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Archive for May 2010

With summer fast approaching, it's as good a time as any to make sure you have the best grill to meet your needs. The most common types of grill fuels are gas and charcoal. It is important to know the differences between the types of grills before you buy. "It's two different worlds," said Lu Dos Santos, owner of Alltown Gas Grills & Propane in Weymouth, Mass. "A gas grill is much easier to use, you just start the grill and go about your business." Charcoal grills, however, give more flavor to the meat and are usually less expensive than gas-fired grills. More

The pink, pig-shaped smoker in the back of the Diva Q's black Ford truck indicates the 36-year-old mother of three's dedication to the life of a competitive barbecue chef. "I'm not that delicate, honey, I'm a BBQ chick," says the Diva Q, born Danielle Dimovski, a former human resources executive at Zellers who has reinvented herself as a five-time North American Barbecue Grand Champion. "Next to my children and my supportive husband, at the end of the day, barbecue is what I love." More

The town of Libby, Mont., is emerging as a model for how to clean the air by replacing old stoves with new ones. Like Chico, Calif., the town is in a valley where wood smoke can get trapped close to the ground during the winter. So, starting in 2005, the local health department replaced nearly 1,200 older stoves with new wood stoves, pellet stoves or gas or electric heat. They used money from the Environmental Protection Agency, the state of Montana, stove industry and other sources. More

Barbecues have long had a reputation of being the most informal, low-maintenance and least expensive methods of entertaining. Just toss some burgers and wieners on the grill, set up a few picnic tables and you're ready to go. Well, that might work for family cookouts, but a true barbecue is not a casual, slapdash affair. It's every bit as detailed and time-consuming as a formal evening, though it's far from stuffy and is always centered around something coming off the grill. More

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