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Grilling Season and My Man

     The summer heat is here along with the smell of charcoal burning and backyard fire pits... mm mm  My husband has grilled us up a few meals already; brats, italian sausage, hot dogs, burgers, steaks, etc.  He even did his first corn on the cob in the husks this Memorial Day.

     A special shout out to our veterans of all wars and ages -->> more thanks than you would ever know or we could ever share.  I always wonder about the businesses offering a "special" to them on a particular day (Wednesday Military Day?) EVERY day should wield them a special offer !!  You deserve so much more and again, I humbly thank you for your service to our country.

      I started writing this to tell you about, basically, an info-mercial product.  We thought it was a birthday joke type deal, at least until the hubby tried it.  He was hooked on the first use, though you will need a proper "shield".

The Grill Daddy
 It's simplicity makes you laugh at first. Water, bristles, and a handle.... what do they offer ?  A very clean grill, but with one hazard -->>
      I don't do anything with the grill, but I know the old man likes this toy and that it helps him more than anything he's ever had.  So I asked him if I could 'capture' him doing his manly thing of preparing his cooking space...  as I am usually in the house prepping other parts of the meal.

      This is him; protected...


     It works with the heat from the grill, with the water, causing steam to loosen burned on particles and cleaning the grates, but he has a welders' glove on to beat the heat, otherwise your hand might fry as much as the food.   Simple and easy.

     I haven't looked into it yet but I think you can buy replacement brushes, but if it's a 10 or 20 dollar item?  I might just get him a new one for Father's Day.  He's come a long way in his adventures of grilling and I will help to encourage him along the way - and I don't have to do dishes. (Always a plus.)


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