Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Timely Tips For Indoor Barbequing

Everywhere, USA--With the winter chill setting in, many of us will be moving our charcoal grills inside to provide a quick and tasty snack, not to mention some additional warmth, over the joyous holiday season.

Here are some timely tips to get the best results from your indoor barbequing from the culinary experts here at The Politics of Dancing.

1: Make sure to always use the lid when grilling indoors. Otherwise, you run the serious risk of getting nasty black soot on your ceiling and furniture. Also, putting an old blanket, or some other equally flammable object under the grill to catch the smoldering ashes is also suggested.

2: Close up all the windows and vents in the home to lock the tangy barbecue aroma into all the food you will be cooking for your family and guests this winter.

3. Disable your carbon monoxide detector before you fire up the grill. Those things are a rip-off anyway, and they are always going off in the middle of the night for no reason, scaring the ever-lovin' daylights out of you!

4. Always remember to invite you neighbors' kids and pets to share in the indoor barbequing action. You don't want them to think that you are selfish, do you? Besides, there is always plenty of food to go around at a barbecue!

5: After the meal, keep the charcoal grill smoking for the rest of the evening in case you get the urge to make yourself some s'mores after the wife and kids have drifted off to their endless sleep...

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