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Gas grills on sale at Lowes

Discussion in 'Food Talk' started by concrete jedi, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. Aug 31, 2008 at 5:48 AM
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    concrete jedi

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    Looking to get a new grill, going with gas, does anyone have any helpful hints, I.E. brands, size, BTU's, etc ?
     
  2. Aug 31, 2008 at 6:19 AM
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    I bought one from Costco last summer. The brand is Tuscany and I love it. It cost $399.00 but it cooks nice and even. Make sure whatever you have you get the infa red burner, kinda works like charcoal to sear the outside of meat. Anyway, I think either Sams Club or Costco have the best prices and quality.
     
  3. Aug 31, 2008 at 6:22 AM
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    Thanks for the info on the infered burner, I am not much of an outdoor grill cook, but am trying to change that. I cooked steaks last night and the wife said I did a nice job.
     
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    Sears also has a great selection to choose from as well!
     
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    X2 We have a Weber Silver series. It's a small one (only the hubby & I).

    I don't even know how long I've had this one - perhaps 5 years now. I did replace the 'flavorizer' bars this springs. They got rusty. Everything else is top knotch and I've been keeping this thing sprayed out and cleaned every year. The good thing about Webers is you can get 'weber' replacement parts, which are good quality stuff. The cooking rack on the webers are nice thick & heavy - you know they ain't gonna rust.

    I've had cheapo discount store stuff before and they did a good job for a long time. I got tired of replacing the racks, heater unit, and the ignitors never last very long. The replacement parts you get are even cheaper in qaulity than the original stuff and sometimes *hoaky* to put together.

    We bought our Weber at Lowes.
     
  7. Aug 31, 2008 at 10:04 AM
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    Although its charcoal, I love my Webber "Homer Simpson" grill! :D
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    I love charcoal- I've been lookin for a lighting chimney insted of using fluid. I've got a lil camp propane that I use if I'm in a rush.
     
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    I bought a Charmglow from the Depot last year. We've used the snot out of it this year. It seems to do an excellent job on everything we've cooked. It's completely stainless steel, which is what I wanted, and cost us about 125.00, retailed for 499.00. We bought it in January.
     
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