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Old 09-11-2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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Yes. I ordered a burner and regulator from them and It grills awesome.. Once my portable grill wears out, I'm getting another one for sure!!!
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Old 09-11-2007, 11:11 AM   #2
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I am surprised that Weber has not sued them for their defamatory statements made on their website.

hmm personally it is nice looking but I will stick with charcoal.

call me a Neanderthal but I prefer the taste.
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Old 09-11-2007, 11:24 AM   #3
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You can cook with something other than charcoal....
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You can cook with something other than charcoal....
LOL yes I can my Traegers
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Old 09-11-2007, 12:53 PM   #5
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You can cook with something other than charcoal....
LOL yes I can my Traegers
Sorry..that was ment as a general thing....but it applies to you as well
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I prefer charcoal for direct heat grilling as well, although IR ala "Tec," Solaire, and many others, is a close second. To my mind, either system is far preferable to "flavorizing bars" or ceramic briquettes used in other systems, such as Weber. That said, I wouldn't be surprised if, in a few years, we're forbidden from using charcoal in Los Angeles County and other areas particularly susceptible to particulate emission.

My interest piqued by the term, I looked for anything "defamatory" on the Rasmussen/Solaire website and found nothing. In fact, the only references to Weber seem to be quotes from Weber itself, and from a Barron's Magazine review of the little Solaire portable SS likes so much. Neither could be considered remotely defamatory.

D, I'm curious. What did Soailre say about Weber you considered defamatory?

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LOL well I think I will have to retract what I said earlier about defamatory. I read something wrong - should have probably put my glasses on
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No problem with MY EYES. It's my arms. They're not long enough.

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I don't find any difference in taste between charcoal grilling and infrared grilling.. Both taste like chared meat with juicy meat inside.. You aint smokin the meat. yer charring it....
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I was going to say it is because of where they are located... but...better stop there..
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