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Old 03-25-2007, 09:55 AM   #11
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I grilled some chicken last night (over charcaol, thank you!)

And brat'* the night before that...

It'* spring!!!
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my foreman grill pwns both of yours for heat up and cool down times

but the lack of grill flavor sucks
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ok, i understand about the condo deal. but the whole point of grilling out is to enjoy a few cocktails while the coals get ready. and with matchlight, coals are ready in 10 min, so you better drink fast
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People who can/do use charcoal need to search around and find lump charcoal instead of the briquettes. No fillers, not made with charcosl dust and clay. It takes a little getting used to, because since it'* actual chunks of charred wood it burns quicker, but the flavor is tons better. And, a lot less ash to try and get rid of.



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whats that big white thing hanging off of your grill? the thing on the right with the red letters?
Ummm. Is he serious, or is he givin me crap because I grill with gas?

A little edumacation time....See guys, the Weber grills have these things called flavor bars....it tastes just like charcoal grillin....I can grill six burgers and eat em before your coals are ready.
I can clean it all up be inside sleeping before your coals are cool enough.
I live in a condo where charcoal grills can't be left out all night to cool.
Ooooh, wow, I'd have to move.
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wait...yall have to stop grilling in the winter ....we grill year round in Florida.
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Ya but our weather up here during the summer is your winters lol.
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wait...yall have to stop grilling in the winter ....we grill year round in Florida.
Do you even have winter in Florida, though? I bet if you did you wouldn't grill in it. :P
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Ya but our weather up here during the summer is your winters lol.
if we didnt have hot summers, every yankee would want to move down here :P
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Why would you stop grilling in winter? I had mine out in January grilling steaks.
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