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Old 04-16-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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O most of you carry a larger gas grill in the basement? I bought a small table top propane grill for $30 and it took forever to cook, not very hot.

Is there a decent and not too expensive propane grill that travels well? Collapses? I want to run it off the rv propane by adding a valve.....

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If you do a search you should find plenty of info on this. The portable webers are very popular.
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We have a Stainless Steel grill from Lowes. This is a great grill and we have used this grill a lot. We professionally use a grill just like it in one of our other biz. Cost is $89.00 and I think the grate size 18 x10. We also have a griddle that fits perfect and you can cook eggs, pancakes, bacon, steaks and whatever. We have ran one for 10 hours straight without cutting it off many times. The lid latches down with the griddle inside. Cooked on a Holland grill(tried to) and absolutely hate them. Especially for $300.00 +.
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X2..It cooks better then my Home webber. Takes a bit of a space in the storage compartment, but I wouldn't trade for any other..
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We find the George Foreman Electric Grill available at WalMart pretty handy. $20. Very compact and durable so far. From freezer to plate in 10 minutes. It cooks both sides at once, so no need to turn. We've done steak, burgers, fish, chicken. Does a surprisingly good job!
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Theres a Stainless steel grill available at Costco in Canada, I point that out because I'm not sure if the Costcos in the States carry the same lines, go's for $120Cdn. Works real well and the regulator/hose can be replaced with a much longer hose, I had a 10ft hose made, and a quick connect.
Costco - Nexgrill Portable Propane Grill=
Of course you will need a "T" after your onboard regulator if you don't already have a quick connect off your tank.
Hope this helps.
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PS. Forgot to mention that it sits flat in a storage bay.
Also forgot to mention that I had 12 ~1/4lb burger patties on it no problem.
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O most of you carry a larger gas grill in the basement? I bought a small table top propane grill for $30 and it took forever to cook, not very hot.

Is there a decent and not too expensive propane grill that travels well? Collapses? I want to run it off the rv propane by adding a valve.....

Thanks!
I guess we have the same one you do and for sure it takes time to cook om it. I saw a nice Stainless Steel one at Sam's club for $99 but haven't purchased one yet.
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My vote would be for the Weber Q. Small enough for portable, but cooks very well.
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DW is afraid of gas grills, don't like em at all. Hmmm, loves the gas stove in the MOHO, don't like gas grills, go figure. Anyway, we bought the small electric job a CW for about $120. Small, stores easy and does a fantastic job on steaks.
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We have a Stainless Steel grill from Lowes. This is a great grill and we have used this grill a lot. We professionally use a grill just like it in one of our other biz. Cost is $89.00 and I think the grate size 18 x10. We also have a griddle that fits perfect and you can cook eggs, pancakes, bacon, steaks and whatever. We have ran one for 10 hours straight without cutting it off many times. The lid latches down with the griddle inside. Cooked on a Holland grill(tried to) and absolutely hate them. Especially for $300.00 +.
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Theres a Stainless steel grill available at Costco in Canada, I point that out because I'm not sure if the Costcos in the States carry the same lines, go's for $120Cdn. Works real well and the regulator/hose can be replaced with a much longer hose, I had a 10ft hose made, and a quick connect.
Costco - Nexgrill Portable Propane Grill=
Of course you will need a "T" after your onboard regulator if you don't already have a quick connect off your tank.
Hope this helps.
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PS. Forgot to mention that it sits flat in a storage bay.
Also forgot to mention that I had 12 ~1/4lb burger patties on it no problem.


I got the same one at Costco in the US and they are now also sold at our local Lowes this year. I got a quick disconect with a 15 foot hose from Lowes. Love it and it is really compact.
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