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magnusfide

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Posted: 02/07/21 06:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Rich if the Weber works really well as you said just keep it and adapt it. I have a Weber and it works just fine for the things you mention. I use foil pans for quick cleanup. They're cheap and they take up a lot less space in your RV than another appliance.

I learned the foil pan method from an old scoutmaster back in the 70s. The secrets are to get a heavy duty foil sheet cake pan or 9x13 lasagne pan. Then be aware of the sequence of how you cook your items. Cook the bacon or sausage first. Then cook your eggs. I've also cooked frozen waffles on the grill itself. It's much cheaper than buying another appliance and it creates a quick clean up. When I see those foil pans on sale I stock up and keep them stowed in the mh.

garmp wrote:

I guess it's different strokes for different folks, but we love our Cobb Grill.

The Cobbs are great. You make a good point too that everyone has their favorite appliance. We like our Weber for the road. We do a lot of cold weather camping. When I'm not using the DO I like to use the old foil pan method on the Weber for a number of dishes if we aren't cooking inside the motorhome.


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Posted: 02/07/21 09:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a Weber Q1000. Being a Weber it is of high quality. I think it is a great gas grill as far as gas grills go. I also made a metal plate griddle of 3/16" plate for breakfast cookig. For good meat grilling I think the Vector Smoke Hollow. It is very adjustable, has wide window of temperature, and you can get real smoke from real wood. I've made as good a ribs on it as my regular Weber Kettle.


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