As soon as the weather was good enough my dad would get out the old charcoal grill and scrub it of and fill it will charcoal to burn of all the gunk from the cold season behind us.
After this Saturday ritual he went to the store and bought some hamburger meat and hotdogs to grill for us after church on Sunday.
I just remembered all these things last week Saturday when I looked at my grill and realized how much have changed throughout the years.
I grill and smoke all year long and my kids would never have these early summer, late spring memories I have.
They however have the memories of having grilled and thus healthier food the whole year.
Reason I say healthier is that despite the meaning of people that seared meat is unhealthy, I still think it is healthier then cooked in a skillet with grease.
My way of grilling is so much different than my dad just to do.
His charcoal grill compared to my char broil tru infrared gas grill I just purchased through this link http://www.bettergrills.com/char-broil-infrared-grill-reviews/ is so much better and easier to use.
Besides that the gas is a lot easier to set up and control than the charcoal he had to use. Not to mention that charcoal in his time was not the quality we see now in about every store.
When I started looking for a new grill and was trying to find my way through the forest of brands and possible grill methods I found the best reviews on bettergrills.com and this helped me out a lot.
Their reviews are so easy to read because they are written by people who grill themselves all year around and try to stay ahead with all the new models and technical improvements there are in the market.
If you are in the market for a new grill just visit their website and I bet you can find the perfect grill for your situation and build memories for your children or grandchildren about their father or grandfather and his grill.