stovepipemike wrote:I use a Weber "Q" grill. It has the cast aluminum body and is made for the long run.It is called the Baby "Q".It is small in size and we take it camping as well as backyard cookouts.It has easily controlable heat settings and is easy to clean.It is thrifty on the propane also.It does a rustic pizza that is as good as any you will ever get. At the end of last summer I purchased a full surface grill top for home fries,eggs or whatever.I don't ever expect to need another outdoor grille.Weber is worth my money. Mike
I just picked up one of these (The Q100 model) a few weeks ago to use for picnics, tailgating and camping. I was skeptical of how well it would perform, and almost bought a Smokey Joe instead. But, I didn't want to have to deal with hot charcoal after the grilling is done and we want to leave. I read the reviews which were almost universally positive, and decided it was worth a shot.
Needless to say, it rocks! I am more than impressed with the performance of it, and it cooks a lot of food for it's size. I did a pork loin and 4 large ears of corn at once, and have grilled burgers, brats, hotdogs, and chicken breasts, all turning out spectacularly.