Ready, Set, Start Your Grills!

March 17, 2015

It's time to pack up the slow cooker and uncover the smoker. The weather is mild and the snow has melted — grilling season has finally arrived! 

There is nothing better than the simplicity of cooking over fire. Your meals don't have to be complicated because the char of the grill adds an ton of flavor. Start off easy this month with steaks, chicken, or sausage. Toss a bunch of veggies on and you've got yourself a meal!

We grilled green sausages, grass-fed bison hot dogs, organic cauliflower and scallions for an incredibly easy Monday night meal. 

We also added some sauerkraut and pickles to round things off. It was flavorful and not one pan in the house was used.

Stop in and stock up on all your grilling essentials, including Big Green Egg accessories.

 

 




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