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Figure I would kick this off. What's everyone's tool of choice for grilling?

 

I'm using a Weber Spirit E-310 and I love it. Great construction and awesome results. After about 10 years of dealing with inferior grills, I finally made the decision to buy a Weber and couldn't be happier.

 

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I have my Weber Genesis Silver for almost 11 years now, it never lets me down

I haven't been able to keep a grill for more then 5 years and I take pretty good care of them. Guess it's time to spring for a weber next time!

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I haven't been able to keep a grill for more then 5 years and I take pretty good care of them. Guess it's time to spring for a weber next time!

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If the fire bowl and burner supports are made of sheet metal,. Walk away. You want cast aluminum for everything.

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I've been using my little 14" Ol' Smokey for 4 or 5 years now. It's so small because, when I got it, the wife was on a vegetarian kick so I was only cooking for me. Use it probably once a week during the spring, summer, and fall. I've liked it so much that, if/when it has to be replaced, I'll probably get another...just the next size bigger.

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Forum newb here thought I'd share my grill setup. Homemade by a neighbor at least 15 years ago.

 

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Original grate was replaced with a ceramic coated one smaller than I needed held up by a brick on the loose corner. I can still get 12 burgers on it ;) And if times get real bad I can probably make a fine soup by boiling the brick. ;)

The favored item is a toss up between ribeyes and chicken, its all in the rub for the steak and the brine for the chicken.

 

Started making some grilling tools too. Made this for a friend.

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I have a small shop and like to work in wood and steel.

 

 

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