Hey, man, don't bogart that pork.
Gas powered grill.
Coach class food was never better.
Ran out of money during construction.
For guys who cut their lawn while they grill.
For smoking hogs.
For smoking cheese.
Hoping to qualify for the Jack.
Wisconsin brat tub.
Dogs in the hood.
A grate tailgater.
Built Ford tender.
Now this is a truckstop.
The All Terrain Meal on Wheels.
A nice cooker but the food is a bit choo chewy.
For those who always wanted stainless steel appliances.
First prize for artistry.
Deere cooks pig.
No doubt a Georgia Bulldog fan
Low cost gas grill works for beans.
Steve Lillegard built this offset smoker.
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