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    when you bbq/grill, do you use gas or charcoal?

    the few times i get to do it, i use a gas grill...
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    I use a gas grill....I like the convenience of just pushing the button.And...you can control the heat so much better.

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    I don't really know how to grill on gas. Charcoal is easier, but I prefer Mesquite!




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    I use a gas grill. Being a vegetarian, I did not want a huge BBQ, so I bought a stainless steel grill that was designed for yachts.

    My favorite thing to grill is corn. Put the corn cobs in foil, spread butter and sprinkle some fresh rosemary. Grill until done. YUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Damn It.

    I Sell propane and propane accessories. When you cook with sweet mother propane you taste the meat and not the charcoal.

    LoL

    Sorry I went a little HANK HILL on you there. But to anwser your question I use propane just because its cleaner (fuck the enviroment, its just easier to clean up and change the tank)

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    I have both types. For a quick steak, or burger or hot dogs, its gas and my grille is natural gas not propane. Natural gas is hotter and I have to lower the grill

    Fot anything else that would take longer to cook it is charcoal all the way. It cooks better and the flavor is way better also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiaryOfAMadman
    Damn It.

    I Sell propane and propane accessories. When you cook with sweet mother propane you taste the meat and not the charcoal.

    LoL

    Sorry I went a little HANK HILL on you there. But to anwser your question I use propane just because its cleaner (fuck the enviroment, its just easier to clean up and change the tank)
    Mine is attached to the natural gas line on my house. No tanks, no mess, no charcoal.

    One thing that I would love is a wood fired pizza oven but they are so dang expensive and they take up a lot of space.

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    A wood oven is excellent for baking bread also.
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    Due to some goofy law/ordinance in DC/VA, we can't have a gas grill. We have an electric grill...and believe it or not the thing actually works pretty awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJB69
    Due to some goofy law/ordinance in DC/VA, we can't have a gas grill. We have an electric grill...and believe it or not the thing actually works pretty awesome!!
    Goodness! Ordinances against any kind of grilling here in Texas would be... Un-Texan! The right to grill is almost as paramount as the right to keep a rifle in your truck. Of course I'm joking. We're not that cavalier about our rifles. Nor are we about our grilling and BBQ.

    My Dad has a custom welded smoker BBQ. The thing is massive and gorgeous. I've joked with him that when he passes, he can will everything else to my brothers, but I want it in the will that the BBQ goes to me. Personally I love to grill fajitas, steaks, chicken. Mmm... I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.




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    At the cottage we use charcoal but at home we use natural gas. I prefer the charcoal myself

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    Gas (propane) grill for me!

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    Charcoal with mesquite or occasionally apple wood, depending on what I'm grilling.

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    We always grill using gas here. Do it so often it makes it easier to clean up


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    i have a big green egg. check it out http://www.biggreenegg.com/

    its the only way to grill

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    Lump Charcoal (not those nasty little briquettes that taste like lighter fluid) and Wood taste so much better than gas ever will...

    Take the extra time, put in the extra effort - It's YOUR dinner!
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    I have all four types, a smoker a charcoal, an electric, and gas, and to be honest I prefer the smoker, but charcoal is a close second, and yes electric grills do work surprisingly well.

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    I love my BBQ grill. We don't use gas for the grill. I love to use cedar planks when cooking some fish on the grill. When doing beef or chicken I love to cook them on lump charcoal mixed with some bourbon barrel chips. Yum!
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    Right now, it's charcoal. I like the ease of gas, but I like the flavor of charcoal - so I go both ways (only in grilling, however).

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    Charcoal.... makes 4 the best taste!

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    Charcoal easilly. One thing I recently discovered is that using a chimney to light the charcoal gets the briquettes or lump charcoal (I always buy lump, other family members get kingsford) ready much more quickly than lighter fluid does.

    However, my dad at his house has a sort of hybrid gas/charcoal grill. It has several gas burners that you can lay charcoal on (or wood chips, or both) and he can cook stuff in there that would be a lot more difficult to cook on a charcoal grill because you do have less control. Our grill is about to rust through at home, and its either getting replaced with a grill like my dads or the basic weber (we have a weber that is like the basic weber with a built in table).

    Monday we had burgers that I cooked in the oven because I was too tired to grill (even if we had a gas grill, I wouldn't have done it that way). They weren't that great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metta View Post
    I use a gas grill. Being a vegetarian, I did not want a huge BBQ, so I bought a stainless steel grill that was designed for yachts.

    My favorite thing to grill is corn. Put the corn cobs in foil, spread butter and sprinkle some fresh rosemary. Grill until done. YUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Here is a photo of mine:



    Most of my neighbors have those huge built in BBQ's but I just don't see any need for all of that so I bought the smallest one that I could find that was the highest quality.

    Thank goodness the definition of marriage does change over time. Women were originally thought of as property and marriage was originally about an exchange of property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiaryOfAMadman View Post
    I Sell propane and propane accessories.
    Sorry I went a little HANK HILL on you there.
    Fuck.

    I was just about to type that. (Down Ladybird, DOWN !)

    Frankly, I feel like a total *poof* writing this... But, I haven't a clue how
    to BBQ or grill on either...

    I've never had to, really. My Dad did it, my step-dad did it, my college
    roommates did it, bf1 and now bf2 do it... Meanwhile I'm busy in the kitchen getting everything else ready. (Honestly, I should put on a skirt and apron
    and just be done with it... )

    However, there is something called a 'smokey Jr. kettle grill' that's still in the box unassembled in our garage. (No one seems to know where it came from)

    Maybe when no one is around I'll put it together and try my hand at it...

    (I'll alert the fire marshall, first)

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    ^^ Oh wow! That is a nice grill.




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    Quote Originally Posted by DiaryOfAMadman View Post
    Damn It.

    I Sell propane and propane accessories. When you cook with sweet mother propane you taste the meat and not the charcoal.




    I love King of the Hill! Anyway, I have both, a gas and a charcoal. I much prefer the charcoal, but use the gas when cooking something that takes a long, slow cook (like ribs) cause I don't want to deal with the fire going out. However, with charcoal, you must be patient (and the patience will pay off). Make the coals into a pyramid and soak them in fuel. Then light. It will burn for a bit and then will "appear" to have gone out. It's not out. Just leave it alone (with the lid off). It will re-flame and don't touch it until all of the coals are white. This will take around 30 minutes. The dumb-asses will continue to add fuel cause they don't see big flames and assume that it's not burning, but it is! Trust me on this. After all of the coals are white, spread them out and then cook your meat.

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    i can't bar b q either. all the other men in the family have the tallent but me. i just use the george forman grill

    oh note to everyone NEVER cook with just swim trunks on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_n_herrin View Post
    i can't bar b q either. all the other men in the family have the tallent but me. i just use the george forman grill

    oh note to everyone NEVER cook with just swim trunks on...
    Well... Just don't do a bacon fry up with swim trunks on.




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    Has to be charcoal, if I wanted to cook on gas I would use the kitchen and save trecking everthing outside! Charcoal for sure.

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