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I thought I’d write up a quick post about something that came across my news feed today – Reynolds Wrap is looking for candidates to become their new “Chief Grilling Officer“. They’re paying $10,000 for someone to travel around the country for 2 weeks and eat ribs. In addition to the $10,000 stipend, you’ll also receive lodging and travel for you and a guest. I’m not sure of the actual itinerary or how many ribs you’ll need to eat, so be prepared. This may be more than just a few Arby’s roast beef sandwiches!

a close up of food

How to apply

According to the Reynolds Chief Grilling Officer page, in order to apply, you’ll need to “submit a photo of yourself grilling your favorite recipe along with 100 words on why you’re the best person for the job by emailing”

The deadline for applications is Wednesday, June 19 at 12 AM CT. Sorry for the short notice but I just found out about it myself!

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