Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???

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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:21 am
  • Largent80 wrote:
    AbsolutNET wrote:Any suggestions for a small grill that takes the tiny propane bottles? I can't have a big tank where I live and want to be able to do a bit of grilling for my wife and I this summer.


    We have this one for car camping and it works great.

    http://www.amazon.com/Char-Broil-465133 ... gas+grills


    I have one of these too. I have never used it. But When I do, if it has a bad grill, I shall probably go to Home Depot and get a grill topper for it and keep going. Agree with the poster that said to use olive oil. For my meats, there is very little grease or oil parts as we cut that out of the deer, elk, moose and all others. Usually have to marinate in bbq sauce or some such too. Olive oil keeps the grill plate from getting too dirty and you can usually wipe it off clean. Burning it by raising the heat ruins the coating on the grill platform.
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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Mon Jun 02, 2014 12:03 pm
  • I"ve had both, currently i have gas grill. thinking about going back to Charcoal. Saw this over the weekend at Home Depot

    The Cowboy Grill

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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:33 pm
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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:49 pm
  • DynoHawk wrote:I"ve had both, currently i have gas grill. thinking about going back to Charcoal. Saw this over the weekend at Home Depot

    The Cowboy Grill

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    I'm sure one could produce a tasty meal with that but I couldn't imagine turning that handle til the chicken got cooked. :{)
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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Mon Jun 02, 2014 5:00 pm
  • Me and Houston would connect a Rat-Motor to handle the turning dutys.

    If you ever watch the RFD Channel they have a bunch of programs about cooking with things like that. I've always been totally interested in people that horse pack camp and the meals they plan advance and make over Dutch Ovens.

    Besides I get tractor pulling every week on that channel.

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Re: Charcoal vs Gas and a related ???
Tue Jun 03, 2014 7:28 am
  • pmedic920 wrote:
    DynoHawk wrote:I"ve had both, currently i have gas grill. thinking about going back to Charcoal. Saw this over the weekend at Home Depot

    The Cowboy Grill

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    I'm sure one could produce a tasty meal with that but I couldn't imagine turning that handle til the chicken got cooked. :{)


    Nice thing about this grill is it sits low to the ground, so it doubles as a fire pit.
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