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Old 01-08-2011, 08:22 PM   #41
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porta chef

i have been using the porta chef for many years. i have it so i can cook anywhere on the site, or if i want i have it hoked to the line that would have fed the rvq. they are large enough for a family of 4 and is cheap at $100.00

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Old 01-08-2011, 09:03 PM   #42
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Like I said above, we LOVE our Road Trip!
We got the heavy griddle and grill plates as opposed to the teflon coated ones that scratch too easily.
Congrats!
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PS...good price too!
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:40 AM   #43
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We have a coleman road trip barbeque. They fold very compact and dont burn your food like many compact grill because you add water in a attached bowl under. When on sale they are a good choice for the campers like us. They can be hooked up to a 20 pounds tank.
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:50 AM   #44
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We have a Coleman Roadtrip grill. It's awesome! We have the high pressure hose with it, so I can use my propane on the trailer instead of the little Coleman propane bottles. It's light and can fit a whole bunch of food. We love ours.
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Old 01-09-2011, 10:12 AM   #45
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This is our portable grill, i am sorry but i just don't care for propane grills. A friend of mine ended up with 3rd degree burns and set is houe on fire from a propane unit. now what he did wrong i have no idea.
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Old 01-23-2011, 03:23 PM   #46
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How big of a portable grill are you looking for? The one I have may be too big for your satisfaction. I picked this one up below at Academy Sports for around $100 on sale. It collapses down easily, but still takes up some space. The upside is it works great and I can cook a bunch on it at one time.

I usually take it on our campout/geocaching events and can cook up many hot dogs and hamburgers at the same time, especially after I modified it to accept 2 grill-dog rotisseries. I've cooked 4 big steaks on it simultaneously with no problem.

I agree with Kirk though. Charcoal sure beats gas for taste.

Brinkmann Tailgate Portable Propane Grill

Here it is in action at our last cookout to give you an actual idea of scale

Dang! That is ONE BIG portable grill!
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