I have a feeling that our upcoming vacation is going to make me long for Disney even more than I usually do. This month, we have rented a cabin in a state park on top of a mountain. Well being staying a long weekend. I am hoping for some solitude, but one ridiculous thing has me concerned the BBQ pit. DH and I both work full time+, and we eat out a lot .like at least 95% of the time. (I work for a restaurant company, which takes a lot of pressure off of the budget, too.) That being said, we will be cooking for ourselves for the entire weekend. There is an open grill (the kind that is built into bricks without a lid) at the cabin that DH is convinced we are going to be able to use. Does anyone know of any BBQing for Dummies websites? Or good (and extremely easy) recipes for open grill cooking? The things I have googled up so far are making my head spin. I would think not having a lid on the BBQ would cause it to take forever to cook something like a steak. I think I can handle the side dishes, but I am afraid we will starve for protein up in the mountains if we cant get this BBQ thing down. P.S. I am a city girl through and through, and last summer, I could not start a fire in a pit while camping to save my life. I need all the help I can get. There are things I do well in life, but my domestic, kitchen skills verge on pathetic. I would hate to see us waste a bunch of money on food that we ruin and cannot eat. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.