So Lovin’ It

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Our grill broke. And we can’t have that during corn season when we can grill fresh corn in the husk. It’s also the time of year when they have deep discounts on outdoor items like grills, so we got a great deal on a new one. And it has a burner for pots, too! How wonderful is that? I’m canning outside now. I LOVE THAT.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 1, 2009  

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  1. 9-1
    6:31
    am

    Canning outside! How cool is that! Or perhaps not so cool, depending on the temperature!

  2. 9-1
    9:02
    am

    I see many grilling recipes coming up……That is one super nice grill….

  3. 9-1
    11:30
    am

    Wow – I’m totally impressed! Bring food up from the garden, cook it on the porch while you grill corn, with Clover and her entourage watching every move!!!

  4. 9-2
    6:20
    am

    :jackolantern: That grill looks amazing! I need me one of them babies. Yessir, canning outdoors is a fabulous idea. You are a genius! I so envy you for your creativity!

    Where can I get one? I’ve not seen one like that around here (King, North Carolina). What kind is it? Please tell me, for I desire to cook outdoors again!

  5. 9-2
    7:19
    am

    The brand (which I’ve never heard of) is Charmglow and it was at Home Depot ($149). Good sales on that kind of stuff right now!

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