Not sure if you have had a editorial review of your report or note. If you
have and there is nothing new here, please just ignore me.
At 04:43 AM 19/09/2002, you wrote:
>INITIAL COOKING TRIAL
>My first time flipping the burger send the grill and burger flying;
>after that I learned to steady the grill during the flips.
# I think "send" should be "sent" in this sentence.
>The burgers produced much less grease and splatter than I expected - due
>to the even cooking of heat distributor, most of the meat's juices were
>locked inside, making the burgers quite tasty when it came time for
# I think you need a "the" between "of [and] heat distributor" in the
sentence above, i.e., it should read "due to the even cooking of THE heat
distributor, most of the meat's ... "
>Attempts to used a paper towel to brush off the residue were
# I suggest you change "used" to "use" in the above sentence.
>On the other hand, a wind screen which surrounded the grill and was
>high to shield both the stove and grill together directed heat so well
>that we needed to be very careful to not burn things.
# I suggest you include the word "enough" between "high AND to" in the
above sentence, i.e., "... an was high ENOUGH to shield both the stove and
the grill ..."
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