- The Sportula is a heavy duty bbq grill tool with a convenient bottle opener at the end
- Premium Grilling Utensil featuring laser-cut logos and heat stamped hard maple handles
Local Fare: Vivint Smart Home Arena's Upgrade Brings in Unique Dining OptionsMarch 1, 2018 - Utah Business
Vivint Smart Home Arena put an unusual twist on these culinary offerings by partnering with local Utah restaurants to give sports fans and concert attendees a wider menu to select from. Four restaurants occupy each corner of the main concourse: R&R...
BBQ event supports nonprofit Cancer ConnectionMarch 8, 2018 - Mohave Valley News
Many of the teams are extensions of their members' hobbies. But Williams said All About Smokin' Q does a little catering. “We do that primarily to make money to keep doing this,” he said. The event was a fundraiser for the River Fund, Inc. Cancer...
R&R BBQ Salt Lake City UT
http://randrbbq.net/ If you are ever in Salt Lake City Utah you should know that there are a wide variety of food options. This is a fun little spot that is doing barbeque right. Give them...
BHurd in Utah Barbecue Directions 2017
June 3, 2017 4 pm - 7:30 pm Murray Park - Pavilion 4.
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Heaven's Hero: A True StoryLulu.com. 2015
"In the initial impact, most of the helicopter's instruments and weight, which had been overhead, came loose and shifted to the right side of the helicopter. When the Augusta K2 hit the ground the second time, everything on that side- the transmission, the two jet engines and the main rotor head- shifted away from me and over to where Craig and Mario were seated. Everything on the right side of the helicopter was crushed from the impact and weight. Even though I was badly hurt and couldn't move, I had missed being crushed." Abbie Guerrero was born in Santa Maria, California and is the oldest of four kids. She loves to write, travel, spend time with her family, and watch sports. She started writing poems in 2006 and published her first book in 2015.
Nightmare In UtahLulu Press, Inc. 2015
Author Brad Charles had always dreamed of opening his own restaurant. In the fall of 2005, he made that dream come true and opened Curly’s Fine Dining in southern Utah. In Nightmare in Utah, Charles shares his experiences of planning for and operating this restaurant named after his stepfather. But for Charles, the dream soon turned into a nightmare. In this memoir, he narrates the ups and downs and pitfalls of business ownership against the backdrop of his personal life. He discusses the many issues he encountered in trying to run a profitable restaurant, and he also describes the host of challenges life presented including his wife Sharon’s cancer diagnosis and subsequent death, his relationship with her children, and dealings with the FBI. While sharing details of the rough patches...