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Country: North America, US, United States
City: 94110 San Francisco, California
We bought this grill at Lowes about a year ago and after a few returns to the store to make them fix it and get all the accessories that come in the package, we are very satisfied.
I never thought it burned as hot as a bigger grill but it didn't matter much since we are only two people and it is great in that respect; we only need it for small meals. We have since moved to a much higher altitude (from 2500 to 5500) with a cooler climate and it seems to be working better! It is cooking more evenly though the temperature gauges are reading much lower.
We love this grill primarily due to its compact size and how well it fits on a smaller patio.
I am interested in getting a rotisserie accessory but the reviews don't seem to be too good for Char-Broil rotisseries and I am unsure which one to buy. If anyone has any recommendations on that, I would appreciate it.
The Top 300 cards are an excellent learning tool, especially for entry level pharmacy ( and medical students). Other data bases may be a bit overwhelming. The Top 300 cards provide a concise and organized synopsis of the basics. Also, the picture is very helpful for students to visualize the product which is extremely helpful in the learning process.
Wish I had read this book many years ago. Life Code should be a "must read" for all who are 15 years old and older. It contains all the information one needs to prepare themselves for their "adult" trip through life. They should carry this information with them at all times. It's a mine altering book.
Not only is this the perfect filling for any of the fine stemware you might have in the china cabinet, it also is the perfect compliment for the variety pack of Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies (reviewed elsewhere I'm sure)that you only bring out for the "goo company". The silky white elixir drapes the cookie in a liquid bath robe of goodness. I think I might have to evict other foods to the second fridge so that I can keep ready stock on hand as I am hooked.