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No hibachi, how about a Mini?

edited 11:07PM in EggHead Forum
Years ago, (too many) I had a little single hibachi grill, perfect for
cooking up a burger on a few lumps of charcoal. After trashing my underused, rusty gas grill, I went looking for another small hibachi..
There are none to be found. [p]SHould I even consider the Mini? Will it cook $150 better than my old one (which was smaller and lighter than the Mini BGE.)


  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Doug Warner,
    "(SHould I even consider the Mini? Will it cook $150 better than my old one (which was smaller and lighter than the Mini BGE.)"
    Answer is.........Yes and Yes.
    Welcome aboard...

  • Dr. ChickenDr. Chicken Posts: 620
    Doug Warner,
    You won't be sorry a bit! In fact, you'll be grinning ear to ear each time you get a chance to use it. Then, you'll be lookin' for excuses to use it![p]BTW, Welcome to the forum. The longer you stick around, the more addicted to it and the Egg you'll become! [p]Good luck and good cooking![p]
    Dr. Chicken

  • Doug Warner,[p] Good Lord Man - go out and get a mini right now! I have had mine two months and have yet to light up the Weber Kettle that used to get used three times a week. I have done steaks, chops, trout(mmmm good) and a small pork tenderloin and in each case it was the best I have ever done. The size is perfect for two people and I have no complaints yet. I have used about half a twenty pound bag of lump charcoal to cook three times a week average for two months. In short, you won't regret buying a mini.[p]JET

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