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Old 08-08-2016, 11:36 AM   #29
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We live off of our Holland Companion Grill. Just cleaned it after 10 years of use and now it is ready for the next ten years.

Guaranteed not to burn your food so as such it will NOT char a steak.

Recipe times are spot on so Just Like Ron Popiel - SET IT AND FORGET IT Cooks Chicken, Ribs and Burgers Perfectly and the instructions say it is good for biscuits bt we have never done them.

They are not cheap but will last forever (we are starting our second decade)

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Old 08-09-2016, 10:10 AM   #30
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When unable to use our Smokey Joe Weber, we use the blue Coleman Road Trip Classic propane grill.

20,000 btu with two burners and this model allows closed lid indirect cooking for things like Pork Tenderloin or Stuffed Pork Chops. (Will not do a Turkey).

We have the grilling grates, pan grate, and griddle plates so it also functions like a two burner camp stove either on its stand or directly on a table.


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Old 08-09-2016, 10:58 AM   #31
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I second the Camp Chef for a gas grill. I have the 30, and the grill box for it, I am able to use it as a burner for sauteing, cooking, frying, or boiling, I can put grill box on and I can grill. and with 30,000 Btu available, 700F for searing steaks is very easy and quick to obtain. But it will hold a low simmer too. has legs that remove, easy to store, can be table top or free standing. Also has carry bags available that are fairly heavy canvas type construction keeps basement clean. Check out the website if ya want... Propane Stoves
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Old 08-09-2016, 11:39 AM   #32
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Portable Grill2Go&Reg; X200| Char-Broil&Reg; is what I use to grill steaks. It reaches 650 degrees and will char the outside while remaining medium-rare inside. It has a grill surface that is corrugated steel with slits in the channels... thereby accomplishing the infrared quality they claim. It works. I've gone through most of the other grills over the years and, frankly, this is the first one I have not burned up. Even the full size grills with multiple burners will not stand up to wide-open use as the burners erode and the holes get bigger.

So, if you're looking for char on medium-rare, this is it. If you're ever looking for a grill that will do low and slow, this one is NOT for you.

PS: Shop around. Amazon has it for less and is Prime (free 2 day shipping arrival).
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Old 08-10-2016, 07:40 AM   #33
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At the risk of being redundant, you can't go wrong with the little Webers. Our Q1000 is perfect. I can grill about 8 burgers or so or 4 steaks or chops. When the big grill at home dies, it will be replaced with a second Weber. I'm amazed at how fast they cook, I guess because of the small heated space, and how little fuel they use. The little 1 pound propane cylinders last forever on ours and we use it quite often.
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Old 08-10-2016, 05:36 PM   #34
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Have a camp chef pro 90 three burner and mostly use it for the griddle or boiling. Have a grill box for it also, but don't really care for the performance of it. Currently have a 18" smoky joe and honestly it isn't good at all...not enough distance between grill grate and charcoal...put lid on it to cook and there isn't enough air flow as only the center remains hot. Really a poorly performing grill (and it's a weber)

I have had webers and also high end gas grills (Lynx) at home and large smokers (Pitts and spits and stumps) and a few years back went to a primo ceramic cooker and use lump charcoal. There is nothing better to cook on...from 200 degrees up to 900 and everywhere in between. Try as I might I cannot figure out a good way to easily transport a ceramic cooker in the Rv...I have the space (toy hauler) but they r heavy and fragile. The smaller ones (small bge, minimax bge etc) are far too small to prepare meals for 4-6 people. Considers a Davy Crockett pellet cooker but even at 550 degrees, it does a very sub par job searing....

as such I will likely break down and get a weber q2200 for the camper....not real excited about it but seems to be best available option.
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:14 PM   #35
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We have the Weber Q 1200 and love it. Have had it for over a year with no problems

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