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Old 09-26-2018, 01:42 PM   #1
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120V AC BBQ Recommendations

Hi all,

I am finally getting to replace the BBQ on our new (to us) boat. The brand is called Gaggenau. I have come to learn that these are redicuously expensive ($2,600 replacement).


Do you have a recommendation for a replacement grill? My dimensions are roughly 20" X 15".


Thanks in advance
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What's a "110 BBQ"?
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What's a "110 BBQ"?
OK, I see. Like a 120VAC BBQ?

https://www.cookwithkenyon.com/produ...ilt-in-grills/

You might need to build a spacer to mount the new grill in the existing space.
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Yes, a 120VAC BBQ. This is very helpful. I have reviewed the manual and I cannot determine just how "weatherproof" these units are. The unit is built in and has a fiberglass/gelcoat lid that covers it. Having said that, it's far from being water tight. I am not sure how it will hold up to the elements.
Does anyone have any experience with this or a similar unit?
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I bought a used electric grill for $10 from a thrift type shop. It works well to cook hamburgers etc..., there is no temp adjustment. I do cover it with a lid on a windy day helps keep in the heat. I had a different kind and this one is by far the easiest to keep clean.
You dont leave it outside, only when cooking. Bottom, pan catches the grease.
I clean it back at the dock after we use it.
People laugh when they see it, but are surprised when they see it actually cooks.

I found an online pic of what they look like. Fat Zapper - Richard Simmons.

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BBQ is a food around here. As in, "do you want cole slaw and hot sauce on that plate of bar-b-que? And no, you don't "go to a BBQ." You go to a cookout. If you are going to an event where BBQ is served, that's usually a pig roast.

Just so you Yankees can get your terminology correct going forward...
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We have two George Forman's. Just drop them on the Gagenau when you are ready to cook. No propane grill for us either.

We were at Roche Harbor a few weeks while the Offshore rendezvous was occurring. Watched a friend clean his grill like yours. Made me like George even more.
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My son sells these in his BBQ store, and has earmarked one for me as a B-Day gift. This one is coming to the boat. I think its the Trager Ranger, is 21”x20”x13” Finally, this kid thing is working for me! LOL
It smokes, grills and even has a griddle. And as a bonus, he’s gonna upgrade my smoker at home to a new “Mac Daddy” smoker from the same manufacture.

Cheers all!
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He everyone,

Thank you for the recommendations. I went with the Kenyon. I will have to do some modifications to make it work. All well within my abilities. Thanks again for your help!
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