My very first grill was a Webber Smokey Joe. It came with a small recipe book. One of those recipes was for Cornish Game Hens. I followed the recipe instructions, and was rewarded with the juiciest, most flavorful fowl I had ever eaten in my life. I learned to grill on that little bbq grill. I also taught my children what hot meant with that grill, bringing them to the hot fire, letting them feel the heat, close enough for discomfort but no injury, and then saying hot. I did that three times in succession with each of my four kids. Not one of them ever reached out to touch something that we told them was hot. And we never told them something was hot that wasn't.
The Smokey Joe, a truly great grill, and versatile teaching tool.
Seeeeeeya; Goodweed of the North