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DIY BBQ Tips for More Grill Independence

RSM Jerrod Brown has been posting to his Twitter feed a collection of ideas and inspiration for BBQ’ing. Since some of you may not be on Twitter, we decided to compile his tips for you right here.

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What’s on the RSM Grill? You tell us.

Last month, we launched a new feature called “What’s on the RSM Grill?” along with a corresponding Facebook page where you can share pics of your crazy grill action.

Today’s second entry comes to from RSM contributor and Twitter guru, David Reber, who has that whole multicultural cuisine down pat…

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What’s on the RSM Grill? Ask the Belfastian.

Last month, we launched a new feature called “What’s on the RSM Grill?” along with a corresponding Facebook page where you can share pics of your crazy grill action.

Since we’ve done a poor job of promoting it – and y’all have apparently not been grilling – today’s entry comes to us all the way from Northern Ireland…

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Gri’ll Fly Away

Pretty much everyone agrees that a Real Southern Man knows how to grill. “What’s on the RSM Grill?” is a photographic testament to that very fact, and it’s driven by you, our guests. Visit our special grill Facebook page where you can share pics of your crazy grill action.

Click “Read more” to find out what’s on the grill today…

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Grills? We don’t need no stinking grills!

Last week, we launched a new feature called “What’s on the RSM Grill?” along with a corresponding Facebook page where you can share pics of your crazy grill action. Today’s entry wins on sheer insanity alone. Submitted by RSM reader Nicklaus Louis of Austin, TX, this mad act of grill-free grilling was actually perpetrated by his […]

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We want to know: What’s on the Grill?

A universal theme has arisen from your feedback, and it is this: a Real Southern Man is the master of his grill domain. Be it gas, charcoal or stick burners, smokers or direct heat, a top-of the-line Weber or a pointy stick over an open fire, a Southern man lives to grill. We want to […]

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