We joined the Pork Steak Rebellion
The EPA is funding a study on emissions from grilling on an open flame, suggesting that your grill should have a special catalytic emissions system and special tray to catch drippings. One St Louis Senator, Eric Schmitt, started a Twitter Campaign to call attention to this proposal and show the EPA that they should have no authority over our backyard bar-b-ques.
Under #porksteakrebellion, the campaign took off, making national news and
probably a nice profit for local groceries as they sold out of pork steaks and other
bbq favorites. I am proud to say we did our part as did my brother-sister in law when we dined on their deck with perfect weekend weather.
Sliced potatoes wrapped in foil, buttered and seasoned.
Grilled onions with rosemary and sage.
plus a few sides.
We even carried it further, attending a bar-b-que today at our neighbor's house
with pork and chicken legs and plus all the sides. It was tough, but someone had to do it.