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Old 11-29-2012, 05:09 PM   #43
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One of the folks parked near me at storage has these two BBQ's.
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Can't wait to bump into him. Every time I pick up or drop off seems one or the other is gone.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:13 PM   #44
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Mainly use a Weber Little Smokey. I've found that no gas grill does what charcoal does to the flavor of a steak. I do have a small Coleman gas grill for use under the awning when it's raining though.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:36 PM   #46
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Mainly use a Weber Little Smokey. I've found that no gas grill does what charcoal does to the flavor of a steak. I do have a small Coleman gas grill for use under the awning when it's raining though.
Now you've done it. Started the gas v diesel - I mean gas v charcoal v wood debate. LoL.
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:26 PM   #47
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Coleman Roadtrip series....they have different variations/sizes of the "Roadtrip", but all fold up.

I got one in the same color as my motorhome stripes (blue/green)...they come in several colors I think
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I use an "O- Grill" bought it off amazon for $100.00 with a dent in it. Fires everytime and stows about 8 inches tall.
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Old 04-21-2013, 12:54 PM   #50
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Traeger Pellet Grill

We recently aquired a Traeger PTG pellet grill. We had been using a Weber Q200 for a number of years which was a very good unit.

The Traeger is a combination smoker / grill and the PTG is a small unit that fits well in our bay. It has a flat top which allows the placement of other items on top. The Weber with the rounded top did not allow this.

We are very pleased with the Treager and have had some of the best results ever. Smoking ribs and grilling steak, fish, poultry etc. They have a number of different types of pellets - Mesquite, Oak, Alder etc. that really enhance the flavor of the food. We highly recommend this grill.

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i also like twice the heat from coleman vs weber...now our weber home grill cost 750 bucks and is top notch but 8-12 thou btu is not enough for me....here is the one i plane on getting Amazon.com: Blacktop 360 HFI Premium Party Hub Grill/Fryer, Black/Blue: Patio, Lawn & Garden
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:03 PM   #53
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Looks like will work to hook up to MH and add a spare tank if run our while camping, yes? Thanks
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Hardly fancy compared to some of the pics I've seen on the post, but this is the one I just ordered from Amazon. We've got it's big brother by Char Broil. The original Red grill. The guy from Char Broil I spoke with said the "Red" is the best grill they ever made. The one with the Red porcelain lid, not the stainless version. Best grill I've every used, even compared to $1k plus Weber's. This little one uses a similar infrared method for grill. It results in very few flare ups. Looking forward to the UPS man putting in on my front porch!
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Old 04-22-2013, 10:28 PM   #55
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Scored a Weber Q 100 with rolling cart new for $100, really like the way it cooks. Connect it to a 20lb tank with light mast and i can add the stove in the mix if i want. I preheat to as close to 500 degrees as possible the cook my steaks for 2 minutes per side turning three times for a total of eight minutes for a 1 1/2 steak and it's a perfect medium rare with that nice seared cross hatch pattern. Awesome!
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:04 AM   #56
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Weber Baby Q is the one I most often see on RV campground tables. Not that the others listed above are not also good units.
It may be hard to make a bad choice.

If you do get the Baby Q get the one with a thermometer. I find it useful to regulate temperature and find out when you run out of gas, LOL. Speaking of gas, get a 1 gallon LPG tank and hose to replace the disposable canisters if possible. Good Luck!
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