- Dimension 23" wide x 16" deep, fit virtually any gas grill.
- Stainless steel, non-stick surface provides stick-free cooking and cleaning.
- Sidewalls are ideal for flipping and turning, keep food on griddle.
The Most Interesting Man in the World Steals My Date at SolToroMarch 12, 2018 - Hartford Courant
Do you know at which Mohegan Sun restaurant "the most interesting man in the world" recently appeared? Jonathan Goldsmith, the actor who played "the most interesting man in the world" in the popular Dos Equis beer commercials that ran from 2006-16...
Moe's, Ulta Beauty and Dick's Sporting Goods opening this month in PaceMarch 6, 2018 - Pensacola News Journal
Moe's is scheduled to open at 11 a.m. Thursday, with a soft opening Wednesday, at 4741 U.S. 90 in Pace Crossing. Ulta Beauty will open at 10 a.m. Friday, March 23, at 4877 U.S. 90 in Pace Crossroads. The first 100 customers each day on March 23-25 will...
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Dry Aged Tomahawk | The Daily Meal
Chef Brian Kevorkian of Grill 23 in Boston teaches us how to dry age our own tomahawk steak topped with a delicious Bordelaise Sauce. Subscribe for daily videos about all things food and drink!...
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How to GrillWorkman Publishing. 2011
Now Steven Raichlen's written the bible behind the Barbecue! Bible. A full-color, photograph-by-photograph, step-by-step technique book, "How to Grill" gets to the core of the grilling experience by showing and telling exactly how it's done. With more than 1,000 photographs and lively writing, here are over 100 techniques, from how to set up a three-tiered fire to how to grill a prime rib, a porterhouse, a pork tenderloin, or a chicken breast. There are techniques for smoking ribs, cooking the perfect burger, rotisserieing a whole chicken, barbecuing a fish; for grilling pizza, shellfish, vegetables, tofu, fruit, and s'mores. Bringing the techniques to life are over 100 all-new recipes -- Beef Ribs with Chinese Spices, Grilled Side of Salmon with Mustard Glaze, Prosciutto-Wrapped,...
The Future of Assisted Suicide and EuthanasiaPrinceton University Press. 2009
After assessing the strengths and weaknesses of arguments for assisted suicide and euthanasia, Gorsuch builds a nuanced, novel, and powerful moral and legal argument against legalization, one based on a principle that, surprisingly, has largely been overlooked in the debate; the idea that human life is intrinsically valuable and that intentional killing is always wrong. At the same time, the argument Gorsuch develops leaves wide latitude for individual patient autonomy and the refusal of unwanted medical treatment and life-sustaining care, permitting intervention only in cases where an intention to kill is present.