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    The Ultimate Guide to Portable Gas Grills

    I didn’t include portable gas grills in the gigantic Grill Buying Guide I recently wrote. That’s because portable gas grills really deserve a category of their own! There are tons of them. Some are designed to be table-top models, while others are designed as standalone units. Some can even work both ways. We’ll take a look at the standalone portable gas grills first. After that, we’ll look at table-top gas grills. And then we’ll finish off with a fun portable grill made exclusively for rabid Star Wars fans! Standalone Portable Gas Grills Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE If you’re looking at all-purpose portable gas grills that you can use for camping, tailgating, or…

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    Weber Spirit vs. Genesis: What’s the Difference?

    Why, hello there! If you came here from a Google search and were expecting to land at buydontbuy.net, you’re in the right place! This article used to be over there, but I moved it over here. Growing pains, you see. Thanks for your understanding! Weber Spirit vs. Genesis, Part I: The E-210 First up in our Weber Spirit vs. Genesis battles: the E-210 model gas grills! Oh, and btw, we’re really talking about Spirit II vs. Genesis II. Skip to the summary if you ain’t got time for the full analysis. In this article, we will look at both models of each grill series side-by-side. We’ll start with the 2-burner models, and then…

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    2018 Grill Buying Guide, Part 2 of 2: Detailed Reviews of 20+ Amazing Grills

    Welcome to Part 2 of GRILLGUIDE.net’s big ol’ two-part Grill Buying Guide! Click here if you missed Part 1 and need some help navigating the different types of grills that are available. Otherwise, let’s get right to it and look at some grills! Grill Buying Guide Part 1 Charcoal Grill Pros | Cons Ceramic Grill Pros | Cons Gas Grill Pros | Cons Wood Pellet Grill Pros | Cons TL;DR: Pros and Cons Recap Grill Buying Guide Part 2 Charcoal Grill Buying Guide Ceramic Grill Buying Guide Gas Grill Buying Guide Wood Pellet Grill Buying Guide Top of Page Charcoal Grill Buying Guide Weber Smokey Joe 14-inch Portable Grill The first grill featured in this grill buying guide is the…

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    2018 Grill Buying Guide, Part 1 of 2: Grill types, pros/cons, and more

    This article is the first part of GRILLGUIDE.net’s gigantic two-part Grill Buying Guide! We’re going to kick things off by going over some basics of what to consider before buying a grill. If you already know what kind of grill you want (e.g. gas, charcoal, ceramic, or wood pellet), skip to Part 2! If you’re not entirely clear on how to buy a grill or what to look for in a grill, your first decision should be whether you want to grill with charcoal, gas, or wood pellets. Most people are going to be choosing between charcoal and gas because those types of grills are the most familiar (and the most affordable).…

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    What is an infrared grill?

    Greetings and salutations! * If you just came here through Google … this page WAS on buydontbuy.net but I just moved it here! Growing pains, you see. Thanks for your understanding. What is an infrared grill? It sounds super high-tech, but it’s really not! Sorry to disappoint you. The word “infrared” might confuse you at first if you’re thinking of infrared LIGHT instead of infrared heat. Infrared light is commonly used in weather maps and Predator movies. Infrared heat, on the other hand, is a radiant form of heat. It’s the same kind of heat produced by space heaters, toasters, and that big ball of fire in the sky that we call the sun.…

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    That gas grill BTU number: What you need to know!

    Humblest greetings, o grillmaster! * If you just came here through Google … this page WAS on buydontbuy.net but I just moved it here! Growing pains, you see. Thanks for your understanding. Whether you’re actually a master of the grill or just looking to roast a nice, plump weiner (giggity), you might want to know a little something about gas grill BTU ratings. So let’s start out with the most basic tidbit of backyard barbecue trivia: A “BTU” is a British Thermal Unit. See that? B. T. U. Scientifically speaking, one BTU is the amount of energy required to heat one pound of water (about a pint) by 1 degree Fahrenheit. That’s nice…