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How to use the old gas grill...

cahuckcahuck Posts: 31
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
now that I have an egg-

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How do you use yours?
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  • BoatmanBoatman Posts: 854
    Grill a quick hot dog for lunch....that's about it B)
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  • OttawaEggOttawaEgg Posts: 283
    Our gasser belongs to wifie - it is her realm of BBQ. She uses it when I'm not around "egging".

    Only time I use it is to do some quick hotdogs for the kids, or just to warm something up. All outdoor cooks are done on the egg - moving some inside cooks out there too!
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  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,665
    Get rid of those grids and you can fit a lot more stuff in there ;)
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  • They are great for storage aren't they. :laugh: :laugh:
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  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    That's what I call my downstairs gasser, "STORAGE"! :laugh:
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  • Egg-N-TinoEgg-N-Tino Posts: 157
    After two years of looking at my gasser, I finally just 'gave' it away to a co-worker. Funny thing is, there was no sadness when it was lifted into his truck and he drove away. HOWEVER; I am now in the market for a storage container :woohoo:
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  • WhipstockWhipstock Posts: 104
    I did the same with my old gas grill, it now holds all my egg stuff.
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  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    Gave it away last Sunday--donated it to hunting camp of neighbor-who owns several hundred acres. In doing so, we secured a place to hunt for me and my husband for archery season; a very good barter I think! :lol: After less than two months of having our eggs it was clear the gasser was going to be a dust collector! :laugh:
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  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    I have never owned a gasser.
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  • Very little. Just sits by the egg and watches use it often. The gasser is good for a quick hot dog or sausage for lunch and that only about once a month. Glad the gas in the tank doesn't get old.

    Gordon
    Vero Beach, FL
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  • DryFlyDryFly Posts: 351
    Hot Dogs, hamburgers, sausages, shrimp or anything that is quick. I also have a Q-Griller on it that I cook veggies and an occasional breakfast. I don't see the point of starting up my Eggs for these type of cooks.I even have a large stone on it that I plan on cooking pizza on, thereby saving my gasket.

    My Eggs see BB and Beef ribs, Butts, chicken, tenderloins, rib roasts, chili, beans and the like. Haven't done a brisket yet. not a big fan.
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  • and I sold mine on ebay... :sick:
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  • Gave mine to my brother for his cabin. Go and see it from time to time. B)
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  • tke71709tke71709 Posts: 16
    I use mine for anything quick and I use the side burner to light my chimney of charcoal quickly and efficiently.
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