Recently the Grillin’ Fools were approached by a radio show aired in the Houston area called Your Livable Garden. Michael Shawn Kelly and Blinda Ann Kelly, owners of Mirror Lake Designs and winners of five international landscaping awards, host the nation’s longest running landscape architectural radio show which currently airs on AM 700 out of Houston. They discuss all aspects of outdoor design and living including our favorite subject – outdoor cooking.
Below you can click on the links to actually listen to some discussion of what you read about on the website:
In this clip aired February 20th, 2010 we discussed grilling for a crowd which works well with this post which goes into low maintenance grilling for the masses. This one was too long for Youtube so I just went with the audio here:
In this clip that aired on January 16th of 2010 we discussed the different fruit woods that are excellent for smoking meat on the grill:
In this clip that aired November 14th 2009 we discussed holiday grilling in particular grilling a whole turkey or turkey breast for Thanksgiving or Christmas:
In this clip we discuss the things that have changed over the years in terms of grilling. Mistakes we have made and lessons we have learned. I also do a great job of butchering the name of the website so pay close attention for that flub. This clip aired on October 3rd, 2009:
Just in time for Halloween we discuss the perfect Fall recipe which is Apple Pumpkin Ribs as well as Pig Candy. I very nearly make a rather large flub in this clip by coming very close to accidentally insulting my wife’s parents. This clip aired October 24th, 2009:
The picture in the audio clip was taken by Christian Gooden of the St. Louis Post Dispatch which was used in the article that Joe Bonwich did on the Grilling Fools in May of 2009. In the pic from the bottom is my dad Greg – Smokin’ on the Water – Thomas, behind him is my cousin Tom – Big Green Eggspert – Jones and I’m the silly guy on the right with the shaved melon, Scott Thomas – The Original Grillin’ Fool.
Check back periodically for future interviews.