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Old 11-03-2020, 03:06 PM   #29
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I do some smoking with lump charcoal, Pecan or Apple chunks and meat rub with a small weber kettle, when time permits.
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I have a road trip and a q1000 the road trip is heavy and hard to clean. The q works great for burgers and easy to clean I will probably add a Blackstone this year there only two of us
Only two of us as well. We're starting to look seriously at the Blackstone, probably the 22-inch model for the extra burner and temperature control.
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Old 11-09-2020, 02:51 PM   #31
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Look into a Cobb Grill if you like long slow cooking/smoking. Can be a pain to clean, but the meals from that are nothing short of great. A bit pricey also, but worth it.
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Old 01-27-2021, 10:49 AM   #32
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I am clinging to a few really inexpensive folding butane stoves from back in the tenting days. With a propane adaptor the simmer or blaze!!!!! But a piece of 3/32" or even 1/4" plate steel is needed in extremes cold to disperse the heat evenly when it's windy under the thinner pans. It makes a ton of difference but it is slow to react, like a home electric cook top. Round gun target "gongs" are perfect. see: https://www.ebay.com/itm/8-ROUND-STE...sAAOSwol5YwHe1 . . . I like cooking outside at the picnic table with backpacking gear I have had forever. It's has a nice camping feeling.
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Old 01-27-2021, 12:48 PM   #33
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Coleman Road Trip Classic Grill

We have had a Road Trip Classic (blue) for about 15 years.

It is flexible as it can be used as a stove/ grill/ griddle or two of the three at the same time.

On our unit we can close the lid to contain the heat, but evidently not all similar Coleman grills can. I have read the handles melt on some.

It is very easy to do closed indirect grilling because of the two burners.

Wind has not been a problem.

The Roadtrip has its own table or can be used on another table.

Negatives:

1. Difficult/impossible to do closed grilling with a whole bird or ham.

2. Not much fun and cumbersome to clean it after use.

3. It is a handful to carry/store. A young person's grill.....

Normally, we use a Weber Jumbo Joe 18" Charcoal grill, unless prohibited.
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Old 01-27-2021, 08:05 PM   #34
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100% Blackstone 22” griddle as one cooking tool for camping. I also have a 36” at home that I love. Smash burgers (way better than burgers on a propane grill), walking tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, pancakes, eggs, bacon, French toast, hash browns, grilled cheese, etc.
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Outdoor Cooking Gear Ideas

Although more expensive than many, you get what you pay for. I love my Napoleon. I am into quality, simplicity and ease of use. I have used it for many years. I only have room for one grill so this is what I use. I have the Weber at home but it is half the grill this is.

Easy to store, easy to clean and simple to use. It comes with a beautifully made travel bag that it is stowed in, that also carries the propane bottle, grilling tools and a roll of paper towels. I can put it inside the motorhome without worrying about staining the carpet.

The wind never affects it and the temperature is steady. I also have a cast iron griddle that fits inside it, I use for eggs, pancakes, etc. I haven’t any complaints and highly recommend this grill.

https://www.napoleon.com/en/us/grill...-2225-tq2225po
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We bought a Blackstone 22" from Ebay this season for $115. It is my favorite portable grill ever. I have had a portable infrared Char Broil that has served us well for 4 years but I haven't used it this season. The BS is my go to. The 2 zones are very handy, cleanup takes 3 paper towels and 5 minutes, easy to store by putting the top in the basement and the bottom on top of it without being to heavy. It takes up less room than the Charbroil.
I am also going to set it up at my outdoor kitchen at home in the summer between the smoker and the grill. If friends stop by I can whip up some fajitas in 15min and feed and army without a bunch of clean up!
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