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Old 12-12-2011, 12:52 PM   #11
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I really don't like the idea of smoking up the side of the trailer. Awning companies also do not reccomend BBQ's under the awnings.
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Old 12-12-2011, 03:39 PM   #12
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Lee, no crabs on the side???
Sad to say but CRAB season is over til March.
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The ultimate outside grill, for flavor that is.
There is nothing better in my eyes that a good thick steak cooked over a hot oak campfire! mmmm......

Not to got tooooooo far off topic ... but we cook a good steak like that about 2 days into camping and then the next night have a big fijita bar with the leftovers....add a few good Coronas or some Margaritas and there aint nothing better.

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There is nothing better in my eyes that a good thick steak cooked over a hot oak campfire! mmmm......

Not to got tooooooo far off topic ... but we cook a good steak like that about 2 days into camping and then the next night have a big fijita bar with the leftovers....add a few good Coronas or some Margaritas and there aint nothing better.

Ok --- back on topic before Crabman gets onto me.....
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Killbearcamper-- You could get a stove top from a pup that will mount to the bracket on the tt. You could also put it on a table with a hole drilled for the gas line. Be sure that the stove you get has a shield to keep the heat off of the tt wall. The way our RVQ II mounts there is a foot of space between the tt wall and the grill but the pup's have the stoves right next to the sides. Larry
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Old 12-22-2011, 09:25 AM   #16
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Thanks for all the great ideas! I went and checked out the Camp Chef website and they have some pretty neat cooking solutions that should work for me.

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We are anxiously awaiting the samples.....I like my filet mignon medium...thx!
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