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  1. #1
    meatnub Guest

    Default Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill (along
    with my cook books and waffle maker) from Amazon.com with free
    shipping. Can't really beat that I guess, just hope it arrives in one
    piece from Amazon.com as I've never ordered anything like this from
    them. I also picked up the rotisserie that is used for this model.

    I sure hope I made a good decision. I'm very nervous because I've
    never owned a grill like this before, let alone one that costs this
    much. I've always owned those cheap, charcoal smokey joe's that sit on
    the ground and break your back LOL. I'm also nervous knowing how
    things anymore are built cheap. Even though this is a Weber, and
    people say they still own there Weber from 10 years ago, well.. 10
    years ago things were built better *i think* than how they are built
    today. But I have my hopes!

    I can't wait though - can't wait to come home at night after work and
    start cooking in 10 minutes and not having to mess with charcoals (no
    offense, charcoal lovers). Can't wait to grill, period. And since I am
    starting to learn how to cook from scratch, I can't wait to experiment
    with various recipes and food items on the grill besides just steak,
    burgers and hot dogs. I want to do kabobs, fish, pork, and all kinds
    of veggies, and of course - rotisserie!! can't wait to do chicken and
    hopefully the rotisserie attachment can handle turkey (maybe not a 20
    pounder though but hopefully around 10lbs). And so much more.

    I guess I now have to go to Home Depot and buy a propane tank.

  2. #2
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub wrote:
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill (along
    > with my cook books and waffle maker) from Amazon.com with free
    > shipping. Can't really beat that I guess, just hope it arrives in one
    > piece from Amazon.com as I've never ordered anything like this from
    > them. I also picked up the rotisserie that is used for this model.


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    > I guess I now have to go to Home Depot and buy a propane tank.


    We bought the Weber Genesis B Silver exactly a year ago. We love it.
    I'd also suggest a spare tank. We always keep two (one on the grill and
    one filled spare) because nothing is worse than running out midway!
    A grill cover helps keep the grill nice looking.

  3. #3
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub wrote:
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill (along
    > with my cook books and waffle maker) from Amazon.com with free
    > shipping. Can't really beat that I guess, just hope it arrives in one
    > piece from Amazon.com as I've never ordered anything like this from
    > them. I also picked up the rotisserie that is used for this model.


    <clip>

    > I guess I now have to go to Home Depot and buy a propane tank.


    We bought the Weber Genesis B Silver exactly a year ago. We love it.
    I'd also suggest a spare tank. We always keep two (one on the grill and
    one filled spare) because nothing is worse than running out midway!
    A grill cover helps keep the grill nice looking.

  4. #4
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub wrote:
    >
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.


    Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    mystery meat.

  5. #5
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub wrote:
    >
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.


    Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    mystery meat.

  6. #6
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    Sheldon wrote:
    > meatnub wrote:
    >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > mystery meat.


    It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    recommend and why?
    I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and
    I've been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen
    Aide? Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be
    in the market for a stand alone grinder......

  7. #7
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    Sheldon wrote:
    > meatnub wrote:
    >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > mystery meat.


    It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    recommend and why?
    I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and
    I've been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen
    Aide? Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be
    in the market for a stand alone grinder......

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub?

    Love to hear the story behind that one. Sounds like midget porn!

    Anyway, check over your Weber when you get it. Unfortunately, when I
    ordered my WSM from Amazon, it came damaged. Amazon advised to call
    Weber.

    They were outstainding. The bottom vents were really bent as the
    cardboards spacers and stays weren't in place when they shipped,
    probably from Weber. No problem says the Weber customer service.
    We'll send another. OK!

    So I unpacked the rest of it, and sliced my finder on a porcelain edge
    that had been scratched across something to make the whole bottom rim
    of the lid exposed and with sharp little glassy teeth.

    Called Weber CS again. I told them what had happened, they were
    familiar with the problem as something changed in their assembly line/
    manufacturing/handling procedures. They sent me a new top as well.

    They told me that if I had any more problems, just let them know and
    they would do their best to make them right.

