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Topic: Something Portable . . . . From: Graham,
Subject: Re: Smallest Gas Barbecue
What is the smallest gas barbecue that you know of, we live in England, and need something portable, to take to outdoor events.
The smallest gas barbecue that I know of is one attended by a single midget with a gastro-intestinal problem. Har! Har!
Actually, if you have read my glossary, you already know that a barbecue is an occasion upon which barbecue is served.
But, to answer your question, there are several small gas grills fueled by a 12 oz - 1 lb. bottles of propane upon which you can grill 'burgers and the like. They are normally available at locations purveying to the boating or recreational vehicle crowd. They are about 4"X10"X15" in size.
More flexible, in my estimation, is a quality charcoal fueled hibachi. You can broil steaks (chops) etc., with much better flavor and still do the low temp. items. They do a great job on sea food and shish ka bob. And, they are cheap, cheap, but very serviceable. Don't expect to barbecue on either.
I seriously miss my old MG TD. You don't happen to have one handy, do you? I'll trade a state of the art grill on wheels.
Luck on finding what you need,