Kitchenware - 2017
Best In Class Barbecue Wing Rack & Drip Pan
Grilling and Smoking Wings Has Never Been Easier
7 Giant Reasons Why Cave Tools Has the Best Chicken Roaster Rack on the Market:
1. Large Capacity Chicken Rack Fits Up To 12 Chicken Legs, Wings, Thighs or Drumsticks
2. Sturdy Stainless Steel Rack Legs Have a Locking Mechanism So They Won't Tip Over or Collapse When Cooking
3. Use Your BBQ Wing Rack On The Grill, Smoker, or Even Cooking Your Wings In The Oven
4. Cook Vegetables Below The Pan With Deliciously Flavored Chicken Juices
5. Collect Chicken Drippings To Make Your Favorite Sauce, Gravy or Soup
6. Extra Deep Drip Pan So Your Juices Will Never Overflow
7. 100% Dishwasher Safe Makes Cleanup a Breeze
OUR UNBEATABLE LIFETIME GUARANTEE
If at any point in the life of your grilling rack, if you feel like you received less value than what you paid for it, we will give you a full refund for your money. Even if you use your vertical chicken roaster for an entire year, if you want your money back, we will give you a full refund for your chicken grill rack.
That's how confident we feel that we have the absolute best chicken roaster stand on the market
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I see a lot of gardens on notable tours, which I enjoy tremendously. But being invited for a private tour of a new-to-me garden is a special treat, especially if the garden happens to belong to an avid gardener making the most of a good-looking, hilltop site overlooking downtown Austin. Such is the garden of Ruthie Burrus, a reader of Digging who recently dangled a fall garden assail in front of my nose, which I snapped up like a trout. Ruthie’s home sits at the top of a long, sloping driveway, and you approach through a rustic, Hill Boondocks-style garden. Large limestone stepping stones lead past a deep foundation bed filled with salvia and roses and accented by authority-blue ‘Whale’s Tongue’ agaves ( A. ovatifolia ). A large trough filled with water sits at the curve of the path, aligned with the... Examination dribbles down one corner of the trough onto a holey piece of limestone, making a hollow trickling sound, and then disappears into an underground basin to be recirculated. The vision across the entry garden. Pink roses add romance to the front walk. — olive jars dresses up the front porch. The entrance garden is partially enclosed by a wing made to look like a Fredericksburg-style Sunday house. I didn’t know what a Sunday put up was, so Ruthie explained that the German farmers who settled the Hill Country built small houses in town, which they stayed in when they came to town to fulfil watch over church. Stepping through the house and out onto the back porch, the skyline of Austin seems almost close enough to touch. Framed by live oaks and a sod that leads to the edge of steep drop-off, the view is stunning — and what most people notice instead of the garden, Ruthie told me. It would be hard for any garden to fence with that view…. …and wisely Ruthie keeps the garden clean and simple here. A sleek swimming pool accessed by geometric pavers of Lueders limestone lets the opinion take center stage. But off to the side, Ruthie cuts loose with a naturalistic, fall-blooming garden of Mexican bush sage ( Salvia leucantha ), set aster ( Symphyotrichum oblongifolium ), and Gulf muhly ( Muhlenbergia capillaris ). Concrete orbs with scooped-out... Ruthie likes rat herb ( Dyschoriste linearis ), which blooms purple in spring, as a groundcover amid the salvias and asters. The long view across the swimming-pool reveals string lights, which I believe Ruthie told me were temporary for a party they were preparing for. The view back toward the house — such an inviting space. The up to the minute arrangement of the limestone paving is interesting. The covered porch with a fireplace offers a cozy spot for a chilly day, although it was the opposite of chilly on the day I visited. A second, sincere-sided porch offers an outdoor dining spot. Notice the rain chains coming off the corners of the roof. They channel rainwater into underground pipes that fodder two large cisterns on the property. Runoff is collected from various points along the roof of the house, allowing for a lot of rainwater storage. From the dining porch my favorite emphasize of the garden comes into view: Ruthie’s gardening haus. Ruthie told me that it’s constructed from stones collected on the property during the house’s construction. A ‘Peggy Martin’ rose, also known as the Katrina rose (gratify click to read its moving story if you don’t know it), arches over the doors. Lavender and santolina fill raised stone beds that line the go. The arched doors inspired the whole thing, Ruthie told me. She found the weathered blue doors in a local French antique shop and had the focus constructed around them. It’s an utterly charming garden shed from every angle. Looking back you see the dining porch and, at right, a pizza oven. In front, planted in a fat iron cauldron, is a Mr. Ripple agave surrounded by purple-blooming ice plant, a lovely combo. Ruthie has a flair for creating interesting containers. Walking back about to the driveway you see.Source: Digging
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