BBQ thread

TeamMeli

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Feb 5, 2014
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I agree with others have been using my Weber II Genesis now for 5 years.
It cost a pretty penny over $1000 but the quality of the grill is second to none. I love to grill steaks kabob etc. What you pay is what you get i would get those cheepy $200-300 BBQ's but they sucked. Also the difference
between Propane and Charcol is with Propane you taste the meat with charcol you taste the charcol and you got to keep buying it
Also, I'm pretty sure nobody will respond to this post but it is coherent but it's cool, whatever. #SorryNotSorry.
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I have been looking for a Persian style gas grill with rotisserie skewers similar to this one.
Unfortunately, the guy who sold these in LA has disappeared since, no way to contact him. His web site (http://www.kabobeque.com) is inactive. That's a pity since this grill would be the closest to perfection, kind of Set it and Forget it style.
Hey KP did you ever buy this? If so how is it?
 
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TeamMeli

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I paid about $639 for a Webber but it is a gas grill so no need for a propane tank. They are expensive anywhere from $500-1500 and up
This is the one I got on prime for $639 it looks sleek and it got 4 star reviews, sleek in black as well.
You can make kabobs and anything really
What i want to buy now is a good smoker any recommendations?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016M5A2S...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=
 
Feb 4, 2005
16,633
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I paid about $639 for a Webber but it is a gas grill so no need for a propane tank. They are expensive anywhere from $500-1500 and up
This is the one I got on prime for $639 it looks sleek and it got 4 star reviews, sleek in black as well.
You can make kabobs and anything really
What i want to buy now is a good smoker any recommendations?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016M5A2S...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=
Buy a PK grill. You can get a portable one for smoking.
 
Feb 4, 2005
16,633
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I paid about $639 for a Webber but it is a gas grill so no need for a propane tank. They are expensive anywhere from $500-1500 and up
This is the one I got on prime for $639 it looks sleek and it got 4 star reviews, sleek in black as well.
You can make kabobs and anything really
What i want to buy now is a good smoker any recommendations?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016M5A2S...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=
https://www.bbqguys.com/portable-kitchen/pk-cast-aluminum-charcoal-grill-and-smoker
 

Kian Pars

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Dec 9, 2005
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Hey KP did you ever buy this? If so how is it?
No, the guy in Los Angeles closed his shop ( wonder why) and deosn't answer his phone, his website is up but inactive.
I'm in email correspondence with a Chinese rep. for a company who make and sell similar products in Alibaba. She said they had the drawings ready to get the grill manufactured. A month ago she said the engineering dep. said it will take 3 weeks to make it. Im' still waiting for their prototype.
 
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Kian Pars

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Dec 9, 2005
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I paid about $639 for a Webber but it is a gas grill so no need for a propane tank. They are expensive anywhere from $500-1500 and up
This is the one I got on prime for $639 it looks sleek and it got 4 star reviews, sleek in black as well.
You can make kabobs and anything really
What i want to buy now is a good smoker any recommendations?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016M5A2S...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=
I bought a Traeger Pellet grill from Costco last year, my German friend was so fan of the product, but cleaning took some time. The whole chicken (2) took 5 hours to fully cook, but I never had such a tasty BBQ chicken in my life. I think it's mainly made for smoking.
 
Feb 4, 2005
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No, the guy in Los Angeles closed his shop ( wonder why) and deosn't answer his phone, his website is up but inactive.
I'm in email correspondence with a Chinese rep. for a company who make and sell similar products in Alibaba. She said they had the drawings ready to get the grill manufactured. A month ago she said the engineering dep. said it will take 3 weeks to make it. Im' still waiting for their prototype.
Let us know how that goes.
 

TeamMeli

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Feb 5, 2014
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I am going to have to do some piping design. Basically I have to do some logistical modifications and move my grill.
Picture my house is 2500 SQFT open concept first floor- you open the door and lt leads straight to a sliding glass backyard.
So basically it is not complex here is a good article from webber and a breakdown
Great success! Now THIS is my old grill i am going to give this to my dad-
Basically you need to be careful i don't want anyone to blow themselves up a la Egra Neshina the karate guy
You need a hose like structure to connect from your gas line to your grill.Take a lok at what i have btw the color of the exterior was
a ugly redneck blue so i painted it gray with white trims.
Make sure everything is tight
it is ridiculous you have to pay $20 for propane use your main gas line. This is a little bit of redneck engineering on my end :)
They won't teach you this at Cal Poly Thermodynamics 101 # Redneck Engineering for life :)
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