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  • Charcoal

    7 70.00%
  • Gas

    3 30.00%
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Thread: Gas or Charcoal?

  1. Quote Originally Posted by fstroupe View Post
    The BBQ Forum has been idle far too long. Do you use gas or charcoal?

    Personally I only have charcoal capability, but thinking about picking up my first gas grill in about 10 years, to burn dogs and burgers a little faster.

    May I offer another alternative?
    I have been using a pellet grill for about 7 months now and I think its a great combination of the good points of both with the ability to smoke thrown in.

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    Gas or Charcoal

    I to prefer Charcoal although I'm thinking about adding a small gas grill just to be able to cook outside more and save the kitchen heat during the summer.

  4. #43
    charcoal is the best!I personally like the "cowboy charcoal" brand really gives the meat agreat flavor

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPRSkip View Post
    May I offer another alternative?
    I have been using a pellet grill for about 7 months now and I think its a great combination of the good points of both with the ability to smoke thrown i
    While getting a haircut I was discussing smoking pork butts with my barber. He then told me about pellets available at a local pool supply store. Gonna pick up a bag of hickory pellets and try them out. I am assuming I have to wrap them in foil and throw on top of the charcoal.
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    Lump charcoal only. I have a gas but rairly use it anymore. We cook out several times a week during summer and once or twice durring winter. Bought a big green egg used about a year ago and Its great

  7. #46
    Charcoal grill and charcoal smoker. Gas has its place just not in my weekend grilling.
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    Charcoal with chunks of pecan wood. I also use a chimmney starter to get it going. Never use fluid too many chemicals and costs too much.

  9. #48
    Charcoal with mesquite in the briquets, gives a nice smoke flavor to everything you cook.

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    Charcoal! I love squashing the burger and watching the flames shoot up.

  11. I have both and prefer Gas. Both can give excellent results and both can be screwed up. The gas is quicker to heat up and its a lot easier to adjust heat, if necessary.

    If you want more smoke flavor with a gas grill, it is pretty easy to soak your choice of wood, wrap in foil, punch a few holes and put under the grill rack.

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