Do you love grilling steaks, burgers or other meats but hate using your outdoor grill during the winter time?
If so, I recommend you check out this awesome indoor grill from Philips.
I have serious back problems so I always end up paying for it every time I pull out my snow shovel and clear my driveway.
Luckily, the winters in my neck of the woods are relatively mild in terms of snowfall. That means the actual times I need to shovel snow are few and far between.
But if I lived in upstate New York, Utah, the northern great plains or some other area where it snows often and deep I’d want a way to keep the snow off my driveway without ever having to pick up a snow shovel!
Are you a steak lover?
If so, you might be wondering how your favorite restaurant always manages to cook your steak to perfection every time you order one.
These hot new “must-have” items always work flawlessly in the TV commercials, but when we buy one and actually try it out we’re often disappointed with the actual results.
I’ve tried enough of these so-called hot miracle products over the years that I’m now quite skeptical of every new one that comes out.
That’s why when I happen to find one that really does work as well as the ads claim I make it a point to tell everyone I can about.
One of the arrows in my quiver has been using a filtering water pitcher to remove the impurities from my drinking water.
I’ve tried several different brands of filtering pitchers, including multiple models from both Brita and PUR.
I’ve generally been happy with them, but here lately it seems like every other commercial on TV is pitching the Zero Water pitchers.
After seeing the head-to-head comparison between Zero Water and Brita for about the zillionth time I decided to give the Zero Water a try.