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Old 04-08-2011, 04:01 PM   #31
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That would give me more reason to drive in to HD. I need halogen bulbs anyway and they are half the price of the local Ace. I hope mine is running that sale.
HD Kingsford sale is usually nationwide. It's a great deal. I still have several twin packs left over from the last Labor Day sale.
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Old 04-08-2011, 04:03 PM   #32
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Cool. I'm going to stock up.
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Old 04-13-2011, 12:47 PM   #33
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I brushed the rust off the hibachi last night and did some yakitori for appetizer and ahi. I've been grilling year round but not too often with the little hibachi. It's a fun little griller.

I showed my husband your cool little habachi and now he wants one! What did I get myself into??
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Old 04-13-2011, 01:10 PM   #34
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I showed my husband your cool little habachi and now he wants one! What did I get myself into??
Like all cast iron from Lodge, this little grill is well crafted and perfect for small meals. It's best for grilling anything hot and fast.
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Old 04-13-2011, 02:06 PM   #35
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Like all cast iron from Lodge, this little grill is well crafted and perfect for small meals. It's best for grilling anything hot and fast.

I'll bet...it got great reviews on Amazon. My problem is we already have a large gas grill, a smoker, and one of these tabletop yakitori grills. The hubby is trying to convince me that we NEED the habachi grill. We'll see who wins this battle. Knowing me, I'll probably give in. I have a soft spot for kitchen tools and appliances (not my husband). Hehe
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Old 04-13-2011, 02:11 PM   #36
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I'll bet...it got great reviews on Amazon. My problem is we already have a large gas grill, a smoker, and one of these tabletop yakitori grills. The hubby is trying to convince me that we NEED the habachi grill. We'll see who wins this battle. Knowing me, I'll probably give in. I have a soft spot for kitchen tools and appliances (not my husband). Hehe

But it is small and will fit. You need one more.. just one.
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But it is small and will fit. You need one more.. just one.

Thanks for the nudge FrankZ. My husband will thank you.
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Funny, I almost bought a similar ceramic hibachi before I decided to go with cast iron.
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That's too funny. It's a fun little tabletop grill, purchased specifically for yakitori so it doesn't get a lot of use. I wish I had discovered the cast iron hibachi before buying this one. The hibachi seems a lot more versatile. That cast iron grate looks awesome! I'm jealous of those beautiful grill marks on your ahi.
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Old 05-22-2011, 12:33 PM   #40
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Saturday nite moink balls on the smoker and some wings and thighs on the Weber rotisserie. My wife made sides of rice and vegis. A friend also brought over a couple of bottles of wine from a local winery.
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