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Old 03-10-2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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It seems that I will be in the market for a new grille. Six years ago I brought Brinkman four burner grille, but after a lot of use it has seen its better days. I like to grille year round, I dig the snow from around it and freeze to death, but I just enjoy grilled everything. So to the question, I see there are some new infrared grills on the market, are those the way to go. They say less fuel and shorter cook time?


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Old 03-10-2012, 01:20 AM   #2
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I just bought a pellet grill and so far it has been awesome. There is a website Pellett heads .com that has reviews for all the brands that are sold now. I got tired of fighting temp control but wanted to stay with the flavor of real wood. This smokes but also can be brought up to a temp of over 500 deg for grilling. I have a webber gasser that is just collecting dust now. The first burgers on the pellett were by far the best we ever made

It starts with a push of a button and has a range of 150 to over 500. the temp stays rock solid and various hard wood pelletts are easy to find.

I have seen recipes for anything from pizza to blueberry cobbler for these grills.
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Weber E320 Genesis.

Built like a tank. Porcelin enamel coated cast iron grates. Incredibly even cooking temps (no hot spots). Will yet to ~700 even on cold days.

I love mine.
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Anything I can stuff full of this:

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propane is for brewing.
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+1 for pellet grills. SWMBO says it makes the best (burgers/steaks/ribs/brisket) she's ever had.
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propane is for brewing.
That lump burns hot doesnt it?
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That lump burns hot doesnt it?
It is the best! I'm 42 yrs. old and have never owned a gas grill and I used to work for a gas distributor and could get my propane for free. I am a self admitted charcoal snob
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It is the best! I'm 42 yrs. old and have never owned a gas grill and I used to work for a gas distributor and could get my propane for free. I am a self admitted charcoal snob
Why do I hear a Hank Hill-esque gasp when I read this?


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