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Old 10-14-2004, 10:59 PM   #113
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There is a nice stainless grill you can get around here at Lowe's.
It's about the right size for two people, and it folds up nicely to
store while not in use.

It goes by the name BBQ Grillware, you can get on:

http://www.lowes.com

and probably locate one. Nice grill, pretty decent contruction. Not
too big though. Made in the good old P.R. of C. though.

Price is right at 88 bucks though.
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Old 10-14-2004, 11:14 PM   #114
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Hey Alansd,

You mentioned the Cobb. We saw one in a yacht supply store and it looks fantastic! The right size for a streamer.

Anyone using one?
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Old 10-15-2004, 07:07 AM   #115
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The Cobb seems like a great idea, but I already got my infra-grill. It cooks like blazes.
I did Salmon and it was a bit too done..my first attempt. This is the hottest 'lil ole grill I have ever used.
It cleaned up great afterwards running it on high for 3-4 minutes to burn off the extra droppings.
Looking forward to grilling at Cloudland Canyon next weekend!
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Old 10-18-2004, 07:21 AM   #116
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Magma Marine Grill

Several years ago I bought a Magma Marine Grill-Gas Bar-B-Q/Stove from WestMarine for my sailboat but never used it. Sold the sailboat but kept the grill. I am using it now with my Airstream. It doubles as a grill or as a stove to cook on. With shore legs mounting it works great. Magma sells a wok that fits it that is large enough to cook for a party.

One website to check it out is http://marineengineparts.com/shopsit...l/page241.html
$159.95

Features: High tech stainless steel radiant burner plate and dome system allows use as a BBQ, stove, or oven. Perfect even heat distribution as a BBQ, direct open flame cooking as a stove. Fully double lined stainless steel lower bowl. Quick release valve lock allowing safe, easy fuel change while cooking. Uses standard disposable propane cylinders or adapts to bottle systems
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Old 10-18-2004, 11:24 AM   #117
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Several years ago I bought a Magma Marine Grill-Gas Bar-B-Q/Stove from WestMarine for my sailboat but never used it. ...

One website to check it out is http://marineengineparts.com/shopsit...l/page241.html
$159.95
Sounded like a great deal 'til I read the last statement:

"8 mounting options adapt to any boat(NOT INCLUDED)".

Then I kind of lost interest!
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Old 10-18-2004, 12:25 PM   #118
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Geez the mount is only 44.95 extra!
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Old 10-18-2004, 01:37 PM   #119
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8 mounting options adapt to any boat(NOT INCLUDED)
Sure that doesn't mean the boat is not included?!

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Sure that doesn't mean the boat is not included?!

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That's why I'm so disappointed. I want the boat, too!
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Old 10-20-2004, 09:10 AM   #121
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Portable Grills

I just bought the BBQ Grilware from Lowe's for $88.00. It is a neat little grill, however Lowe's has a bad shipment with bad regulators, so if you get one call the 800 # and they will check it by serial # and send you a new regulator by UPS.

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Old 10-20-2004, 11:34 AM   #122
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I just got back from a weeks vacation. Took my new Weber Baby-Q with me. Needless to say I was quite impressed. Cooked everything from filets to Italian sausage. No flare ups no issues. It cooks extremely fast. We picked ours up at Linens & Things here in St. Louis. All their grills were 25% off. My Q was the last one in stock at the store and was in an open carton. They discounted it another 20%. My bottom line price was $77.

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Old 10-25-2004, 09:50 AM   #123
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Frontgate

After reading the posts here I ordered two of the Frontgate portable stainless steel grills for our trailer and my mother's motorhome.

They were in fine condition but warn against cooking with the lid closed. So forget it. Why does a grill have a heavy and obvious lid like that if it can't be closed? I sent them back right away. I'm going with the little $50 Weber that gets such good reviews. Simpler and smaller than the Q, I think.


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I sent them back right away. I'm going with the little $50 Weber that gets such good reviews. Simpler and smaller than the Q, I think.

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On of the nice things about the Baby-Q and its big brother Q is the fact that you don't need lava rock. I keep the grill in the van and nothing was worse than the rattle of the rocks in my old grill and the need to rearange them after a drive.

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"They were in fine condition but warn against cooking with the lid closed. So forget it. Why does a grill have a heavy and obvious lid like that if it can't be closed? I sent them back right away.
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I have that grill, and the reason is that it gets amazingly hot. I cooked on low and it did a quick job of it on salmon, burgers, and sausages.
Quite a burner. Nothing wrong with it for our usage. Got lots of complimets on the looks also. Kind of matches the airstream.

By the way I used the slat portion upside down...if you have this grill it is meant to go with the little v sections up.
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Just bought the Weber Q. Love it. We will but a "T" in our propane line to use the Trailer Propane. Weber has done a great job making a product that is portable. The Q fits in a duffel that has wheels on the bottom. The folding stand puts the Q at "regular" height.

Pork, have you cooked whole chicken yet? I am not sure what Weber is talking about when the cookbook says to use a roasting rack?

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