So I just have to ask: How many of you Toolmongers grill out regularly — even when it’s snowing? I ask because while we see snow maybe once a year down here in the South, it’s not just a white Christmas up north. It’s a white winter. And sometimes a white spring. I just can’t imagine that everyone waits until all the white stuff melts to get your steak (or veggies) on.
We had our first (and probably last) snow of the year last week here in Texas. While I didn’t happen to fire the grill up, I noticed that my neighbor did. Hell, the snow melts off it fine once you’ve got a fire going. I suppose that’s a little more difficult, though, when you have to snowblow a trench to the grill — and maybe put a flag on the grill so you know where to find it.
So do you grill in the snow? And if so, how do you deal with the problems of FEET of snow (instead of the inches we saw)?