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Old 07-21-2013, 06:44 PM  
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Finally upgraded to a new gas grill

http://www.charbroil.com/grills/gas-...met-t-22d.html


The steaks came out great for a change.

Nice to have a grill that makes me feel like I can cook again.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:30 AM   #91
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I got destroyed for saying gas tastes different to me. You better be careful.
I thought you said you could actually taste the gas, and not just that the food tasted different. That does seem a little kooky to me.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:45 AM   #92
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I thought you said you could actually taste the gas, and not just that the food tasted different. That does seem a little kooky to me.
Not sure my what my wording was. I guess I putting blame on the gas itself because it tasted different. Half the time I don't make sense. The other half I'm brilliant. I honestly taste a difference between charcoal and gas. I might not know what it is, but I don't like gas.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:48 AM   #93
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I thought you said you could actually taste the gas, and not just that the food tasted different. That does seem a little kooky to me.
he did...he said repeatedly he could taste the propane.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:56 AM   #94
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he did...he said repeatedly he could taste the propane.
OMG NO WAY!!!!!!!
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:02 AM   #95
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I always let my charcoal go for a few a hours first and gotten pretty good at guessing the right amount to use. Get a bag of Matchlight and a couple pounds of filets. Magic within 15 minutes when your grill goes up in flames.
Dafuq?!?!?

Look, I think Gas Grills are the debil and think anyone that has to resort to one is less of a man for having to do so.

That all being said - you should go kill yourself...immediately.

Matchlight? Are you ****ing kidding me? Lighter fluid in general is awful and that matchlight shit is the most god-awful, meat ruining substance to ever grace God's green earth. I believe it was invented when Hitler was in charge of research and development for Kingsford.

As others have said - WTF is so difficult about a chimney starter? Start your coals and wait 10 minutes. It's ridiculously easy and involves zero lighter fluid (seriously...I can't believe someone just suggested matchlight on filets. Has that person killed himself yet?). Get your steaks out of the fridge and let them come down a bit while you're waiting for the coals to burn and you're in good shape.

There's nothing that can be done on a grill that doesn't take 10 minutes unless you're talking about hot dogs. Making hamburgers? It's going to take you 5-10 minutes to season and form. Chicken? Seasoning and patting. Steaks? Season, pat and rest. Everything on a grill takes 10 minutes or so of prep.

So why someone believes you can't just use that ten minutes while waiting for the coals to glow is just beyond me.
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:07 AM   #96
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Even using a cast iron skillet on a grill is better. The sear makes the steak.
I love that method in the winter...I hate that my house fills with smoke though. And there's just not a good way around it; if you don't use an oil, you won't get a proper sear and the oil's going to burn off. Though I finally wised up and started using Canola; with the higher flashpoint it works much better.

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Lump charcoal absolutely, positively makes a difference in flavor.
Yeah, lump's great stuff. It burns so damn fast that you roar through a bag of it, but it makes such a hot fire that it can run with any of the 'sear' methods and no, a gas grill can't touch it. IMO, there's no better way to cook a steak than over lump charcoal.
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:16 AM   #97
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How is clean up on the infra-red grills?
Hard crusty baked on food still hard to get off with stainless steel... The beauty of the infrared is it gets so damn hot it torches the burnt stuck to the grill stuff pretty quick..

You want an infrared grill to be black, the blacker it gets the hotter it gets..


You can cook a lb of bacon on it and it won't flare up
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:20 AM   #98
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Has anyone ever used an out door, electric plug in grill? Those things put both gas and char coal grills to shame. Plug it up, set the temp, ready almost instantly.

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Old 07-22-2013, 09:24 AM   #99
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Has anyone ever used an out door, electric plug in grill? Those things put both gas and char coal grills to shame. Plug it up, set the temp, ready almost instantly.

Is this something new? Never knew they had these
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Has anyone ever used an out door, electric plug in grill? Those things put both gas and char coal grills to shame. Plug it up, set the temp, ready almost instantly.

Already have a george foreman grill, and an electric range with pans what would I do with that?
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:33 AM   #101
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Gas grills suck. Sorry for the opinion. The fun of grilling and smoking stuff is that it takes some effort to do it. I can make a mean steak on a Foreman grill in reality.
Comparing a gas grill to a George Foreman grill is beyond stupid and I think you know it.
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:36 AM   #102
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I have a weber chimney starter and it literally takes only 8-10 minutes to get the coals red. I don't see how anyone could have problems with charcoal.
I've never cooked with charcoal. How do you gauge and control the heat?
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:36 AM   #103
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Dafuq?!?!?

Look, I think Gas Grills are the debil and think anyone that has to resort to one is less of a man for having to do so.

That all being said - you should go kill yourself...immediately.

Matchlight? Are you ****ing kidding me? Lighter fluid in general is awful and that matchlight shit is the most god-awful, meat ruining substance to ever grace God's green earth. I believe it was invented when Hitler was in charge of research and development for Kingsford.

As others have said - WTF is so difficult about a chimney starter? Start your coals and wait 10 minutes. It's ridiculously easy and involves zero lighter fluid (seriously...I can't believe someone just suggested matchlight on filets. Has that person killed himself yet?). Get your steaks out of the fridge and let them come down a bit while you're waiting for the coals to burn and you're in good shape.

There's nothing that can be done on a grill that doesn't take 10 minutes unless you're talking about hot dogs. Making hamburgers? It's going to take you 5-10 minutes to season and form. Chicken? Seasoning and patting. Steaks? Season, pat and rest. Everything on a grill takes 10 minutes or so of prep.

So why someone believes you can't just use that ten minutes while waiting for the coals to glow is just beyond me.
I'm with you on charcoal vs. gas, but 10 minutes, really? Never in my life have I had coals ready in less than 10.

To me, it's the price of admission. But no way you're ready to grill in 10 minutes. You shouldn't be putting food over the coals until they're covered with a thin layer of ash.
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I've never cooked with charcoal. How do you gauge and control the heat?
Air vents.
Super hot you should be able to hold your hand over the grate for more than probably 1-2 seconds.
Medium I use the same concept but about 3-4 seconds.

I’ve become pretty good at setting the lid on and getting around 350.
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:40 AM   #105
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I'm with you on charcoal vs. gas, but 10 minutes, really? Never in my life have I had coals ready in less than 10.

To me, it's the price of admission. But no way you're ready to grill in 10 minutes. You shouldn't be putting food over the coals until they're covered with a thin layer of ash.

Next time I light the grill using my chimney starter, I'm gonna time everything lol.
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