June 27, 2011
When I lived in California we grilled all year long, one of the many wonderful perks living on the West Coast. Let's bypass their bankruptcy problems and segue to the East Coast where grilling season has just begun. I have friends that swear by charcoal, mesquite wood and propane. And what gets grilled is always a hot topic: marinades, cuts of meat, cedar plank cooking and grill types rule many a conversation. The latest recipe seen on The Food Network is passed around, as are grilling tips. Flipping a burger only once and not piercing a steak while it's cooking are common thoughts that go along with these recipes. Kabobs have been popular and the star on many a woman's magazine cover. These are simple enough and she can shove all the food groups onto one stick and be done with it. My freezer is packed with boxes of Bubba burgers, sausages and rolls. My go to Salad is an Orzo Artichoke, the recipe is embedded in my brain and it's also simple to make and makes a lot. Leftovers get a little scarce in the summer compared to fall and winters comfort foods. So as her outside landscape changes, so does the inside of her refrigerator and freezer. Dill pickle anyone?
She buzz words
- Beach Umbrella
She could be a
- Newspaper Carrier
She could be working at a
- Fast Food Restaurant
- Fireplace Store
She Phone Starter
When was her most memorable summer?
"What do you mean it's Monday"
The average American household spends approximately $2,270 on utility bills.
If her tupperware becomes discolored she can soak away the stains with a mixture of lemon juice, baking soda and water.
She can take a break from the interstate and enjoy beautiful backroads at www.Byways.org
www.RoadsideAmrica.com points out fun and quirky tourist sites that aren't necessarily known.
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