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

    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 we’ll move on to the 3-burner models. After that, we’ll see what the big deal is with Weber’s “luxury edition” grill, the Weber Genesis II LX. As you can see from the photo above, the Weber Spirit II E-210 is different from the Weber Genesis…

  • What is an infrared grill?
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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…