Weber Q-100 Gas Grill by Weber
This grill has a 189-sq. in. grilling surface. It weighs only 28-lbs. so it's great for taking to the park or for tailgate parties. A disposable 14.1-oz. propane cylinder (not included) lasts up to 1.5 hours. It comes almost fully assembled so it's ready to go once out of the box! The grill has a pu... See complete description »
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This grill has a 189-sq. in. grilling surface. It weighs only 28-lbs. so it's great for taking to the park or for tailgate parties. A disposable 14.1-oz. propane cylinder (not included) lasts up to 1.5 hours. It comes almost fully assembled so it's ready to go once out of the box! The grill has a push-button ignition for easy, reliable lighting, an infinitely adjustable burner valve with high-quality regulator, sturdy glass-reinforcement nylon grill
frame, cast aluminum lid and body, large heat-resistant lid handle and a porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate. 8,500 BTUs.
Well made, just what one expects from Weber. The hose kit that you need for a 20# tank I thought was a little pricey (almost $40 from Weber on their website), but the little grill does a very nice job on all sorts of things. As advertised on the Food Network page, the grill is very easy to clean and is recommended as very good overall.
I haven't actually used it yet, but it was simple to put together.
This is a good grill for basic cooking. I'll start with the downsides... it doesn't get super-hot like the bigger ones (not as many BTUs, I'm guessing) -- so you can't really sear the outside of your meat. And, the surface area is small, so no grilling meat and corn on the cob for four at the same time.
That said, we are very happy with it. We have been moving around a bit lately and this is something that's VERY easy to move with us. I can see bringing it to a tailgate party, a picnic in a park, etc... "have grill, will travel."
If you don't have the room for a reg. Weber, this BabyQ will do the job. Cooks almost as well as the large Webers, very even cooking temps, great quality.
Only improvement I can this of for this product would be an even more non-stick grill. Otherwise it's been great.
Chuck, round, and shank cuts are best for braising, pot roast, and slow-cooking like barbecue. Look for cuts with lots of connective tissue and bone for optimum tenderness.