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Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Premium 14-Inch Portable Grill
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- The Weber Smokey Joe charcoal grill is an ideal portable grill for cookouts, tailgate parties, and car camping
- The glass reinforced nylon handle allows you to easily remove the lid as needed
- The cooking grate measures 14-1/2-inch diameter and is triple nickel-plated
- The lid locks for carrying which lowers to double as a lid holder
- 10-year limited warranty
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Not only do these grills live up to their name, they live up to the Weber tradition of quality, performance and long life. The premium version of the classic Smokey Joe Grill, the Tuck-N-Carry features a lid lock that secures the top in place for carrying. The lid lock lowers to serve as a convenient lid holder and wind shield, a must for grilling in unpredictable weather. Dampers are located on top of the bowl for quick, safe pack-ups.
Perfect for cookouts, tailgate parties, or car camping, Weber's Smokey Joe Gold grill is the classic traveling grill. With its 14-1/2-inch-diameter grate, the Smokey Joe Gold easily cooks three steaks at a time or twice as many burgers. The porcelain-enameled bowl and lid resist rust and deliver even heat. When it's down, the lid lock doubles as a lid holder, letting you slide the lip out of the way while you cook. And, when the feast is done, simply fasten the lid lock over the top handle, pick up, and go. As an added bonus, Weber throws in a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens.See all Product description
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And, of course, when I'm slow-cooking (roasting or smoking) with the top closed I don't *want* a lot of heat. I want 250 to maybe 325 degrees, with my meat in the middle and two tiny piles of charcoal on the rim, usually 90 degrees away from the vents. I like the Gold much better than the silver for this kind of cooking.
One other thing: I can grill "hot" in the Joe Gold even without my added grate because I use Stubb's all-natural charcoal (or equivalent), not the supermarket stuff. There's a BIG difference in heat, longevity, and especially in flavor, which you won't care about if (nose in air) you light your cooking fire with chemicals instead of with a chimney as God intended.
This may sound like I'm going to a lot of trouble, but I'm not. Pay the extra $10 for the Gold once, and if you store it under cover it will last for.... I don't know; mine is 10 years old. I replaced the cooking grate because my wife said the original one no longer looked good, although I personally had no problem with it. This is the same with either grill; in fact, cooking grate replacement was the reason I gave up Silver, which I first but had really stopped using in favor of the Gold. $10 one time. Raised grill piece was another one-time thing, maybe 8 years ago. Still works fine. Learning how to adjust the vents and place charcoal, another one-time thing. Once you figure it out, you're good to go about forever, no additional thinking required.
I live in Florida, where men over 55 (as I am) are required by law to own own reclining lounge chairs to watch TV, and muse cook outdoor at leasrt `100 time per year, mostly during the hot months when it makes no sense to heat your place up by cooking indoors when you can start a charcoal fire in 30 seconds with a chimney and some newspaper, and can start cooking on your charcoal in less than 20 minutes, no problem. And now I will go clean the cooking grate in my Joe Gold. Really quick and easy to clean that small grill, which (unlike the grate from a bigger grill) fits easily in our kitchen sink.
It really works!! This is a great grill and it now grills very hot!
I found this tip on the Virtual Weber Bulletin Board, (with photos) just look under "portable grills" for "How I made my SJG burn hot" the post has photos of the above description.