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Q grill is the bomb

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AnEv942 wrote:

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We use a small table top-uses 1# bottles, think I paid less than $20 from local discount drug store, though several years ago. Folds up pretty compact, easily fits in compartment.


This is the same one that I use only in black. Only issue is that in really cold or wind it does not have a pile of heat. But for the price cannot be beat!


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We have an LL Bean O Grill that we purchased when we were in Maine (at original store) about 10 years ago. At the end of each camping season, we use the pressure washer on it to get the accumulated junk off of it.

It's still in great condition.


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I use a small bottle Weber. Stock, it needs hinges added because the lid comes off.


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I like the mall WeberQ, because it is cast metal and does not rust while being stored. HOWEVER!! We did learn the hard way, that grease and stuff left in it during the summer WILL grow mold. Opened our us after a warm summer, and found it full of a lump of green mold. So we washed it out good, scrubbed the grill, installed a full new gas can, and burned it out good. blew out the dust, washed it again, and have been using it ever since with no problems. I just make sure to burn it out well after use and before storage.


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specta wrote:

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It might not be as "portable" as you're looking for but I got tired of those little grills that use the 1 lb bottles.

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We just got one of these. Took it to our winter runaway spot in Mesquite, NV. It’s a great tabletop grill. Cooks very nicely and easy to clean.


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We're in the cheap and easy category. These things fit in the side bin of our camper (passenger side, rear), along with a few bottles, wire brushes, and stuff. Only problem arises in really windy conditions. Sometimes I have to 'move' it (the effort is extensive)..

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brholt wrote:

We use this one:

Coleman Propane Grill

It fits nicely in a compartment of the AF camper


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We used to haul around a Weber Q200, huge, heavy, hard to store, PITA to clean. Got tired of the mess, greasy drip trays, burnt stuff accumulating inside, smells inside camper, etc., and yes mold if it sits too long.

We switched gears and now have a 2-burner propane stove instead of a grill and a rectangular griddle top that has a groove to catch grease. This baby puts out some heat! Cleanup is soooo easy, everything is light and small. It all fits in our outside generator compartment with room to spare. Hooks directly to our LP line, or you can use regular high-pressure bottles.
We can make just about everything on it we used to throw on the grill, minus the flame-grilled taste. We can make our pancakes and bacon for breakfast, grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch, veggies and chicken kabobs for dinner, all with this one setup.
Just a thought...
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For bigger party I take small charcoal bbq, but when there is only 2 of us, the instant grill works just fine.

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