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Unread 04-14-2013, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default BGE/Weber Kettle Table-- "The Grill Star"

The "Grill Star" is now fully operational. It is nowthe most powerful grilling station in the galaxy...................


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Unread 04-14-2013, 08:53 PM   #2
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WOW That is beautiful Nice Work
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My non-griller buddy said it was like putting a ferrari nest to a pinto. I explained its a lot more like your high school girlfriend next to your wife......
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Awesome setup! Well done...
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best of both worlds if you ask me.
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I like it.
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I like it, too. Steaks while you are doing a slow & low smoke.
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Nice work!

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very nice setup. Spot lights for early morning smokes and evening grilling sessions would be a worthwhile addition in phase 2.
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Very nice setup.
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Nice work. What did you use for the surface of the table top between the cookers?
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That looks great! Do you have any plans for something to block wind and/or rain? I have plans to put up something in the far corner of my patio to do that.
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The prep surface is made up of 2x2 Black Obsidian Granite tiles. Its top heavy so if you were going to put up something to shield the rain I would suggest using 4X4s for the post or the thing could turn into a giant sail.
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Here is a couple more shots. Notice the corner braces as well as the hooks and plant hangers.

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Just found your post..I just posted earlier about a way to combine my kamado, 22.5" kettle, & a large gas burner onto an awesome grilling cart...

Nice addition you got there....Seeing yours make me think I'm going to incorporate a hole for a large square umbrella on it....Should find a deal now that Aug is approaching
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