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    Every grill has its purpose.

    Anyone bitching about the Weber being $700 has never owned a Weber, or prefers to throw away $200 on a cheapy Home Depot every other year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdman View Post
    Every grill has its purpose.

    Anyone bitching about the Weber being $700 has never owned a Weber, or prefers to throw away $200 on a cheapy Home Depot every other year.
    I think I spent about $700 on my PGS K40 grill in 2000 - thing still grills like a CHAMP 9 years close to the beach, uncovered, and beat to death haha. I'm 100% with Birdman - the money was unbelievably well spent on this grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosoupforyou View Post
    what model is this? I need a great charcoal grill for smoking ribs.
    Smokin Pro Model #1224 about $180.

    Char Griller - Grills and Smokers

    And Birdman is right, every grill has its purpose. And Weber does make a great long lasting grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slopppydog View Post
    I've gotta 5 burner natural gas Turbo, which is great and convenient, but 90% of the time I use this one:

    I got me one of them. Great grill!
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    looking at that grill, any way to put wood chips in to the side grill and smoke what is in the main grill area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosoupforyou View Post
    looking at that grill, any way to put wood chips in to the side grill and smoke what is in the main grill area?
    There is a couple ways you can do it, grill with direct heat in the main chamber or use indirect heat for smoking via the firebox. You can use charcoal and wood chips, I use split wood without charcoal. I get my wood from a place on Orange by the Honda Center, theWoodshedWebsite.

    They have hickory, apple, pecan, red oak, and many others. They even have French wine oak barrel wood! Either way make sure you get the book Smoke and Spice, its the BBQ bible full of recipes and tips.
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    Once you use a Weber, all other grills are irrelevant.

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    Yeah yeah yeah, you Weber snobs. My parents dropped some coin on an ugly Coleman propane job. It may be a weird Coleman shade of green, it may be a bit too small for my taste, and I may have to light it with matches because the ignition never really worked, but for the past 7 or 8 years that thing has been a trooper and whatever you may call a fault I prefer to call it a "quirk" of my grill.

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    My Weber Genesis B is still kicking booty.

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    My Genesis Silver is about 6 yrs old and sears perfect grill marks in everything I place on it. It takes a cast iron grill to do it correctly. No cast iron = inferior grilling.

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