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    Thinking about a Weber Genesis 2- I actually like a Cast grate over a Stainless grate


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    vmax,

    DAMNYANKEE is just ONE word.

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    Grill Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by texasnurse View Post
    Thinking about a Weber Genesis 2- I actually like a Cast grate over a Stainless grate


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    Picked up today; now to get some ribeyes



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    You would be hard pressed to find anything better than a Weber at pretty much any price point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkusp45 View Post
    You would be hard pressed to find anything better than a Weber at pretty much any price point.
    I have to call BS on that. Of course not everyone can build their own.

    P.S. Gas is just wrong!
    I don't pack looking for trouble, I pack in case trouble comes looking for me.

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    Lump charcoal is the way to go. Gas is good if You like the taste of boiled chicken.


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    The Gen 2 Weber is a nice grill. And it will last. I like the stainless grate since much easier to clean and they seem to last longer.

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    Recoil45,

    YEP.
    Make my fuel either lump charcoal for grilling OR green hickory for real BBQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recoil45 View Post
    Lump charcoal is the way to go. Gas is good if You like the taste of boiled chicken.


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    Propane Gas is great!

    Great for lighting a charcoal or hardwood fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RACER X View Post
    Traeger pellet fed grill

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    Me and the wife use our RecTec 3-5 days a week. I still have a Weber and old smokey for charcoal, but that damn pellet grill can't be beat.

    I don't have a need for gas grills and probably never will. If you can, buy American.
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