MY BODY CLOCK marks the start of every summertime outdoor grilling season with Memorial Day, which falls on today. We used to fire up the family BBQ every Memorial Day and watch with envy when neighbour Bill lit his Kalamazoo Grill. Bill's grill required at least two metre-high tanks of propane to make it through the Memorial Day weekend. It weighed in around 400 pounds and it could roast a turkey in less than three hours.
Then there's the Bread Breaker, which can roast up to 1000 degrees Fahrenhiet--a supergrill that would boost back garden BBQ meisters worldwide. All I have is my bog-standard Weber.
I have clipped a picture of the Weber Summit Gold D6 inside my wishlist, rationalising that if we don't buy a second car, we can have a kick-ass barbie that will slay the neighbours. You can play with the vents, the levers, the knobs--all the things that make outdoor cooking the tactile experience we have learned to love.
The D6 would set a happy homeowner back by €1500.