Poll...How many BBQ toys

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How many BBQ toys do you own

1
1
2%
2-3
11
22%
4-5
16
32%
6-7
7
14%
8 +
15
30%
 
Total votes: 50

Bubba-Q

Poll...How many BBQ toys

Post by Bubba-Q » Fri Mar 24, 2006 7:40 am

Like to see how a poll works on this board so here goes :


Feel free to take the poll and then post/brag about your toys
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Bubba-Q

Post by Bubba-Q » Fri Mar 24, 2006 7:48 am

20` 5000lb Custom built rig- "The Bubba-Q"
WSM
22" Weber Kettle
55 gal Drum
True North Electric Smoker (hides face)
Some sort of gasser (wedding gift 15 years ago)
14" cast Iron Hibachi...one of the originals : )
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Peter

Toys

Post by Peter » Fri Mar 24, 2006 8:25 am

Good One clone on a 16' catering trailer, known as the Good Three
Big Crown Verity gasser burning charcoal
little gasser
Meco bullet - my first cooker
Chargriller
old refrigerator shelf, pile of rocks, stack of wood

Dkoster

Stuff

Post by Dkoster » Fri Mar 24, 2006 8:32 am

Just BBQ's then? Or all the toys. Let's just go BBQ's.

1 Backwoods Smoker Professional
1 Backwoods Smoker Patio
2 Large 1000sq" grills
1 Large gas grill that I havent fired up in years
1 Weber Kettle (well coming soon, want BBQ in back yard)

What I would like
1 Mid size smoker that I can easily carry around to events, the backwoods is 1200 lbs
1 Offset smoker...oh whos kidding who. A couple.

Peter

Re: Stuff

Post by Peter » Fri Mar 24, 2006 9:08 am

Dkoster wrote: What I would like
1 Mid size smoker that I can easily carry around to events, the backwoods is 1200 lbs
1 Offset smoker...oh whos kidding who. A couple.
Wish I could get down to a 1200 lb cooker LOL

BTW Darryl .. did you get a call from a fella in Lindsay? He wandered on to my site looking for a caterer and I referred him to you.

Roger

Post by Roger » Fri Mar 24, 2006 12:16 pm

Ole Hickory Convecture Tri Oven
Primo Oval Ceramic Smoker
Brinkman Smoke'N Pit
Broil King Propane grill.

JR

Post by JR » Fri Mar 24, 2006 4:47 pm

1.Weber Bullet smoker
2.Weber 22" platinum kettl grill
3. No name, table top propane grill
4. Lhur Jensen Big Chief electric smoker :oops:
5. Vermont Castings natural gas grill :D :D :D :D :D

John
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Dkoster

Certainly did Peter

Post by Dkoster » Fri Mar 24, 2006 6:01 pm

Peter,

I certainly did get a call from the person you mentioned, thank you. If we get this event you will be welcome for supper anytime your down (well, actually you really would be already....just sounds good)!.

Smokin Eh

BBQ toys

Post by Smokin Eh » Fri Mar 24, 2006 6:32 pm

Nine BGEs - 7 large, 1 extra large, 1 mini
A tejas smoker
2 Napoleons
1 deep fryer
2 water smokers

O crap. I have too many. That's why we only cook on the eggs now.

Aaron

Post by Aaron » Mon Mar 27, 2006 11:34 am

1 large BGE
1 WSM
1 Lodge sportsman grill
1 Pig cooker
1 22.5 inch kettle
2 custom shish kebeab cookers
1 Gasser
1 hibachi
access to 1 xl bge a 1 traeger pellet pooper(070) and 1 traeger (100) when needed
more to come this year.
Aaron

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Barry
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Post by Barry » Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:27 pm

I have my big trailer cooker which is 5ft long x 30 ins round it is a offset
My grandsons little one
1 2ft x4ft charcole grill
1 2ft x2ft charcole grill
1 smoking Joe weber small one
And am starting on another one which will be some where in the 3ft long x 20 ins round again an offset as I bbq with wood only most times All are built by myself excpet the smoking Joe And they work how about that
Barry
Old wood burner

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Post by Barry » Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:32 pm

Frogot my turkey cooker it is a Eastman Outdores Country Chef
Barry
Old wood burner

Aaron

Post by Aaron » Sat Apr 01, 2006 11:46 am

Thanks Barry you reminded me about my 2 turkey fryers.I was in the local Zehrs last week and they had complete kits for $55,so if any ones looking give them a try.
Aaron

Evan
Beer Wench
Posts: 5
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The middle number please (3): 5
Location: Scarborough, Ont

Post by Evan » Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:55 am

1) 16x32 homemade "underset" (firebox underneath)
2) Primo round
3) Weber Smokey Joe
4) 2 gassers (1 at cottage)

Evan

Steve McMurtry
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Post by Steve McMurtry » Wed Apr 05, 2006 6:32 pm

Hey,

1 WSM
1 Weber Gas grill
3 Dutch Ovens

Cheers :D
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