Saving Money By Grilling All Weekend Long

flag.jpgHope everyone is enjoying the long weekend – my sister came into town to visit, and usually this is a time when spending increases – eating out, visiting touristy spots, buying souvenirs, etc. But instead, we bought our first little grill and are eating outside all weekend! The grill set us back about $25, but we’d spend that much even on a single fast food meal for us. We’ve got cedar plank griled salmon, beer-marinated brats, and steaks wrapped with bacon on the menu, all at prices much less than any comparable restaurant. And to be patriotic, it’s Bud Light all the way. Careful with those fireworks!

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  1. Hi there. I hope you are still doing well even if you aren’t working. It takes a lot of courage to leave your current job. Take the time to think of new business and Internet ventures that you could pursue. Keep writing – Mike.

  2. Hi there. I hope you are still doing well even if you aren’t working. It takes a lot of courage to leave your current job. Take the time to think of new business and Internet ventures that you could pursue. Keep writing – Mike.

  3. Cooking at home ussually save money and allow for longer family and friends gatherings than your favorite restaurant.

  4. Thanks Mike! I’m currently finishing up work right now, I’m definitely looking forward to learning new things and finding another job that’s rewarding. I’m definitely also with you in findind new business ventures too ;)

    I’m not posting because my sister was in town and work is killing me trying to tie up all these loose ends. I’ll be back in the swing of things very soon.

    Jose, you’re definitely right. The weather is great, and we spent probably less than $100 for food for three people the entire long weekend. That’s like two meals total going out to eat.

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