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smokedummy

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The cheapest propane grill. Note the flattened-tin-can flame spreader I had to rig after the first one rusted out. Soon after this camping trip, the burner finally disintegrated; on to cheap grill #3!



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Bought new Weber Q300 yesterday!

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No burning picnic table tops & upsetting CG operators & future campers here.



A Magma marine grill, original size, with a home made adapter for clamping on any table seat, truck tailgate or bottom step of RV. Cooking on the ground is an unknown activity.



cooks more than steaks.


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Weber Q-200 for us.

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just got a solare anywhere grill it is th first small grill i have seen with enough heat well worth the cost

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smokedummy we had the same one and tried it once and went back to looking for something else. Finally broke down and bought the Q100 Weber. Donated the cheapy to the DI. For us the Weber meets our needs, small enough for the two of us with enough power to cook a steak properly. We use a Coleman RoadTrip at home but don't want to pack it back and forth.


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Don & Linda, Nope the roaches are cooked as you see them. This one was happily sitting in a hole less than an hour before he met the grill.

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Here are some various grills if that's your thing.
Grill website.
Another grill
More grills


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Don & Linda

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Posted: 02/26/12 09:52pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Veebyes wrote:

No burning picnic table tops & upsetting CG operators & future campers here.

A Magma marine grill, original size, with a home made adapter for clamping on any table seat, truck tailgate or bottom step of RV. Cooking on the ground is an unknown activity.



cooks more than steaks.



I never thought of stealing the magma off the boat.

Also I've always hot water potted our "bugs".
How are they, dry roasted, any special technique or recipe?


Sorry if this post seems long, I lacked the time to make it shorter.
almost quote from S.L. Clemens

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Weber Q 220, best Bbq pit I ever own for camping..Easy clean up ,and no flare ups...


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