|A humble first mod. I covered all but the back windows with Reflectix. There is a notable difference, of course, in the interior temps while the GDB is parked.|
|Moth balls wrapped in panty hose. Effective mouse repellent or desperate act?|
|First sign of autumn?|
I also made plans to attend the Roatrek tech rally the first week of November. This will be a new experience x 2. I've never participated in a rally nor have I stayed at a private campground. I hope to learn a lot.
More on the Microgrill
|I was concerned it may not fit in the bus's 0.7 cubic ft. microwave. But it does!|
Menu: Bone-in center-cut pork chops, green tomato casserole, and garlic nan.
The preliminary results are in. This is without question a practical piece of equipment for any RV kitchen equipped with a microwave. Whether carnivore or vegetarian .... the Microgrill will provide. It's simple to use, quick, and should I say it? .......... clean-up is a snap!
John, an inventive home cook and charcoal grilling purist, sums it up well: the Microgrill is the next best thing to outdoor grilling.
|Season with Lemon Pepper, microwave 3 minutes per side. Sizzling, hot, juicy, cooked perfectly. The grill marks are a bonus!|
If you are accustomed to a gas grill, you won't miss the absence of smoky flavor. But we do. So next week we plan to try experiment with chicken using Liquid Smoke.
BTW, since I had the camera cocked, here is the Green Tomato Casserole. It's an unusual dish and we love it!
(Note: recipe posted under Jerry's comment).