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Old 07-31-2006, 07:27 PM   #1
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Smile Weber Baby Q Griddle

I really hate trying to fry bacon in a pan on the stove in my trailer and we may not have any coals on the fire to set a frying pan on so I decided to purchase the griddle that fits the Weber Baby Q grill I purchased earlier in the year. I haven't tried it out yet but I envision a folding aluminum slat table purchase in the future to set this combo on. Ahhhh, I can smell the bacon and eggs cooking as we speak.
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:48 PM   #3
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Didn't know they made one. Thanks for the tip. Where can I get one in California?
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i had a real good buddy of mine give me a 3 burner canning stove, it is the type without legs. perfect for a picnic table. the top is cast iron with a pull out enameled try for cleaning.

all i had to do is shoot it withsome bbq paint and add a new regulator from menards.

since i usually carry a spare 30 pounder it is very handy, and yes greasy cooking is best done outside if possible.

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We use the regular size Weber Q at home and have considered getting the Baby Q for the trailer. However, it isn’t easy to store it inside the Airstream. Carrying it in the back of our TV smells up the vehicle, and we don’t like that smell while driving.
I’m looking for a air tight box just big enough to hold a Baby Q or something similar quality grill.
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Pelican makes airtight boxes,in fact I was thinking of getting on to carry a generator in. Darrell P.S. they also make airtight bags--------Looks like it makes good step too!
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Didn't know they made one. Thanks for the tip. Where can I get one in California?
I ran across a picture of the griddle in the material that came with my Baby Q. When I went to the Weber website, there were no prices listed. I went to ebay and found mine on auction by webercloseouts. I'd say you could do a search on yahoo or google and maybe come up with a site that stocked them. They are heavy rather than the thin aluminum I have seen at Walmart.
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davidz71,

Thanks for the info...I found the same vendor on-line, it sells for $22.99. We use our Baby Q for about 50% of our cooked meals, with the griddle, it will go up to 70%.

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hello cookin cousins....

well i've got the baby q100,
wish it was the newer q120,
with the fold out sides...
you'd think those might be available
as accessories, since the 2 babies are the same...
but not on any weber site i've seen.

anyway i use this 50 gallon roughneck r/m tub....
http://www.rubbermaid.com/rubbermaid...d=HPProd150036#
for storage.

grill fits in the bottom,
folding stand/rack fits on top,
tools, griddle, a few spare fuel canisters too.

if not using the folding stand...the grill will fit in a 40 or 45 gal..

it isn't ziploc air tight...but pretty close.
so no odors till ya pop the lid...
suppose ya could first put it inside
a heavy bag; then in tub..
that would snuff the smell...

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We have a Baby-Q also and keep it in Rubbermaid bin like 2Air. It doesn't smell up the back of the pickup that way.
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I just wrap mine up and stick it under the the dinete seat.Lot of room to store more stuff in there also.
As for the smell.I wash mine down really good to keep it clean and shiny so no worries about goo touching everything.
I do wish they would let you purchase the fold out talbes on the sides for the Baby Q though unless someone knows where they sell them as accessories.
I think I am going to check on that griddle myself.That looks really like a great accessory to have.
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