So among the things I left behind in CT was the grill.
Well, it wasn't really my grill, it was Jason's, but it lived at our apartment since he didn't have any place to put it at his place.
In any event, it was awfully nice having it around during the summer months, and since every month feels like a summer month out here acquiring access to a grill seemed like a good thing to put near the top of the todo list.
A while back, I read about the Weber Baby-Q Grill on Jeremy Zawodny's blog. I rarely cook for more than two or three people at most, and thus it's pretty much the perfect size for me. I ordered one a few weeks ago, and since then I've been enjoying it immensely. If you're in the market for a nice grill that isn't too large or expensive you really can't go wrong with this one. It lights instantly, grills everything I've tried beautifully, and if you don't like the idea of small propane tanks it uses you can get an adapter that lets you hook it up to a standard 20 pound tank. Highly recommended.
Anyway, it's just about time to throw that steak on the grill...