Gas or Charcoal?


Gas or Charcoal?

  • Charcoal

    Votes: 7 70.0%
  • Gas

    Votes: 3 30.0%

  • Total voters
    10
  • Poll closed .

SPRSkip

New member
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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tx_geezer

New member
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.
 

golocx4

Got Beretta's?
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.
 

Billy_B

New member
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
 
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.
 

gr225

New member
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.
 

Banjarmon

New member
Charcoal only!! It gives good heat and you can add your favorite wood chips or chunks for smoking!

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danoleaver

New member
Pretty much same as everyone. Charcoal for taste. I have both and each has its place. My weber charcoal has a gas lighter on it makes it almost as fast as gas if you wait for the heat up on gas.
 

akoda

New member
I burn sticks [emoji4] this is my setup at a recent BBQ competition I have 6 weber kettles too, gave my gasser away


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