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Catering, Food Handling and Awareness *OnTopic* Forum to educate us on safe food handling. Not specifically for Catering or competition but overall health and keeping our families safe too.


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Unread 05-29-2013, 01:38 PM   #16
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Unread 05-29-2013, 02:39 PM   #17
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I would want to see that close up before I invested in it. I get a little dubious about things with too many bells and whistles.

You might try looking at used restaurant equipment resellers. I actually got mine from a friend who is something of a "picker". He found 2 of them somewhere and sold them both to me for $350. I sold the other one for $250. The price falls a lot once they're used, and a can of Rustoleum hi-temp paint covers many sins.
I gotta agree with you ....most likely wont hold up long.
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If you want something commercial grade that will take the abuse and last, check out
http://www.crownverity.com/products/...al-grill-BM-60

They became a sponsor of mine after I had bought their largest propane grill for the parties I throw. Everything they make is commercial grade. They aren't the cheapest out there, but the quality is worth the price if you want serious cooking equipment.

If you are interested I can hook you up with a decent discount, like 35%, from the US sales manager who I work with as my contact at the company, just pm me with your contact info.
I bought the BM-60 about 6 months ago...it is great! very heavy duty with removable legs! I love it for catering grilling events.

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If you hit the lottery recently, you might want to look into one of these:

http://www.grillery.com/khxc/index.p...tanding+Grills
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If you hit the lottery recently, you might want to look into one of these:

http://www.grillery.com/khxc/index.p...tanding+Grills
Holy smokes...I need a cold shower now.
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I bought the BM-60 about 6 months ago...it is great! very heavy duty with removable legs! I love it for catering grilling events.

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If you hit the lottery recently, you might want to look into one of these:

http://www.grillery.com/khxc/index.p...tanding+Grills

I have to own one of those some day.
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For DYI, what kind/gauge metal is optimal to build a 2' x 4' x 12" box? I was thinking maybe 12 -14 gauge sheet metal, but not sure about low carbon or alloyed steel.
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If you want something commercial grade that will take the abuse and last, check out
http://www.crownverity.com/products/...al-grill-BM-60

They became a sponsor of mine after I had bought their largest propane grill for the parties I throw. Everything they make is commercial grade. They aren't the cheapest out there, but the quality is worth the price if you want serious cooking equipment.

If you are interested I can hook you up with a decent discount, like 35%, from the US sales manager who I work with as my contact at the company, just pm me with your contact info.
A friend that has a catering company has an old Crown Verity. Very well built, but not a one person deal. Adding charcoal is not easy and the grate needs two people to adjust height or get set up. It has been around for over 30 years now and going strong though.
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Not sure if big enough for your needs but Big John's carries a basic, sturdy 5 footer for about $500-600 (I think), bought mine used. Think they're a touch cheaper than Meadow Creek (not talking about their chicken cooker). It has a single piece solid steel trough with a large adjustable steel grate. Legs unscrew for packing, and heavy duty wheels optional.
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Not sure if big enough for your needs but Big John's carries a basic, sturdy 5 footer for about $500-600 (I think), bought mine used. Think they're a touch cheaper than Meadow Creek (not talking about their chicken cooker). It has a single piece solid steel trough with a large adjustable steel grate. Legs unscrew for packing, and heavy duty wheels optional.
Thanks for the info, big john makes some nice stuff! I am waiting for my crown verity now. I couldn't beat the price they gave for the quality of product(with the help of tailgatejoe).

Thanks to everyone actually for the input....
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Unread 06-07-2013, 07:43 PM   #27
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wow some of those are amazing
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FWIW for comparison shopping, the BM-60 is $659 at Sams Club right now with free delivery.
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FWIW for comparison shopping, the BM-60 is $659 at Sams Club right now with free delivery.

I helped to op do better direct from the company

btw, msrp for the unit is $1050.
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btw, msrp for the unit is $1050.
just picked mine up yesterday...smokin deal, nice grill!
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