    I couldn't be happier with them or their product.

    Robert


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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    meatnub?

    Love to hear the story behind that one. Sounds like midget porn!

    Anyway, check over your Weber when you get it. Unfortunately, when I
    ordered my WSM from Amazon, it came damaged. Amazon advised to call
    Weber.

    They were outstainding. The bottom vents were really bent as the
    cardboards spacers and stays weren't in place when they shipped,
    probably from Weber. No problem says the Weber customer service.
    We'll send another. OK!

    So I unpacked the rest of it, and sliced my finder on a porcelain edge
    that had been scratched across something to make the whole bottom rim
    of the lid exposed and with sharp little glassy teeth.

    Called Weber CS again. I told them what had happened, they were
    familiar with the problem as something changed in their assembly line/
    manufacturing/handling procedures. They sent me a new top as well.

    They told me that if I had any more problems, just let them know and
    they would do their best to make them right.

    I couldn't be happier with them or their product.

    Robert


  10. #10
    TammyM Guest

    Default Oster kitchen center was Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill


    "Goomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:69eajcF2uabi4U1@mid.[email protected]..
    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> meatnub wrote:
    >>> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >>
    >> Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    >> not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    >> mystery meat.

    >
    > It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    > recommend and why?
    > I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    > kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    > after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    > transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and I've
    > been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen Aide?
    > Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be in the
    > market for a stand alone grinder......


    OOC, how satisfied have you been with the mixer? For mixing/bread, that is.
    I'm just curious because I've never used one like that, only my KA which is
    about 20 years old too and for which I have many of the attachments. Love
    my KA!

    TammyM



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    TammyM Guest

    Default Oster kitchen center was Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill


    "Goomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> meatnub wrote:
    >>> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >>
    >> Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    >> not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    >> mystery meat.

    >
    > It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    > recommend and why?
    > I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    > kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    > after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    > transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and I've
    > been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen Aide?
    > Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be in the
    > market for a stand alone grinder......


    OOC, how satisfied have you been with the mixer? For mixing/bread, that is.
    I'm just curious because I've never used one like that, only my KA which is
    about 20 years old too and for which I have many of the attachments. Love
    my KA!

    TammyM



  12. #12
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    Goomba wrote:
    > Sheldon wrote:
    > > meatnub wrote:
    > >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > > Excellent choice. �But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > > mystery meat.

    >
    > It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    > recommend and why?
    > I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    > kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    > after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    > transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and
    > I've been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen
    > Aide? Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be
    > in the market for a stand alone grinder......


    I don't like to buy any all in one machines, none of the components
    work really well, and when a major component dies you lose everything.

    I like my Waring Pro... you can buy a lot more grinder for a lot more
    money but for home use this is perfect, and produces a professional
    grind. The smaller Waring Pro I think is too small.

    This is an excellent price, same as I paid a few years ago.:
    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...r&cm%5Fsrc=SCH

    Costs more here:
    http://www.amazon.com/Waring-MG-800-...1236137&sr=8-3

    ---



  13. #13
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    Goomba wrote:
    > Sheldon wrote:
    > > meatnub wrote:
    > >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > > Excellent choice. �But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > > mystery meat.

    >
    > It is probably a good time for you to tell us again which grinder you
    > recommend and why?
    > I'm debating replacing my Oster kitchen Center (stand mixer, bread
    > kneader,chopper, slicer, grinder, pasta maker, yada yada yada) because
    > after 20 years (and a few years in probably hot military storage) the
    > transmission seems to slip at times (annoying, but functional yet)and
    > I've been debating if I want another "center" type appliance (Kitchen
    > Aide? Oster?) or the desired individual small appliances? So I might be
    > in the market for a stand alone grinder......


    I don't like to buy any all in one machines, none of the components
    work really well, and when a major component dies you lose everything.

    I like my Waring Pro... you can buy a lot more grinder for a lot more
    money but for home use this is perfect, and produces a professional
    grind. The smaller Waring Pro I think is too small.

