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Topic: BTU Sizing (4 msgs / 61 lines)
1) From: Randolph Wilson
For those of you using gas grills to do your roasting -
I know that most are using high BTU units, but is that because you 
roast outside in cold weather, or does it take the big boys to do the 
job no matter what?
There is a 26,000 btu on sale near me ($66) and if it would do the 
job in mild weather, I am tempted to pick it up.  I really don't want 
the physical size of the higher capacity units.
Thanks in advance,
Randy

2) From: Gerald and Beth Newsom
Randy, if you get that grill, AND it works, I would be very interested in
that myself.  Have already decided that one of Ron's drums is my next
roasting upgrade, but am waiting to spring that "surprise" on my wife when
the furor over new grinders and vacuum pots and so forth has died down a
bit.  :-)  A grill that cheap would be an easier sell than those
higher-priced models. (I hope, anyway.)
Gerald

3) From: Paul Sack
I apologize if I sound like a broken record, but I think it's the wind 
more than the outside temperature that you have to worry about.
On Mar 8, 2006, at 10:33 AM, Randolph Wilson wrote:
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4) From: Randolph Wilson
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Either way,  It will be operated in a sheltered area.  No wind, 
ambient temps.  Thanks though.
Randy


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