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Old 06-04-2011, 07:34 PM   #85
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I have the small Weber (Baby Q, Q100, Q120, don't know which, MH is in storage at the moment). I love the way it cooks, way better than my CharlBroil "Commercial Series" from Lowes. I, too, was concerned with the small flame. So small I have to light it with a grill lighter. But, man does it sear steaks perfectly. Preheat at full flame for 5-10 minutes and then go full flame 5 minutes per side with some Montreal or Chicago steak seasoning, yummy, starting to drool as I type this...

I have it hooked to the main LP tank with a 15 foot hose available at many RV stores and easily made up by most LP bulk fill stations.. I have the disposable drip pans. I have the folding cart. I have the add-on wing tables and I now have the add-on LED light which works like a charm. Automatically goes on when you raise the lid. Seems like I tend to cook after watching the sunset at the beach, so it is often dark.

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