So does anyone feel like sharing special grilling tips and techniques? Have any delicious recipes or tips to share on grilling? In fact, what's the most unusual thing you've ever grilled? Was it a success? Okay as far as grilling tips, I only just recently learned to get that special wood flavor, be sure and soak the wood chips before putting them on the grill. Here all along we had simply been adding them right to the grill whether using gas or charcoal. Some of our favorite items to grill include first taking an aluminum pan and coating the bottom with olive oil and then just simply slicing up whatever fresh veggies are on hand and layer them in the pan. Add your favorite spices, cover the top with foil and place on the grill. Additionally we discovered the "beer can" chicken. I'm not sure where this device is found as we received it as a gift from my son but it's a stand in which you insert a can of beer (or soft drink) and then insert the chicken over top the stand. Be sure and place half an onion on top of the opening of the chicken to seal in the flavor. Coat the chicken all over with your favorite spices or inject your favorite marinade into the chicken. Place on grill, close grill cover and let it go. We use the chickens from Costco and find that it usually takes 2 hours for it to grill and the result is a delicious, tender and flavorful chicken. Has anyone tried grilling duck? This is on my husband's list of things to try on the grill. Bon appetite!