Thats what we told the butcher when we asked for some chunks of trimmed fat to use in a grilling demo. Mary from Cook’s Warehouse in Atlanta asked us to come up with a way of demonstrating the flame-up control of GrillGrates. I’ve demo’d a lot of pizzas, pasta, fish and veggies, but never had really thought how to demo flare-up control. So we put our heads together and came up with the idea of burning fat. Of course we tested the concept first and then did it a couple of times at Cooks Warehouse to show their staff and customers.
Burning fat really shows the mechanism of flare-ups. Juices dripping into the grill or marinades and sauces its all fire starter when it hits the flame or coals. Susan and I enjoyed grilling at Cook’s Warehouse in Decatur last Saturday, and I am glad Marc dropped by because I did not even stop to take a picture. Susan made some fabulous pizza and pasta after a trip to DeKalb farmers market. Back home, I got some more fat from the butcher again to take a few pictures and video. This will be a different kind of burning the fat video! Thank you Mary and the crew at Cook’s Warehouse. Everyone has been so friendly and supportive, no wonder the stores are so successful! I hope we’ll be back grilling at one of the fabulous Cook’s Warehouse locations again soon.