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  • Carolyn Weinstein
    Carolyn WeinsteinWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    September 19, 2020Hello, Im looking to get a portable gas grill for outdoor cooking (not requiring a campfire). Any recommendations? Table top vs folding stand? Does everyone just carry an extra propane tank? Connect into rig propane somehow? Hubby is leery of propane ta...  more
    • Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) and 1 other like this.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      pokeysRVadventures September 19, 2020 A table top is easier to move, store and steadier. You can get a quick connect line from Amazon to use the propane already mounted to the rig.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Craig and Kim Parker September 19, 2020 Blackstone grills are popular. There are plenty of YouTube videos on these. A lot of rigs have a quick connect for a propane connection that uses the tanks on your rig for grills, etc. If yours doesn’t have one, there are kits to add a quick connect that ...  more
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      • Carolyn Weinstein
        smokenspice September 19, 2020 We have a 22” Blackstone, and just ordered a tabletop pitboss pellet grill. We love our big Blackstone at home-so versatile!
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      JeffsRVTravels September 19, 2020 I use the Weber Q with the folding stand. It uses small disposable propane tanks, but I also have a line that goes to a standard tank as well as the Extended Stay valve attached to the MH propane tank. In my opinion, the only downside to the Weber Q is th...  more
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        Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) September 19, 2020 We have the Airstream branded version of this grill.  We really like it.  The stand is very convenient and the whole unit stores easily in the bed of our pickup truck for travel.
      • Carolyn Weinstein
        Steve & Milly September 19, 2020 The Weber Q is our choice, too. Well Built and it's just great for the 2 of us
      • Carolyn Weinstein
        Rick & Lil September 19, 2020 Love my WeberQ 2000
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      6milehiker September 19, 2020 We love our Blackstone...connects to the rig propane or a small bottle will attach.
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      • Carolyn Weinstein
        SharonU September 19, 2020 We love our 22” Blackstone Grill also. 
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Joe and Lori September 19, 2020 Propane tank fits nicely in a plastic milk crate. Strapped in the bed of the truck. I'm hauling two right now. We have the Blackstone tailgater folds and fits into the garage area when we're moving with everything stowed inside.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Bounder Travelers September 19, 2020 Consumer Reports had a review of gas BBQ grills. If you are not a subscriber, I recommend it. Meanwhile, check with your library. CU also has an on-line subscription service where you can read current and back articles and reviews. 
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Jenna & The ZARGON September 19, 2020 Problem with Subscribing to CU - like all the rest once you do, they keep pestering you to renew or buy an ad-on etc.  There is plenty of info on the net.  Why waste money on an annoying subscription.   Also.. they are not what they used to...  more
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      • Carolyn Weinstein
        Bounder Travelers September 19, 2020 I have subscribed to CU for about 60 years and agree with you, many reminders to renew and very different as it has evolved over the years. They accept no advertising and are not influenced by manufacturers which may not be true of on-line reviews. Car an...  more
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      SilverSport September 19, 2020 I redid a Kenmore BBQ so the legs remove and a two burner stove on a collapsible table (replaced top w/ aluminum sheet), for a out door kitchen, use a 30 lb propane tank that is one of three mounted in a bay (vented) with what is used to mount tanks on tr...  more
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Bandit455 September 19, 2020 I have a (gas) Webber Baby Q, had it for 16-17 years and have no interest in anything else. No hot/cold spots. Can set it up on a table with a vinyl cover and you won’t melt it. Cast iron grate leaves excellent grill marks. I know your hubby is concerned ...  more
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Sedler's September 19, 2020 There is a valve called "Extend a Stay". It connects just ahead of the RV propane regulator and allows for hooking up and running your campstove from the RV Propane.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Nan33 September 19, 2020 Another vote for WeberQ.  DH drilled a hole in the cover for a BBQ thermometer. We found a nice slim 10 lb. propane tank.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Nurses. September 20, 2020 A plastic milk crate works well for holding a 20 lb. propane tank in storage. Can wrap a towel or other padding around if loose in crate. Won't tip over as easily as using a bucket.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      MissyHen September 20, 2020 Coleman tailgate grill is TERRIBLE!!!! It won’t light half the time, not even with a lighter. I don’t care for the cooking surface either.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Craig & Brenda September 21, 2020 We have a Weber Baby Q as well. With a stand, but can be set on the table if you wish. Also tied it into our unit's propane tank with a 'quick connect'. Wouldn't go any other way.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      BH September 21, 2020 we use a 22 inch Blackstone grill we cook everything on it from breakfast to dinner its great.
    • Carolyn Weinstein
      Jenna & The ZARGON September 21, 2020 So many choices.... What's a Mother to do!?!  .. I mean RV'r ...to do?  

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