Originally Posted by Arcticfox
Thanks Yolanda for your kind words. It took a bit to create, but I had nothing better to do the other day as it snowed (again). Good thing our new baby is undercover in a heated shop..... Don't want her to get cold now do we.....lol
Hope all is well on the coast!
Buy the way - if you get a chance ask Phil the best grill for us to buy as I'm assuming he will know a thing or two about that type of stuff....
Doug, You have the snow, we have the rain. Your "baby" is definitely getting the star treatment. Undercover in a heated shop! Does it get any better than that!
We have a Weber at home and love it. But I'm sure you're asking about portable grills. We bought a Coleman Roadtrip Gril
l. Just like anything here on this forum, you'll get a million different opinions on the best grill. We bought the Coleman for one reason: it was almost free! I had a gift certificate to Sports Authority (of all places) given to me at work. The gift certificate was enough to cover about 95% of the cost, so we bought it. And it's actually a great grill. 10,000 BTU's for each side (total 20,000). Super easy to set up, and easy to fold down. It has legs, so no need to find a table to set it on. Cooks steaks and hamburgers perfectly. Haven't tried much else on it, but it works for us.
You can hook it to the propane port, but then you have to buy an propane hose. Instead, we ended up buying one of those small little propane bottles, works great.
Phil's advice, if you can get it for free - go for it! Otherwise, get one that's durable and has enough BTU's. He had his eye on the the Weber Portable Grill
. But we haven't really done much research on it, but it looks nice. A bit more BTU's, but it has no legs, so you'll need a table. There's trade-off's in everything I guess.
Found this article about portable grills:
The Best Mini Gas Grill for Destination Cookouts
We hope to see you in October. And word of warning, I'm going to pick your brain for a few photography tips!