[CnD] any blind barbecue pros out there?

Mike and jean mjs1981 at sc.rr.com
Tue Jan 30 05:23:00 EST 2018


I always use the grill baskets.  I use the adjustable basket that can be adjusted to accomendate different thickenesses of meat.  I got mine from a place named "sportsman's warehouse".  They have a website and sell the baskets online.

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Subject: Re: [CnD] any blind barbecue pros out there?

The grill baskets also are really handy. 


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From: Gerry Leary via Cookinginthedark
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First of all get yourself a good set of oven mitts. These are glove like
things that you can put on your hands so with your hands won’t burn touching
read grill. Secondly practice when it’s cold. Get a hamburger patty that’s
already been cooked, and practice finding it and flipping it with a spatula.
You can also use a fork and or a knife or any kind of utensil in your left
hand to help you find the different things on the grill. For more come back
again soon I am a coffee roaster by profession, and I own a café. I do work
in the kitchen there, as well as I roast all of the coffee for my company. I
do a lot of grilling and smoking foods at home, because cooking is one of my
favorite things. I am a totally blind person, and what I find helps the most
is in cooking practicing moving foods putting food on grills and all of
those kinds of things when the grill and the food is cold.

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On Jan 28, 2018, at 6:29 PM, randy tijerina via Cookinginthedark
<cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:

hi everyone, Randy here.
Long story but, I will be in  austin  Texas at the Criss cole Rehabilitation
center...anyone from  austin?
anyhow...Can a blind person barbecue in the pit..and all like a sighted
person?
if so, what are some good tips..and safety mesures?

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