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Old 05-04-2012, 04:47 PM   #2787
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Too many people are germa-phobics. Whatever is on the floor is not going to kill you. Didn't you eat dirt as a kid? It may explain some things, but it didn't kill you.
I have eaten lots of dirt among-st other things as a kid and still do! I still won't eat a french fry off the floor in McD's.
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Old 05-04-2012, 06:54 PM   #2788
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I wouldn't either. Never know where those shoes have been.
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I don't think I could ever use a George Foreman grill, the image of it has been ruined by friends who never clean the grill or the grease trap.
That s just a well seasoned grill
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That s just a well seasoned grill
That only works with a gas BBQ, I know, I have one, need to hit it with oven cleaner again cause it has an occasional problem with catching fire if it gets too hot .

However, unburned rancid month old layered hamburger grease has never appealed to me, especially since you're sitting your food right on it .
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The smell of food cooking on a gas grill
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That only works with a gas BBQ, I know, I have one, need to hit it with oven cleaner again cause it has an occasional problem with catching fire if it gets too hot .

However, unburned rancid month old layered hamburger grease has never appealed to me, especially since you're sitting your food right on it .
I have been to a BBQ and seen the state of the grill they were going to use and opted for more of the Captain. A dirty grill is as bad as the french fry on McD's floor.
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That only works with a gas BBQ, I know, I have one, need to hit it with oven cleaner again cause it has an occasional problem with catching fire if it gets too hot .

However, unburned rancid month old layered hamburger grease has never appealed to me, especially since you're sitting your food right on it .
LOL... Running late a few weeks back so DW started grilling while I was on the road. Got a call that she would be cooking on the stove after putting out fire on grill.
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My son in law is a "firefighter" and he had a huge grease fire on his grill that he had walked away from to do other chores. When he noticed it he took the garden hose to it. I would have used one of the fire extinguishers he had sitting there myself. Anyone want ribs?
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When grilling anything, I keep a squirt bottle of water nearby and psst, psst, psst if it flames up.
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I always have a beer in my hand. Just dribble on the flames. Adds flavor to everything you grill.
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I once had a truck that over heated. Caught heck for using a beer to refill it.
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Some times you have to improvise! I try to waist as little beer as possible but if you are close to the bottom it is a good excuse to get a cold refill
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I suppose if you pour it on the steak, then flip it over to extinguish the flames, that would be alright.
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