Get paid to travel and eat BBQ

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    Reynolds Wrap is better known for its aluminum foil wrap than for its dream job opportunities, but it appears that things are changing dramatically in the world of kitchen products.

    Reynolds Kitchens is looking to hire a Chief Grilling Officer to travel the US while sampling food from many of the country’s best barbecue restaurants. The lucky CGO will also share tips on preparing, grilling, and devouring meats and veggies on the Reynolds Kitchens blog along the way. The gig pays a shiny $10,000 along with all travel expenses including flights and hotel rooms for you and one other person.

    Last year’s inaugural winner was Kari Blanks, and she traveled to Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City, Dallas, and Austin, documenting her travels along the way on the Reynolds Wrap blog.

    If you think you have what it takes to become CGO, send your application to careers@ReynoldsWrapCGO.com by midnight on June 19. Make sure you submit an original photo of yourself hard at work behind the grill along with 100 words on why you’re the only one that can truly master this role.

    The only bummer is that the job only lasts for two weeks — but you might be craving a pizza or a salad by that time, anyway.