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Old 01-11-2008, 10:23 AM   #211
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We used our new Weber Q-100 (Baby-Q) for the first time at the CanOpener Rally. It did well with hot dogs and pork chops. It is easy to set up and not too heavy or big for traveling.

We will be looking for something to store it in for travel but for now the box it came in works fine to hold the grill and needed accessories.
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Old 02-14-2008, 09:54 AM   #212
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I know this is not a typical- camping grill but its cool! Target sells a George Foreman College Tailgating grill. It has a removable griddle for pancakes and is non stick, and folds into the best little case. Also uses a small propane cylinder- like for a lantern. We got it a year ago- but its great!
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Old 04-11-2008, 10:44 AM   #213
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We have camped for years, so we already have "stuff" for outdoor cooking, most of it pretty vintage by now. We use a Coleman stove, and have a hibachi also, so don't plan on buying anything new. That is...unless my husband the gadget guy gets to looking at Bass Pro the next time we are there......I do try to keep him out of there but that plan isn't working too well......
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Old 04-11-2008, 12:36 PM   #214
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I have a couple of nice gas grills, but I still swear by my Weber grills. I have a big one at home and a small one for camping. Nothing tastes better than good ole' red meat cooked over charcoal.
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Old 04-11-2008, 04:14 PM   #215
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I know this is not a typical- camping grill but its cool! Target sells a George Foreman College Tailgating grill. It has a removable griddle for pancakes and is non stick, and folds into the best little case. Also uses a small propane cylinder- like for a lantern. We got it a year ago- but its great!
I have a Grill similar to yours it is by thermos and called Grill to Go uses the small gas cylinders and has a griddle type setup works great...SAM
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Old 04-11-2008, 04:43 PM   #216
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Weber baby Q all the way!!! Hey aturner4u did you look into the roller duffle bag? I leave the grill mounted to the folding stand and put it in the duffle bag and zip it up. roll it to the truck and pop it in.
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Old 04-11-2008, 06:55 PM   #217
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Weber baby Q all the way!!! Hey aturner4u did you look into the roller duffle bag? I leave the grill mounted to the folding stand and put it in the duffle bag and zip it up. roll it to the truck and pop it in.
We haven't looked into it. We have only gotten to use it twice. It's worked wonderfully. It is being stored in its box in the back of the truck. When the box gets beat up I am sure we will be shopping around for other alternatives. Thanks for the recommendation. We will check it out when the time comes.
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Old 04-14-2008, 04:39 PM   #218
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We have a Weber Baby Q and have been using it at home off of a 20lb propane cylinder. When we take to the road this summer the grill will be with us but I don't want to take the 20 lb tank nor do I want to hook up to the big tanks on the trailer.

Several people here have indicated using a 16oz disposable. Does anyone have any indication of how long one of these cylinders lasts?
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We have a Weber Baby Q and have been using it at home off of a 20lb propane cylinder. When we take to the road this summer the grill will be with us but I don't want to take the 20 lb tank nor do I want to hook up to the big tanks on the trailer.

Several people here have indicated using a 16oz disposable. Does anyone have any indication of how long one of these cylinders lasts?
You should consider replacing one of your regulator outlets with a "Y" or "Tee" that allows you to add another propane hose to your existing bottle, that way you wouldn't have to haul another bottle out when camping and could just hook your Weber up to your trailer and burn some meat..
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We have a Weber Baby Q and have been using it at home off of a 20lb propane cylinder. When we take to the road this summer the grill will be with us but I don't want to take the 20 lb tank nor do I want to hook up to the big tanks on the trailer.

Several people here have indicated using a 16oz disposable. Does anyone have any indication of how long one of these cylinders lasts?
I found this in a ad when I did a search for the baby Q on Google Hope this helps.....SAM


A disposable 14.1-oz. propane cylinder (not included) lasts up to 1.5 hours.
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We have a Weber Baby Q and have been using it at home off of a 20lb propane cylinder. When we take to the road this summer the grill will be with us but I don't want to take the 20 lb tank nor do I want to hook up to the big tanks on the trailer.

Several people here have indicated using a 16oz disposable. Does anyone have any indication of how long one of these cylinders lasts?
You have to take off the bottle holder ring to handle the fat bottles. I went out and bought a smaller 11 lb. tank. You might find that a suitable alternative.

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Old 04-14-2008, 05:34 PM   #222
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Not only is the Chicken "violated" by the beercan, but the cobb has a moat that has been in it too.....

Nothing like Beer infused Chicken for Dinner tonight!
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We have a Weber Baby Q and have been using it at home off of a 20lb propane cylinder. When we take to the road this summer the grill will be with us but I don't want to take the 20 lb tank nor do I want to hook up to the big tanks on the trailer.

Several people here have indicated using a 16oz disposable. Does anyone have any indication of how long one of these cylinders lasts?
We use an 11 lb tank from Cabella's. Perfect size and it's completely flat on the bottom.
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Woodflame?

We had a Woodflame Delecto on order since September last year. It was to be a birthday present for me. After several inquiries and promises of delivery, we were finally told in March that they would not be delivered.

Anyone know what happened to them?

I ended up with a Weber Q 220 and even though it's not a wood burner, it seems to work really well. I like the way they designed the grate to block the flame from coming directly through.
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