I decided it was time to replace my gas grill. It really doesn’t have many miles on it, I just can’t get the bottle filled locally. Everyone has gone to bottle exchange programs. I don’t want to stand around outside waiting for someone to come open the cage for me. I decided to go back to charcoal.
I decided on a Weber One-Touch® Silver 22.5″ charcoal grill. The box states the grill was designed and engineered in the USA. Weber’s website says the grill is assembled in the USA from imported components. The box came full of loose parts; does that mean it was assembled in the USA by me?
I also picked up a bag of natural wood charcoal and a Weber Rapidfire® Chimney Starter. First I stuffed the bottom of the chimney with Harbor Freight coupons.
I turned the chimney over and filled the top with charcoal. Then I lit the paper.
15 minutes later, the coals were about ready to dump out on the grate.
Burgers were chosen for the first grilling.
Dinner is served. My burger has bacon, blue cheese, tomato, onion, and lettuce. Chips are on the side, with a raspberry wheat beer to wash it down.