Tag Archives: grilling

How To Plan A Dangerous, But Delicious Barbecue

I’m always happy to take requests, Modern Philosophers, and that is what I’m doing with today’s post. The interns read every piece of fan mail that the post office delivers to The House on the Hill, and they tell me … Continue reading

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This Devil Don’t Grill

“I could fire up the grill if you’re hungry,” I told Lucifer as I handed him another Snapple out of the cooler.  “I’ve got some red hot dogs in the fridge.” It was so quiet out on the porch that … Continue reading

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Is That MacGyver In A Toga?

Once upon a time, there was a Modern Philosopher who ate so much at a barbecue that he wanted to turn his toga into a hammock and nap away the rest of his day… As I mentioned in this morning’s … Continue reading

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Burger Me Up, And I Promise To Work Harder

Happy BBQ Thursday, Modern Philosophers!  I’m actually looking forward to going to work today because we’re having a huge cookout and that’s the perfect way to raise morale while also inducing the staff into a food coma. Here’s a photo … Continue reading

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