Today's Idiot Review Comment - non recteq

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RPopeilFan

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  1. RT-1250
My neighbor is interested in purchasing a fancy flatop rotisserie charcoal grill and asked me to take a look. So off to BBQGuys to check out the reviews and this text is in the "professional chef" review:

While the rotisserie gives the Everdure HUB II its “wow” factor, the grill itself deserves praise for how evenly it distributes heat. Traditional kettle grills fail to do this well — gravity pulls coals to the center of their round bodies, making it harder to spread them where desired and thereby limiting heat control. :ROFLMAO::rolleyes: I'll take Charcoal Grates for 500 Alex.

It tickled me so much I laughed out loud and the wife gave me a "you crazy old coot" look.
 
My neighbor is interested in purchasing a fancy flatop rotisserie charcoal grill and asked me to take a look. So off to BBQGuys to check out the reviews and this text is in the "professional chef" review:

While the rotisserie gives the Everdure HUB II its “wow” factor, the grill itself deserves praise for how evenly it distributes heat. Traditional kettle grills fail to do this well — gravity pulls coals to the center of their round bodies, making it harder to spread them where desired and thereby limiting heat control. :ROFLMAO::rolleyes: I'll take Charcoal Grates for 500 Alex.

It tickled me so much I laughed out loud and the wife gave me a "you crazy old coot" look.
Set it, and forget it!
 
My neighbor is interested in purchasing a fancy flatop rotisserie charcoal grill and asked me to take a look. So off to BBQGuys to check out the reviews and this text is in the "professional chef" review:

While the rotisserie gives the Everdure HUB II its “wow” factor, the grill itself deserves praise for how evenly it distributes heat. Traditional kettle grills fail to do this well — gravity pulls coals to the center of their round bodies, making it harder to spread them where desired and thereby limiting heat control. :ROFLMAO::rolleyes: I'll take Charcoal Grates for 500 Alex.

It tickled me so much I laughed out loud and the wife gave me a "you crazy old coot" look.
When I read some reviews my head tilts and I remember this

 

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