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Charcoal VS. Propane #13982455 05/02/21 11:39 AM
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After owning a lot of both I have never had a kettle grill . I got a cheaper one at Lowes for around 58 bucks and really liked it . A 22 inch Mr BBQ . I got is for the house . After joining a Weber Facebook page I convinced myself to get a Weber Performer for our lake house pit . So many thing one can do on a kettle Vs. other charcoal grills . Plus Wber has a ton of accessories you can buy . I still love my old Coleman 5600 propane grill with the deep fryer on one end . [Linked Image]


May your wiener schnitzel always stay above your lederhosein.
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Had Weber's all my life. Got the large performer now and don't own a propane grill.

Re: Charcoal VS. Propane [Re: marschall] #13983326 05/03/21 10:28 AM
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Weber Charcoal with grill grates

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I’ve used gas grills in the past. My current cooker is a Weber kettle and I love cooking on it. Very versatile. My camping bbq cooker is an Old Smokey. I’m all in with charcoal and will not go back to gas.

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Weber Kettles are the Leatherman tools of the Q world. I have a 14" that I travel with, a 22" performer and a 26" Kettle that is the bomb for cooking briskets. Have a Slow N Sear and a Vortex that I use in the 26 and 22. Haven't cooked on my offset stick burner in 3 years As far as gas , I've got a Weber Summit 670 6 burner beast that's plumbed into the house natural gas. It'll do 3 whole chickens at once with the rotisserie attachment. I am definitely a Weber fanboy!


Re: Charcoal VS. Propane [Re: marschall] #13986047 05/05/21 01:02 AM
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Get a Slow N Sear for that Weber 22 inch kettle and you can cook low and slow bbq that's incredible.


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Originally Posted by Tneel
Get a Slow N Sear for that Weber 22 inch kettle and you can cook low and slow bbq that's incredible.

Makes a Weber kettle the most versatile cooker out there.


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