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      04-23-2015, 04:33 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by fcman View Post
Just bought my first house and my dad bought me a big green egg a couple weeks ago as a house warming gift. Debating picking up a propane grill as well since the Egg isn't really convenient when just cooking for 2, anyone have suggestions for something relatively small but good?

That's a nice house warming gift. There are loads of cheap gas grill out there, and many of them tend not to last very long. Before I got my Weber, I had a Char-Broil Patio Caddie gas grill. It was good for a small space, however on the downside it only had one burner and a small grilling surface. The small surface wasn't a big deal if you are only cooking a few burgers or chicken breasts. It was definitely a pain in the ass when trying to grill corn on the cob or kabobs.

Maybe one of the smaller Weber gas grills like the Spirit E210 would work for you. It has two burners and the side tables can also fold down to take up less space. I think they go for around $400.
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