— The old mountain in southwest Montana that serves as a rallying point for the town’s people is turning 80 this month.
But it won’t be long before the mountain’s owner, the legendary William Wilmot, turns 70.
That will be a long time coming for Wilmot.
He’s the guy who made the Montana Grill’s famous grilling, and for decades has been the face of the mountain.
He grew up in the mountain and grew up there, and then moved to Idaho when he was 16.
He went on to be one of the top chefs in the country, making the likes of the iconic New York Strip Club and The Westin Hotel famous.
But he didn’t live to see his birthday.
“It was my retirement,” Wilmot told POLITICO.
“I had a great career, and I just wanted to take it easy and be with my family.”
Wilmot’s grandfather, William “Bill” Wilmot Jr., who owned the original Wilmot Grill, passed away in December at the age of 86.
Wilmot is known for his work at the Montana Barbecue and Saloon, the place he grew up, and the famous buffalo and bison meat.
He was also known for cooking the famous fried potatoes and a local favorite, the turkey stew.
But when he died, Wilmot said his grandfather had given him the idea for the original Montana Grill.
It took a while, but he eventually figured out how to make it work and, in the process, he helped bring his family’s Montana Grill to life.
The Montana Grill is the best grilled meat and cheese in the world.
It’s got everything you’d want from a grilled cheese: cheese, cheese sauce, pickles, and bacon.
The menu features a variety of cheeses, including a smoked cheese, a smoked bacon, and a smoked bison.
And it comes with three different cheeses and a pickle, and it’s all made from the finest ingredients.
But there’s also one thing you can’t get with a grilled meat, cheese, or cheese sauce: a bowl.
You’re not allowed to eat anything inside of it.
You’ll be eating your cheese, your cheese sauce and pickles.
But you’ll also be eating the bread and a lot of it, too.
The grills come with a special “Buckhead” bread that’s made with organic wheat flour, soy protein, and natural butter.
And for some, it may just be the best.
But for others, it’s just a necessity.
“You can’t go hungry,” Wilmots grandfather, Bill Wilmot Sr., told POLITICO’s Ryan Lizza.
“We have a lot to eat.
You know, we’ve been lucky.
We’ve been able to eat pretty much everything we’ve ever had.”
It took him a while to figure out how the Montana grill would work.
He said he wanted to build a grilling business that was “small, slow, efficient, and focused on what you do best: grilled meats and cheese.”
That meant starting with a small family business that would be able to focus on the food that people really liked.
But that’s also what made it so hard.
Wilmot, a self-described “grilling fanatic,” had to get creative and find a way to bring the Montana Grilled Cheese to life at a small scale.
“There were a lot more than 20 people working on it,” Wilmetts grandson said.
“People would come in and they’d order one, and they would come out and they wouldn’t eat.”
He even had to hire some employees to help him get the grills up and running.
But the process didn’t stop there.
Wilmetters grandfather also had to find ways to bring his Montana Grill back to the forefront of the local restaurant scene.
The first step was finding a buyer.
“A lot of times, people will ask you, ‘Where do you sell it?'”
“And we say, ‘We sell it here in the restaurant, in this store, on the radio.’
So the more people we can sell it to, the better.”
But there was another problem: a lack of people willing to buy a Montana Grill that was just one of several.
“When you’re trying to get into the business of doing it, you have to figure it out on your own,” Wilms grandfather said.
Wilmartts grandfather eventually found the right buyer: the legendary chef and restaurateur, Tony Zuccaro.
Zuccares first experience with the Montana grilled cheese was at the Wilmot grill.
He told POLITICO that when he arrived, he saw that the grilling was a success.
“That was the first time I was able to get a taste of that,” Zuccarello said.
He ended up making the Montana grate for $12,000, and he was able, in turn, to make a few more grills