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Jeekinz 03-31-2008 08:13 AM

My new grill! lol
 
Picked up this little Cutie Sunday from Lowes. A whopping $25 bucks! :chef:

I think it could fit inside my other grills. lol

I broke it in with some extra thick pork chops with an Applejack glaze. Cooked over lump charchoal and a wee bit of Hickory. :pig: YUM!

http://images.lowes.com/product/728649/728649268147.jpg

pacanis 03-31-2008 09:53 AM

That looks like a nice portable grill. You didn't use to see them with a lid that attached and a raised shelf.

Jeekinz 03-31-2008 10:14 AM

I bought it so I don't have to heat up the big smoker to cook 2 pork chops. It's pretty nice, the chops just about fit on it. lol They had another one a tad smaller and a few different propane models. It should get quite a bit of use.

Cooks darn good, too.

Beachcomber 03-31-2008 10:18 AM

Nice looking small grill, I use one like that when I am cooking burgers.

bowlingshirt 03-31-2008 11:20 AM

I like the fact that it has a latching lid...helps keep nosey people out while you're trying to cook.

Jeekinz 03-31-2008 11:23 AM

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Originally Posted by bowlingshirt (Post 577307)
I like the fact that it has a latching lid...helps keep nosey people out while you're trying to cook.

lol A couple drops of water into some hot oil works too. :angel:

sattie 03-31-2008 11:24 AM

That is a good idea Jinks... I have a small Weber, but even then it is too big at times to grill one steak. (Usually one steak can feed the both of us.) But I have adjusted to using only half the grill, so it works out. But I do like the compact nature of your little cutie! May have to check into one!

kitchenelf 03-31-2008 11:27 AM

I'm going shopping at Lowe's today! :cool: I USED to have a little one that opened up and you could grill on both sides or just one - son borrowed it - we all know the rest of THAT story! :mad:

*amy* 03-31-2008 11:32 AM

Very cool, Jeeks. Can you use it indoors? (Looks like two little holes for maybe a plug-in?) Reminds me a bit of the old hibachis - 'cept with a lid. How do you light it up? Had a little portabe grille I took everywhere - beach, park, camping etc. Have fun with it. :chef:

Jeekinz 03-31-2008 11:45 AM

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Originally Posted by *amy* (Post 577319)
Very cool, Jeeks. Can you use it indoors? (Looks like two little holes for maybe a plug-in?) Reminds me a bit of the old hibachis - 'cept with a lid. How do you light it up? Had a little portabe grille I took everywhere - beach, park, camping etc. Have fun with it. :chef:

No, it's outdoor only. It's basically a small outdoor charcoal grill.

I had one of those $100 Char-broil gas grills that I should never have parted with. The large grills and smokers are nice, but not for everyday use. i.e. Hurry Up After Work Meals. I love the larger ones for cooking on weekends or if I have guests. This is a good size to cook for 2 on. It heats up in no time and saves on fuel (charcoal).

I use lump charchoal that gets lit in a chimney first. The small box on the bottom is an ash trap.

I want to try to smoke something on it this weekend. :pig: :lol:


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