Winter Grilling

If my grill wasn’t covered with snow—if I’d had the foresight to have kept it dug out this winter—man, would I be eating good tonight.

For too many of us who love grilling (and I plead guilty to being in this category), winter is the time when our favorite method of cooking goes into hibernation. But that doesn’t have to be so. What if the delectable bouquets of our favorite grilled foods could mingle with the unique aromas of wintertime?

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