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Old 07-01-2010, 02:18 PM   #281
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I like my Weber, I think its called the junior Q. Once a year I wash it with a power washer and start all over again. I have had it for 4 years and it still works great.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:29 PM   #282
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We have a Weber Q, and we LOVE it! It throws a lot of heat, same as a large propane grill. And the cast iron grill is terrific, great for searing steaks and burgers.
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This what I use. I can literally smoke a whole chicken. Also grills and you can even cook your potatoes and veges in on sitting.

Only uses 5 briquetts to cook with. I just add smoke chips for flavor.

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Old 08-03-2010, 11:42 AM   #284
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A Challenge-Looking for SMALL BBQ

I may be looking for something that doesn't exist but if I does, I'm betting someone here has seen it.

I'm trying to set up for outdoor cooking with a grill that can be put away in a seal-able box in order to contain the mess and odors that come along with grilling. I want to find a small (preferably propane) BBQ that will fit entirely inside of a Small (8 gal.) Rubbermaid ActionPacker. The inside dimensions of the ActionPacker are roughly 15"L X 13"W X 10"H and I'm not finding a BBQ that will fit. Alternatively, is there another brand of sturdy plastic box with a similar type of clamp down lid that would be a little larger than the Small ActionPacker? My Interstate has limited storage space and the spot I have identified for this purpose would allow for a box as large as 24"L X 17"W X 16"H. This would accommodate a larger BBQ.

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Old 08-03-2010, 04:06 PM   #285
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Try the rectangular weber grill. I have one that is charcoal fired and probably would fit your action pak. I think they make a propane one too. The lid of the grill is held in place when not in use by the attached stand (stand is 2 heavy rods that are pre bent to form a stand) that folds over and locks the lid in place.
The Weber web site probably has them on it. I bought this one over 10 years ago and it works well for me. I store mine, when traveling, in an old nylon sleeping bag sack with a draw string.
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We have a Weber Q, and we LOVE it! It throws a lot of heat, same as a large propane grill. And the cast iron grill is terrific, great for searing steaks and burgers.
And I let it burn off for a few minutes before I put it away so there are no odors.
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:31 PM   #287
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I'm looking too and would prefer a gas grill but this spacesaving concept tempts me. It's probably not the best quality but maybe someone does a stainless one. I like the weber too.
Walmart.com: Fire Sense HotSpot Notebook Portable Charcoal Grill: Grills & Outdoor Cooking
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Old 08-03-2010, 07:21 PM   #288
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Try the rectangular weber grill. I have one that is charcoal fired and probably would fit your action pak. I think they make a propane one too. The lid of the grill is held in place when not in use by the attached stand (stand is 2 heavy rods that are pre bent to form a stand) that folds over and locks the lid in place.
The Weber web site probably has them on it. I bought this one over 10 years ago and it works well for me. I store mine, when traveling, in an old nylon sleeping bag sack with a draw string.
We use the rectangular Weber grill, too (charcoal version)... I know it will fit in a tote because on our trips home after camping we put it in the tote that carries our fire wood... (after we've used the firewood). I like the shape because it's compact and packs better than the round guys. I store charcoal in large zip locks inside it, too. I can store enough charcoal inside for 5-6 grilled meals depending on how much charcoal you need for a given meal...then there's one less thing to haul.
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....>snip<... this spacesaving concept tempts me. It's probably not the best quality but maybe someone does a stainless one. ....>snip<...
Walmart.com: Fire Sense HotSpot Notebook Portable Charcoal Grill: Grills & Outdoor Cooking
This is a very clever design....a grill that stores FLAT!! Too bad it's made so cheaply...if someone did a sturdier version I'd be getting one!
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Here's a better quality version of the notebook grill
A+R Store - Stainless Steel Notebook Grill Product Detail
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I have the Volcano collapsing model grill
with the propane kit. Works great.

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Hibachi, under $10, wrap your food in tim foil, a bit of beer, nothing like it..
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Thanks, Charlotte! Do you have one of these? If so, how do you like it?
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I may be looking for something that doesn't exist but if I does, I'm betting someone here has seen it.

I'm trying to set up for outdoor cooking with a grill that can be put away in a seal-able box in order to contain the mess and odors that come along with grilling. I want to find a small (preferably propane) BBQ that will fit entirely inside of a Small (8 gal.) Rubbermaid ActionPacker. The inside dimensions of the ActionPacker are roughly 15"L X 13"W X 10"H and I'm not finding a BBQ that will fit. Alternatively, is there another brand of sturdy plastic box with a similar type of clamp down lid that would be a little larger than the Small ActionPacker? My Interstate has limited storage space and the spot I have identified for this purpose would allow for a box as large as 24"L X 17"W X 16"H. This would accommodate a larger BBQ.
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I have a Coleman RoadTrip LX Grill (see link below) that I use and love it, takes up very little space and you dont have the smell because it is easy to clean (Non Stick). It is propane, you can use the small cans (I carry 1 for need only) or run a hose from it to your propane tanks eliminating the need to carry extra propane tank which can be dangerous. Comes with its own stand, you can set it up for double grilling surface or have the wire grids for pots and pans. I have both due to the fact I wanted to be in the position of cooking without using pots and pans. Set it up, cook, eat, wipe it off, go, we have used it at campgrounds, rest areas, pull outs, picnic areas.

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