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2/27/08 4:09 PM
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kot1k
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I'm shopping for a Grill, probably propane. My budget is $500, but if there's somethign spectacular, I'd go higher. Any suggestions?
2/27/08 4:32 PM
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Edited: 27-Feb-08
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Big Green Egg - if you can find a demo model from an Eggfest its around $575. Best money I've EVER spent.
2/28/08 10:06 AM
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Kevin Curtis
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^^ Weber makes better food in your opinion than a BGE? Only thing that has stopped me from buying a Weber, is that there isn't a hinged cover... got to either hold the lid, or set it down someplace... seems a bit inconvenient.
2/28/08 12:25 PM
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Kevin Curtis
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Ahhhh... gotcha
2/28/08 12:28 PM
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Thanks for the help guys. I'd love a charcoal grill, but it's just not gonna happen. Are the Webbers decent? I need a pretty big grilling surface as well.
2/28/08 8:49 PM
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