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Old 05-29-2006, 08:23 PM   #57
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Gotta give props to anything you can enjoy for 20 years before it falls apart!


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Old 05-30-2006, 12:08 AM   #58
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Add me to the Weber 'camp'!

Hello all -

Add my 'Chad' to the Weber camp!!!

Have one on the deck. Gas. Used to be a confirmed charcoal user but the wife's pesky need/want to have stuff redone, reheated and 'cooked some more' 15 minutes after I shut if off, well, that made me a confirmed propane lover. The Weber Silver series with the 3 burner tubes is the bomb!!!

Got a baby Weber-Q for SilverToy and it cooks GREAT using the 1lb or 5lb bottles!!! I had 'em drooling at Custer SD for some of the terriyaki chicken I was grillin' - good thing I ALWAYS cook extra!!


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Old 05-30-2006, 01:36 AM   #59
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This thread inspired me to pull out the Cobb and smoke up some salmon tonight - yummmm!

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Old 05-30-2006, 06:22 AM   #60
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If you are looking for the BEST (IMHO) portable grill on the market, look into the Solaire IR17-B at It is small, light, totally stainless and cooks by infra red radiation . Very fast and a great way to grill. I've had Charmglows, 5 different Webers, Colemans and a host of others. Nothing compares to the Solaire!!

BTW, I just became a dealer for them so if anyone is interested, PM me and I'll give you the details.
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Old 01-07-2008, 12:21 PM   #61
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I picked up my new Bubba Q up yesterday at my local Walmart for $20 on clearance. It is tall enough to cook beercan chickens. It's pretty shiney but I think I need to exercise the old Cyclo to get a real mirror finish.
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Old 01-10-2008, 08:16 PM   #62
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Thumbs up Weber Q100 ("Baby-Q")

The Q100 arrived today. No more than 10 minutes to unpack, assemble handle/cotter pins, and attach 16.4 oz propane cartridge (the wire support that made it difficult to use the larger propane cartridges wasn't present, I guess in response to the universal complaints about it getting in the way).
The grill is porcelain-coated cast-iron, so no seasoning necessary! But I did season some chicken thighs, threw them on the pre-heated grill, and 10 min later, they were superb. The grill leaves markings of a professional grilling setup! The Q100 is definitely a keeper, with 95% of web reviews in the 5-star range. Of course if you have specialized BBQ needs, like beercan chicken, you'll need a larger grill, but this is a great choice for the rest of us!

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Old 10-26-2014, 08:18 AM   #63
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Weber Carrier

My favorite grill is my full-size Weber. It easily fit into my '84 Suburban for use on the campground.

Since I do not have the truck anymore, I built a fixture to allow the grill to ride safely in my Overlander. You can read about it here:

Adventures of a Curious Fellow: Carrying A Weber Grill Without A Suburban


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