Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by IveofIone, Jan 16, 2008.
Panhandle, AMEN !!!
Turbo Sport Infrared Stainless Steel Portable Grill
Ceramic radiant burner and all stainless steel. Locks closed like a suitcase. Take it camping, fishing, on the boat, to the park for a picnic. Its small, but three years and going strong.
I bought a stainless steel Charbroil grill a few years ago at Lowes. Stainless is worthless when they use non stainless screws to assemble it. Complete POS. Within three months the thing was a rust bucket. Replaced it with a gas grill from Sears, no problems in three years. Those metal pans someone mentioned for putting in the chips work really well.
If you're out on a urban river like the Cedar, you can find your grill laying in the bushes. Seems to work for me. Just add some flame and you're good to go
That's a sweetie. Grill basket, toaster rack, portable. Put the dishes or undies in, chuck it out there and it's a river powered washer too.
Please be careful with improvised grills. In particular, older refrigerator shelves are loaded with cadmium. Poisonous! Read this from the NIH.
I have the charbroil stainless bbq on my back deck. It's about 3 years old and I don't have any problems with it. It's the model with the ceramic grills (instead of the metal ones). It's worked flawless for me (and I do ALOT of bbq'ing with it). Like Ive (think it was Ive who said it) I simply take soaked wood chips and put them into heavy aluminum foil. I then sprinkle some dry chips on top of those soaked ones and fold the foil. I simply poke holes in the top. My BBQ has 4 burners with heat diffusers over each burner. I toss the pouch on the far left burner and let the other 3 stay off (good BBQ means indirect heat). I let the smoker start up and once the smoke starts billowing out I toss in whatever I plan to BBQ. What's cool, my BBQ came with the grills designed to remove just one that sits over a single burner so you can BBQ with it. I was on vacation last week, and slow BBQ'd about 40#'s of ribs. Family had a hayday with them (including the homemade cornbread I made with it).
I have quite a few portable grills. Getting rid of alot of old ones and upgrading to all new (well, keeping one of my original 3 burner yukon and misc accessories). Nice thing I love about the grills I work with, I can toss them into a back section of my camper or keep a 2 burner with misc accessories in my driftboat and use on a quick shorelunch.
That is the most awsome grill I have ever seen:thumb:
Now if it were only a charcoal grill life would be perfect.