[Sca-cooks] Speaking of BBQ...

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sun Aug 1 16:57:22 PDT 2010

I don't grill outside when the heat index is over 100, but I will  
grill in January when it's freezing with snow on the ground. I went  
with a Weber gas grill when we moved here and haven't regretted it.  
It's quicker and I don't have to wait for the warm-up or keep charcoal  
around.  I do plan to buy medium Big Green Egg one of these days or  
get a smoker. But not right now.

Raichlen's books--
I would go for the hardbacks as you want them to last.
Check Amazon but also check Jessica's Biscuit.
Hardcover there is $21.00

Paperback on Amazon is $14.52 but the hardcover is $14.99.

Is this the time to mention that I have autographed copies of some of  
these because when he was promoting Barbecue USA he did a stop in Ann  


On Aug 1, 2010, at 6:57 PM, Michael Gunter wrote:

> I just went out and bought a Weber 22" One-Touch Gold series kettle  
> grill.
> After a lot of research I decided this is the best that I'm willing  
> to spend
> money on. $150 seems a lot but is pretty cheap when you consider the  
> next
> model I wanted is the $500 Big Steel Keg Grill or the $700 Big Green  
> Egg.
> I'm still saving my pennies to get the nice professional wood pellet  
> smoker
> I have my eye on, but this will let me play with fire. I already  
> have a nice
> gas grill but I might wind up doing more cooking on the Weber.   
> We'll see.
> I did get proper lump charcoal as well. I'm just not a briquette  
> kind of guy.
> And I have no idea why I did this when it is 105 F. outside.
> Now I just need to get a couple of Raichlen's books.
> Gunthar

More information about the Sca-cooks mailing list