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    tiewunon replied to the thread Portable grill for rv.
    J_J If you go the pellet route highly recommend that you do not scrimp on pellets. You definitely get what you pay for. Secondly remember to empty the pellet hopper and auger tube after use. You will most likely leave your grill set up on your...
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    jalapeno_jane replied to the thread Portable grill for rv.
    Thanks for your fast reply, @tiewunon! Well, I was not thinking about possible issues with dampness. Still, we have quite good air conditioning in our RV + relative humidity (no extra dampness, no mold issues - so far so good!). So I believe...
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    jalapeno_jane reacted to tiewunon's post in the thread Portable grill for rv with Like.
    J_J When snowbirding I see a few folks with pellet grills though few and far between. The most common I see is the portable GMG. I do not travel with a pellet grill but have one at the sticks and bricks. I have a medium big green egg I have been...
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    tiewunon replied to the thread Portable grill for rv.
    J_J When snowbirding I see a few folks with pellet grills though few and far between. The most common I see is the portable GMG. I do not travel with a pellet grill but have one at the sticks and bricks. I have a medium big green egg I have been...
  • jalapeno_jane
    Greetings, geeks! Recently I've been thinking of a small pellet grill for the ease of cooking while we are on the road. I did my research, and from what I found, it seems like a Traeger is a pure winner here (just random quotes I found on RV...
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    grace posted the thread traeger grill in Product Reviews.
    Good morning guys! Is traeger grill actually very useful? I got it that it is a Wifi connected grill. How does it work? Is the difference very significant from the ordinary grills? What do you think?
  • jalapeno_jane
    I have a 5 year old Weber Genesis, I rarely maintain it, haven't had to replace anything and it looks great. So it's probably the best solution, especially since you're a beginner! If I were you, I would get a Genesis II 315. 3 burners, no side...
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    Because it's cheaper. Because it makes your life better. Because it's way too healthier. Sometimes it's a necessity, sometimes - personal preferences or a hobby.
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    jalapeno_jane replied to the thread Phillips smokless grill.
    No personal feedback, sorry, though I got one of these for my daughter to use in her condo. And she loves it for steaks and seafood.
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    Personally, my favorite aspect of BBQ is taking an inexpensive cut of meat and making it into something that everyone can't get enough of. Spares, pork shoulder, beef chuck, meatloaf, chicken (whole, thighs, drummies, leg quarters, wings)...
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    Guys, are you making your own burgers or frozen bought ones? I love burgers cooked over the coals, but... I'd be lying if I said I didn't prefer a burger cooked on a flat top. There's some kind of magic that happens when a burger is frying in its...
  • jalapeno_jane
    In my opinion, almost everything is better when cooked on a grill outdoors. I tend to prefer a charcoal or wood fire, although gas is good also, because it can be very convenient. When the fat drips down, it stokes the fire, which gives the food...
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    Their prices seem to be on the high end.
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    paqman replied to the thread Constant grease fires?.
    Thanks for the tips. Yeah I've never required a hose down yet. Usually I'm able to move things around, and then even blow out some of the flames myself. It just makes cooking some things extremely frustrating, how bad the flare ups are...
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    What model do you have, I found gutting out my Weber and replacing all the internals to be the best way to go. The new Weber’s tend to run really hot. My 0.02
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