Grill enthusiasts find a way to get the job done. But that doesn't necessarily mean a grill hack is necessary to achieve wanted results. After all, grilling is about relaxing; fighting through some shaky contraption just isn't for anybody. (Although, with the weather outside being so frightful, one does have plenty of time to ponder possibilities.) For an elegant solution to stir-fry or griddling on the grill, there is an easier way.
Before I get to the iPhone apps of the week, I want to share with you an interesting tidbit I read over at AppleInsider regarding the long-awaited Mac tablet. It's one of those cloak-and-dagger-type stories, where an unnamed, (possibly) credible source made a mysterious phone call to an editor about new hardware from Apple. It all sounds kind of fishy to me, but the source apparently described how he had been at a meeting with Apple and had handled what looked like an iPhone (touch screen, black back panel, home button, and all), except it had a 10-inch screen. … Read more
With the threat of layoffs looming large for many of us, big-ticket purchases are the first to get nixed. So, if you'd been putting off the purchase of a grill, you may have decided that you just can't justify the $400 or so a decent setup costs.
And while it's true that a full-size monster cooking station starts at $400 and runs as high as $2,000, unless you're regularly cooking up whole cows to feed a crowd, you can get by with less. Imagine the great taste of barbecue in your backyard for under $200. … Read more