Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
The back yard sizzle Ah. the outdoors steaks cooked depending how you like on an open fire. The simple life's not that simple anymore. The necessity to keep up with the Jones' has extended to the outdoor barbecue and the backyard chef is getting more sophisticated every year. Barbecues are coming in all shapes and prices. The more sophisticated the the more expensive his barbecue can be. The next time Fred invites you over for dinner the don't be surprised if he's done away with that old style grill and is burning your steak on a new tangled The smoker wagon comes with or without a heat an enclosed lid with a glass a raise and lower fire-pan and. .believe it or not. white wall wheels. It may not burn the meat any better than the old but it will look much better alongside your new patio table and lounge chairs- Depending on how wealthy you are. or how sophisticated you want to barbecues are priced from about to For those who want to go manufacturers have come up with a grill called the ranch wagon barbecue to give that feeling of the wide open spaces and cattle drives. there's the kettle barbecue for backyard chefs who go for old fashioned names. By MICHAEL ROGERS Herald Staff Writer Bill Voth of 2514 12th Avenue S. favors a steak cooked over a gas bar- becue.