The Slow-Cooked Sentence

It’s a grill thing

Rachael Conlin Levy
Published in 1957 by the home economics staff of Tested Recipe Institute, Inc.
and with the cooperation of barbecue experts of Big Boy MFG. Co.
Image courtesy of umpqua.

When boys grow up, they replace their fascination for the pocket knife with the grill. Think about it: They hold long tongs, a big, round gas tank is usually involved, and the locker-room talk moves to the backyard. Here’s one line I overheard the other night:

“I used to have one of those little grills, but now I have a big, gas one.”


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