Welcome to the Family

Please welcome Brian to the family. Brian is a Weber One Touch Gold that was found on Craig’s list. Here we see Brian sporting the Weber Rotisserie.



Last night Brian got a through cleaning with Easy Off and then a hot burn off. He is a handsome fellow isn’t he?

He will have to under go surgery to tighten his legs as is common on the One Touch Models. After a few bolts are installed I expect Brian to join my Weber fleet and become an active member.

Brian makes the third and final grill in the charcoal collection. It is not uncommon for me to have two grills going at once and Brian now allows for an option of having a grill at Southport, or as a rotisserie while the others are being used.  


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6 comments:

Micky-T said...

You must be SO proud!

Rock Chef said...

He looks too cute to be called Brian!

Phfrankie Bondo said...

While cute, the naming of material things after Human Beings, much like the naming of sports teams after Native Americans, is now frowned upon on the Public Internets.

Rock Chef said...

Could call it R2-D2!

wReggie said...

This is the only grill which has a name. I can't explain why.

terri said...

I have never given personalized names to any of my material things. I find it creepy to think they might actually have some sort of human personality.

Anyway, have I not mentioned before that you should think about going into business? A grilled-food restaurant on St. Croix sounds right up your alley.