Saw this today if anyone is in western ny. I don’t know if it’s a good price, but I know there are collectors here that might be interested.
It’s in pretty good condition, just needs a new igniter, the little metal support bar under one of the wings, and a good cleaning. There is probably $15 worth of propane left in the tank!
Any tips to properly clean the grate would be appreciated. Thanks!
Picked this up on Facebook Marketplace for $10! I’ve never seen a Marlboro Weber grill, didn’t know they were made. I really wasn’t looking for a grill but I figured for $10 it has 3 wood handles in good condition. I’m contemplating sanding off the Marlboro emblems.
My supermarket had a special on some mini pork butts (approx 2# each). I’ve never done one before so I figured it would be a cheap experiment. I’m 6 hours in and the internal temp is 160°, so I think I’m finally moving past the stall - it was stuck at 150° for almost 2 hours.
I’ve never had an ambient temperature probe, and have just been using 2 separate food probes to monitor the cooker temp and the meat temp. Is there enough differences in the accuracy of the ambient vs food probe to warrant purchasing a dedicated ambient probe? I’ve compared my 2 food probes side...
My local Home Depot has their Embers Charcoal on clearance for $1.90/bag. Has anyone used it? It’s made by Royal Oak, but I couldn’t find any info online how it’s made, additives, etc. It got mixed reviews on Home Depot’s site, but I grabbed a few bags anyway just because it’s cheap.