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Old 03-07-2016, 05:31 PM   #29
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I too am a charcoal fan. I also have a Weber Jumbo Joe grill, very durable and compact. 254 sq. inches grilling area, approx. 21" tall. Fits into my storage area as well, it goes where the white box is in the pic.

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I didnt realize they had a jumbo joe...just ordered one along with the folding weber table. Thanks for sharing!
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For me it has to be charcoal. I get a lot of use out of this for burgers steaks and chicken. It is sturdy enough to cook/bake/dutchoven with the cast iron cookware we use.

Little heavy at 3olbs but i know it will last a long time........my father had one. I remember it when i was 8 or so years old......found it in the back of his garage when he died 40 some years later.....nothing was wrong with but a little rust needed cleaning off since he had forgot about it for a long time.

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Old 03-09-2016, 09:50 PM   #31
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Charbroil tru infrared is the best we have tried, works great and easy to maintain.
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Old 03-14-2016, 12:11 AM   #32
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Take a look at the Greem Montain Grill Davy Crockett. Not cheap but you can grill, bake, and smoke with it. All you need is food grade wood pellets in your favorite flavors. We have used one for over a year with excellent results.
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I went with the Cuisinart infrared. 12,000 btu's from a table top grill.
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Old 03-18-2016, 12:17 AM   #34
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The Kingsford BBQ grill/smoker. Try it this weekend.



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Has anybody used any of the electric BBQ's that are fairly new on the market?
Napoleon used to have one but it's not available anymore.
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We use the Nexgrill that we bought at Costco for $100. What I like best in this small grill is can get very hot and has two independent burners.

Two burners are hard to find in a small compact grill.
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Weber Q for us too with fold up stand so it doesn't take up tabletop space. Very happy with it. Sturdy and good for grilling steaks, chops, links, fish snd veggies. Pancakes and bacon on the griddle (accessory) are great too. See many others with this grill too.
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:04 PM   #38
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Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett. Wood pellet fired (food grade only). Use as a smoker (225) to a grill (550). Efficient, easy to clean, stores and travels well. A little heavy (57#) but worth the trouble. Cools down fast, able to store in around 10 minutes. Pellets are available almost everywhere.
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Has anybody used any of the electric BBQ's that are fairly new on the market?
Napoleon used to have one but it's not available anymore.
I have an indoor electric grill...but it is an electricity HOG...can't run any appliance in the kitchen while it is on.
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Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett. Wood pellet fired (food grade only). Use as a smoker (225) to a grill (550). Efficient, easy to clean, stores and travels well. A little heavy (57#) but worth the trouble. Cools down fast, able to store in around 10 minutes. Pellets are available almost everywhere.

We've been using ours at home and on the road for a year now. Amazingly versatile piece of equipment. Smoked two six pound chickens on it this week. I'm going to try two pork butts tomorrow.
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I used a Treager at the S&B but it was too big to fit into the bay, so we picked this one up. Works quite well.
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Old 03-26-2016, 02:07 PM   #42
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I have an indoor electric grill...but it is an electricity HOG...can't run any appliance in the kitchen while it is on.

What Brand is your electric grill? Shouldn't draw more electricity than a microwave?
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