For those who don't know about the 10 FREE Rib Steaks I got, the story is here: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/105636/why-i-shop-at-giant I finally thawed my first pair of those slices I had cut from that Prime Rib. Basically I just marinated them a few hours in Ken's Teriyaki Marinade, and onto the grill. I usually smoke my steak, and throw my smoked steak and Mrs Bear's unsmoked steak on my Weber Q. This time I decided to break out the secret weapon that I only use when it's just a small cook for me & the Missus. I can't even remember where & when I got this little guy, but it was many years ago! This little grill is only big enough for a small cookout, and it is proof that even this old Bear knows that truth be told, charcoaled steaks are much better than gassed or electrically cooked steaks. Below are the results, and below that are some other things you might find interesting. Thanks for looking, Bear Seven of the 10 Free Steaks: My secret weapon: My chimney on the stand that prevents concrete explosions & such. That driveway in back goes down to my Son's house, another quarter mile through the woods: I threw a few wood pellets in for smoke, but the steak doesn't stay very long: Oh Yeah---Looking good! A He-Bear's meal for sure! This closeup's for you Al: As long as I had the camera out, I figured I'd bore you guys a bit. Some of my landscaping in front of house. Roof of Son's warehouse/shop in background: My front yard Pet Cemetery: Closeup---Shadow (Lab) on left-----Bozo (Kitty) on right. Mrs Bear's wild Johnny Jump-ups collection on hill end of house: Three Tomato plants (for my BLTs) started last week in their 7' cages: Unbelievable Carpenter Bee Trap. Carpenter Bees love Log Houses!!! Caught over 200 in these things, in each of the last 2 years. There are 4 in this one already, and it hasn't even gotten hot out yet. I made 10 of these traps. If enough people are interested, I'll do a thread on these things. Here is a link to my "Carpenter Bee Trap" post: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/106345/carpenter-bee-traps-work-great#post_630519 That's All Folks!