Who wants to craft a response to Robin Rinaldi's question which appears in "side dish" this week????? (the questions is, "I recently read an article by The New York Times' William Grimes bemoaning the grill as "the least imaginative way to engage a piece of meat that the human mind can devise." He chides Americans for seeking comfort food and says eating should be education, not solace, its rewards reserved for those who dare to dive into sea urchin. The classic Joy of Cooking, on the other hand, says, "There is no finer treatment for a thick, naturally tender steak than to toss it onto the grill." My my. It would seem we're dealing with a subjective experience here. So what do you say? Grilled steak or sea urchin? Solace or adventure? Send your rants and ravings to firstname.lastname@example.org.") I'm not sure that was quite the context of Grimes' quote - but Rinaldi requires a response!