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Old 02-28-2015, 01:02 PM   #15
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Love our Campchef with the optional grill. Didn't need the pizza oven as we just make the pizza right on the grill.
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Weber is great at sending replacement parts free (you pay shipping) Have done it a couple of times. Spoke to another shopper at CW and he agreed with the my statement. Give Weber a call. Customer Service is great also.
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After seeing Mike Brez Green Mountain Davey Crocket pellet grill I had to have one.
Thanks Mike.
I ordered mine this morning and can't wait to get it.
The direct heat grill option is great.
Let know if you have any troubles.

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Which is the easiest to clean? Our grill is pretty big and a pain to clean before putting it away.


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Old 02-28-2015, 07:55 PM   #19
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I bought the cheapest gas (propane 1 lb bottle) grill I could find. Only use it for bake potatoes and grilled corn. Anything else that is meat related goes on the charcoal grill that I use hickory chunks and Kingsford charcoal.
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Old 02-28-2015, 09:38 PM   #20
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It's not on your list...but...We have used this Coleman for 5 years now with cast iron grills, griddle (don't use much) and the stove grate (use it all the time)
I consider that grill one of the worst I ever purchased! Put out good even heat but too frekin hard to clean! Food drips on to pan & bakes in. Got dirty fast. Ended up giving away with the pictured options as well.
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Which is the easiest to clean? Our grill is pretty big and a pain to clean before putting it away.


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I LOVE our Webber Baby Q- Just wished I had bought the bigger one! Almost self cleaning.
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Old 02-28-2015, 09:43 PM   #22
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After seeing Mike Brez Green Mountain Davey Crocket pellet grill I had to have one.
Thanks Mike.
I ordered mine this morning and can't wait to get it.
The direct heat grill option is great.
Let know if you have any troubles.

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Old 02-28-2015, 09:45 PM   #23
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The Weber Qs are great, but don't get the big one. Too heavy and bulky. Mine cooks great. No regrets except I would get the smaller version next time.

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Hey Don. Wanted the larger Baby-Q have the smaller one, want to trade? LOL
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I'm looking to purchase a gas grill for our MH. I have narrowed it down to three choices.

Solaire Anywhere! Portable Infrared Grill:

Solaire Anywhere! Portable Infrared Grill, 20 ga. 304 SS. Includes Carrying Bag.

Does any one use any of these? What do you think or does anyone have a better recommendation?
I purchased this infrared grill and have had good luck with it for the dozen or so times I've used it so far. It's a heck of a lot cheaper and looks slightly larger than the one you picked. May not be as high in quality (I haven't looked at your selection personally) but I find the one I bought sturdy and well made. It is six pounds heavier than the Solaire model.

I hooked it up to a standard 20lb propane tank so it lasts a long time (haven't used one tank yet). I've also cooked with it under really heavy wind conditions and it worked like a champ. Gets very hot and has a nice temp gauge on it.
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I consider that grill one of the worst I ever purchased! Put out good even heat but too frekin hard to clean! Food drips on to pan & bakes in. Got dirty fast. Ended up giving away with the pictured options as well.
It takes me about 2 minutes to change the foil I lay in the pans. I'm lazy.
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It takes me about 2 minutes to change the foil I lay in the pans. I'm lazy.
Needed to use the foil! Thanks!
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While I don't have the Solaire grill, I have a similar looking infrared SS tabletop grill that is great. It gets super hot with the infrared heating that makes it perfect for searing steaks, yet you can turn it down for slow cooking. I picked up ours at Amazon for about 1/3 of the cost of the Solaire. I've had it for probably 5-6 years and used it a lot


update - Just did a search and here is the one I got-- http://infraredgrillsonsale.blogspot...ll-review.html
We use a very similar grill as well and it is great but it does have a smallish grilling area. Were have had ours for at least five years and it is still working great. Just a few weeks ago were purchase a portable Traeger pellet grill/smoker. Initially it was to replace the ir grill but were landed up keeping both!
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I consider that grill one of the worst I ever purchased! Put out good even heat but too frekin hard to clean! Food drips on to pan & bakes in. Got dirty fast. Ended up giving away with the pictured options as well.
At least on the LE model I bought you are supposed to fill the chrome lower pan with water..it even has a "fill line" on it. Spraying the water pan with Pam first makes cleanup that much easier.
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