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Old 04-18-2019, 12:22 AM   #31
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One more vote for Weber 26 and Slow N Sear. Got 'em in last week. I have a 22" as well and I love it which is my most used grill but at times it gets small so I finally pulled the trigger.

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Oh wow... you did it!!!!! :)
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Old 04-18-2019, 12:59 AM   #32
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Oh wow... you did it!!!!! :)
Couldn't resist it anymore. I'm excited to fire it up.
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Old 04-18-2019, 01:16 AM   #33
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Couldn't resist it anymore. I'm excited to fire it up.


The difference in size and just room to spread out is pretty impressive when comparing the 26.75 to a 22. Look forward to seeing you light it up! And the first cook is gonna be?
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The difference in size and just room to spread out is pretty impressive when comparing the 26.75 to a 22. Look forward to seeing you light it up! And the first cook is gonna be?
Oh yes! I'm thinking brisket.
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Oh yes! I'm thinking brisket.
Brisket is easy peasy on the 26 with the slow & Sear.
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Allow me to be the contrarian here; I've had all the sizes (minus the RK) and my favorite by a mile is the jumbo joe. I cook for my family of five 3-4 times a week on it.
I have one of the small chimney starters and can cook half a summer on one bag of kingsford. It takes half a bag just to get the 26" going.
I've down low and slow, reverse sear, screaming hot, and everything in between. Best of all, I got the grill for free.
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Allow me to be the contrarian here; I've had all the sizes (minus the RK) and my favorite by a mile is the jumbo joe. I cook for my family of five 3-4 times a week on it.
I have one of the small chimney starters and can cook half a summer on one bag of kingsford. It takes half a bag just to get the 26" going.
I've down low and slow, reverse sear, screaming hot, and everything in between. Best of all, I got the grill for free.
Cool. Where is that grate from?
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Old 04-18-2019, 10:34 AM   #38
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Late to this thread, but has anyone mentioned the 26’er?












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Cool. Where is that grate from?
Its off my weber Q100 gas grill. Fits perfectly in the JJ.
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I say the Ranch Kettle......

You know...I had a RK once. They're cool to look at, but I didn't like cooking on it. I enjoy cooking on my 26" so much more that I bought two 26's in case I ever need the extra real estate.

My cousin still has an RK. He told me last week he uses his Traeger nearly all the time now.

It has it's place, but I never found myself using it more than 1-2x per year. My cousin is the same way.
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I do miss my Weber 22in When I got my Egg I gave the Weber to my son Later I found out he gave it away- I was not happy about that My father used Webers Would love to have one of them- antique classics
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I ran to Home Depot and Lowes. They only had 22’s. They had a 22” Master Touch though. Lowes had some other stuff. They had a Joe Barrel and some Akorns. I am going over to my Ace on the Island tomorrow. I hate going to that ACE because they have an incredible BBQ department. I always spend some money in there. Hopefully they have a 26.
LMAO!.....You might just bring home a Weber Summit Charcoal if you go to ACE Hardware!.......which would be super cool also BTW........
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