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Old 06-24-2014, 09:16 AM   #31
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Fritz was always a die hard charcoal guy....UNTIL we got this;

Amazon.com : Char-Broil TRU Infrared Grill2Go X200 Grill : Grill Parts : Patio, Lawn & Garden

You can buy the carry bag for it, basically a clam shell type duffel bag. Easy to clean, easy to carry.

We started out RVing with one of those red grills with the scissor legs on it, oval shaped.

It's gathering cobwebs on the lanai right now, along with our HEAVY charcoal grill (the kind with the huge wagon type wheels on it).

We use ONLY this Charbroil grill now, here OR while camping. They ain't lyin' when they claim it's flare-up free.

I just need to buy an adapter kit for it so we don't have to use the little 1 lb. cans, and then can use our RV tanks. Detest those 1 lb. things. Don't like handling them and dislike traveling with them even more.
My home grill is a charbroil TRU Infrared. If you follow the instructions, you can get a steak that is indistinguishable from a charcoal cooked one, with way less trouble or mess.

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Old 06-24-2014, 10:10 AM   #32
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I just used our Camp Chef stove for the first time this past week-end, along with a single BBQ grill box. I bought the stove first and dismissed the idea of the BBQ box at the time. However after coming home and reading many reviews, decided to go back and get the box. It worked well all week-end, cooking hot dogs, hamburgers and beef kabobs.
I was also able to get a hose, to run the stove off the trailers quick connect.
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Old 06-24-2014, 10:18 AM   #33
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I have a big Charbroil at home with infra red and love how it cooks. Get's the meat cooked but leaves it juicy inside. I needed something smaller for the RV and I bought their Grill2Go and love it too. Cooks a lot faster than it's big brother. I love the fact that it uses the small bottles, it doesn't take much space, and it's built like a rock.
I just purchased a Grill2Go, and I am having difficulty adjusting to it. It gets SO DANG HOT! Do you cook with the lid open, closed, or what? I end up charring everything. Any tips would be appreciated.
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Old 06-25-2014, 01:51 PM   #35
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I have had this grill. Portable Stainless Steel Gas Grill with Cover - Sam's Club

And love it. I converted it to run on the small green cans. Going on 3 years now and is great form under $100.00
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Bass Pro Shops was the only place I found it. for $249. Brinkmann website says Gander Mountain and Cabela's carry as well.

Tim
Home Depot is selling Brinkmans too at $199 (1000037215) & $399 (969022). I think those are Home Depot #'s but you might be able to find them online.

At your next cookout, do you mind feeding a couple extras?
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Old 06-25-2014, 02:20 PM   #37
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Camp chef all the way. Up to 3 30k btu burners, depending on size...simply awesome.
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Old 06-25-2014, 02:34 PM   #38
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Fritz was always a die hard charcoal guy....UNTIL we got this;

Amazon.com : Char-Broil TRU Infrared Grill2Go X200 Grill : Grill Parts : Patio, Lawn & Garden

You can buy the carry bag for it, basically a clam shell type duffel bag. Easy to clean, easy to carry.

We started out RVing with one of those red grills with the scissor legs on it, oval shaped.

It's gathering cobwebs on the lanai right now, along with our HEAVY charcoal grill (the kind with the huge wagon type wheels on it).

We use ONLY this Charbroil grill now, here OR while camping. They ain't lyin' when they claim it's flare-up free.

I just need to buy an adapter kit for it so we don't have to use the little 1 lb. cans, and then can use our RV tanks. Detest those 1 lb. things. Don't like handling them and dislike traveling with them even more.
I have the same grill. Love the size - it has more surface area and height between the grate an lid than a Q100/120/1000 but overall smaller dimensions. And it is constructed very well - cast aluminum body with stainless steel grate and heat deflector.

However it has two negatives for me. It is too hot, even on low. Maybe mine has a bad valve/regulator? It also cannot be connected to the low pressure side of the rv because it has a regulator built into the valve.
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Old 06-25-2014, 02:38 PM   #39
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Coleman Road Trip Grill, love the grill, griddle options, and throws out good BTU's to cook.
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I have the same grill. Love the size - it has more surface area and height between the grate an lid than a Q100/120/1000 but overall smaller dimensions. And it is constructed very well - cast aluminum body with stainless steel grate and heat deflector.

However it has two negatives for me. It is too hot, even on low. Maybe mine has a bad valve/regulator? It also cannot be connected to the low pressure side of the rv because it has a regulator built into the valve.
I'd be checking the regulator. We *love* ours and have no problems with over-heat situations.

Of course we like our steaks rare. Slap it on, wait 5-7 minutes (depending on the cut of meat) flip it and wait 5-7 more and those steaks are scrumpciously (calm down spell check, it's my word, I'll spell it my way) ready to devour!
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