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12-31-2018 11:02 PM
dk2429 Weber! Made in USA
12-31-2018 06:58 PM
bowmansdad Weber makes a top notch product, I’m going to buy one for the deer lease. I know the BGE costs a bunch, I’ve had mine for 12 years and it’s still looks great and cooks anything. It will outlast me!
12-30-2018 09:15 PM
DA REEL DADDY
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I think you made a good call on the Weber Performer. I’ve had one for several years and you can do it all on there. I’d like to get a kamado cooker eventually but having a hard time justifying it when I can do it all on the kettle. There are some good accessories out there too. Slow n Sear, Vortex, rotisserie etc.








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wow I am going to have to look into the various way to cook
12-30-2018 02:27 PM
Rubberback Ok! I got this one. Lyfe Tyme, Inc. I've been using this pit forever. The name says it all. The one I have is called Camper Grill. You will have to google but it will be worth your time.
12-29-2018 05:27 PM
Parkerboy I have two old smokeys, a 22 inch and a 14 inch I use for steaks and hamburgers for my wife and me. I also have an Ugly Drum Smoker I have been using for briskets and pork butts. I keep all under cover but treat the Old Smokeys as disposable so about every 3-4 years I throw them away and start over and mount the 22" on extended legs.

I am ordering a Lonestargrillz mini cabinet.

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12-29-2018 04:37 PM
bigfishtx Check out the Hasty Bake. I use the legacy, you can raise and lower the charcoal tray to go hot and sear, or, use it for a smoker.
https://www.hastybake.com/
12-27-2018 07:46 PM
alant
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In the future, if you want a Kamado style cooker, look at the Char Griller Akorn. Just over $300 and can be found at Lowe's. Not all of them, though, I found out. I have even seen a different version sold at HEB, with a table built around it. Would be much less portable, though.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Char-Grille...-Grill/3609214
I agree. Works like a big green egg at 1/4 the price. I'm smoking a brisket this weekend.
12-27-2018 04:38 PM
JReich I think you made a good call on the Weber Performer. I’ve had one for several years and you can do it all on there. I’d like to get a kamado cooker eventually but having a hard time justifying it when I can do it all on the kettle. There are some good accessories out there too. Slow n Sear, Vortex, rotisserie etc.








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12-27-2018 09:43 AM
NaClH2O In the future, if you want a Kamado style cooker, look at the Char Griller Akorn. Just over $300 and can be found at Lowe's. Not all of them, though, I found out. I have even seen a different version sold at HEB, with a table built around it. Would be much less portable, though.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Char-Grille...-Grill/3609214
12-26-2018 12:59 PM
DA REEL DADDY I ended buying the Weber 22 in grill with the table and lighter and timer and so forth. Pretty much the same one at the lease. I got a good deal on it. I found one on craigslist that was brand new with a cover. So I am happy. Thanks guys!

on a side note, I also looked at the green egg but $$ is kind of tight right now.
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