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What kind of Grill do you prefer?

Leo Member Posts: 770
I'm with Main Doug, have it done by someone else.

Leo :)


  • Supply House Rick
    Supply House Rick Member Posts: 1,404
    Here's Mine

    This is how I roll...
  • lee_7
    lee_7 Member Posts: 458

    i like my teeth to look like teeth.
  • dmy hvac
    dmy hvac Member Posts: 33

    i must be in the wrong trade i need to learn how to be a tooth ferry!!
  • Jim Bennett
    Jim Bennett Member Posts: 607
    My Grill

    My Grill :)

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  • Daniel_3
    Daniel_3 Member Posts: 543

    Nice grill
  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
    I'll take.....

  • Jed_2
    Jed_2 Member Posts: 781
    Is it

    pilot, spark, or "dial-it-up"? Bet you have fun cleaning the grill plates! OPD on board? Must be in the cap.

  • Maine Doug_63
    Maine Doug_63 Member Posts: 3
    I like the

    one my son owns. With no large effort on my part, a steak arrives done just the way I like it.
  • hvacfreak
    hvacfreak Member Posts: 439
    I've been known...

  • Lurkin' Murkin'
    Lurkin' Murkin' Member Posts: 136
    Weber in the house...

    I don't like these porcelean covered cooking surfaces that most grills have theses days - it peels off and gets on the food, then your teeth do look like Rick's picture!

    I have a very old Weber that still has the original cast iron grate - it's the best! I see some new models returning to the cast iron grate, but say "porcelean coated". Maybe it's impregnated, and won't peel...but if you cook enough fatty steaks and stuff, that's the best rust inhibitor.
  • Supply House Rick
    Supply House Rick Member Posts: 1,404

    I bust out the very old hibatchi and grill a Rib Eye on charcoal & hickory chips. But mostly it's a gas fired grill. Big difference in taste...
  • Lurkin' Murkin'
    Lurkin' Murkin' Member Posts: 136
    Itsa my steak...

    Now we're talking! I don't like anything on the ribeye steak after it's cooked (like A1) - but find a marinate and rub of garlic vinegar, worchester, and Emiril's essence before hand makes for a very tantelizing taste!
  • Steverino
    Steverino Member Posts: 140
    my 25 year old...

    Weber charcoal grill. Low & slow is the only way to go.
    It WILL be utilized this holiday weekend for sure. Of course, that means I'll have to have a "few pops" while I oversee the 4+ hours to cook up a 4 lb. brisket. It's a dirty job but someone's got to do it! ;^)
  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
    Four Hours

    with a four pound Brisket mmmmmmmmmmmm Where do you live ?????

    I feel like Homer Simpson .... mmmmmmmmm Brisket .....


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  • Dave_4
    Dave_4 Member Posts: 1,405
    Ruthe's party

    Scott i will be smokin a brisket for the party on july 17, bring a empty tummy LOL
  • Steverino
    Steverino Member Posts: 140

    Got a water smoker as a gift last X-mas. Maybe ought to load it with charcoal and practice on it this weekend...toss a chicken in it...have a few pops, just to be sure it works, you know what I mean.
    Detroit area
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