    This is an excellent price, same as I paid a few years ago.:
    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...r&cm%5Fsrc=SCH

    Costs more here:
    http://www.amazon.com/Waring-MG-800-...1236137&sr=8-3

    ---



  14. #14
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill


    "meatnub" <[email protected]> wrote

    > the ground and break your back LOL. I'm also nervous knowing how
    > things anymore are built cheap. Even though this is a Weber, and
    > people say they still own there Weber from 10 years ago, well.. 10
    > years ago things were built better *i think* than how they are built
    > today. But I have my hopes!


    Let me know if this is still true ... I've put together many a grill, the
    ex-cheapos, and I had to assemble the gas burner parts. The business
    end of the gas grill. The Weber was assembled right out of the box.
    Just put it in there and make the connection. Made putting the grill
    together a breeze.

    And all these years later, the cart isn't even a little wobbly.

    nancy

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill


    "meatnub" <[email protected]> wrote

    > the ground and break your back LOL. I'm also nervous knowing how
    > things anymore are built cheap. Even though this is a Weber, and
    > people say they still own there Weber from 10 years ago, well.. 10
    > years ago things were built better *i think* than how they are built
    > today. But I have my hopes!


    Let me know if this is still true ... I've put together many a grill, the
    ex-cheapos, and I had to assemble the gas burner parts. The business
    end of the gas grill. The Weber was assembled right out of the box.
    Just put it in there and make the connection. Made putting the grill
    together a breeze.

    And all these years later, the cart isn't even a little wobbly.

    nancy

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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    On May 19, 1:59*pm, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill *(along
    > with my cook books and waffle maker) from Amazon.com with free
    > shipping. Can't really beat that I guess, just hope it arrives in one
    > piece from Amazon.com as I've never ordered anything like this from
    > them. I also picked up the rotisserie that is used for this model.
    >
    > I sure hope I made a good decision. I'm very nervous because I've
    > never owned a grill like this before, let alone one that costs this
    > much. I've always owned those cheap, charcoal smokey joe's that sit on
    > the ground and break your back LOL. I'm also nervous knowing how
    > things anymore are built cheap. Even though this is a Weber, and
    > people say they still own there Weber from 10 years ago, well.. 10
    > years ago things were built better *i think* than how they are built
    > today. But I have my hopes!
    >
    > I can't wait though - can't wait to come home at night after work and
    > start cooking in 10 minutes and not having to mess with charcoals (no
    > offense, charcoal lovers). Can't wait to grill, period. And since I am
    > starting to learn how to cook from scratch, I can't wait to experiment
    > with various recipes and food items on the grill besides just steak,
    > burgers and hot dogs. I want to do kabobs, fish, pork, and all kinds
    > of veggies, and of course - rotisserie!! can't wait to do chicken and
    > hopefully the rotisserie attachment can handle turkey (maybe not a 20
    > pounder though but hopefully around 10lbs). And so much more.
    >
    > I guess I now have to go to Home Depot and buy a propane tank.


    In the world of grilling, that thing is far from deserving the
    moniker, Genesis. It would be far more fitting if it were named after
    one of the minor prophets like Zephaniah or Nahum. Gas grills are
    fine, as long as they aren't used as a substitute for a decent
    charcoal/wood grill, like a Weber Kettle. Gas grills are great for
    use in crappy weather, and for grilling veggies, and other stuff you
    don't want smoky.

    If I could only have one grilling appliance, it would be a Weber
    Kettle.
    Wait...I do only have one grilling appliance, and it is a Weber
    Kettle. I'd love to have an offset smoker as well, and I did buy a
    gas grill a few years ago (because it was practically free), but I
    never hooked up propane to it. Maybe I will soon.


    --Bryan

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    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

    Default Re: Ordered the Weber Genesis LP gas grill

    On May 19, 1:59*pm, meatnub <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill *(along
    > with my cook books and waffle maker) from Amazon.com with free
    > shipping. Can't really beat that I guess, just hope it arrives in one
    > piece from Amazon.com as I've never ordered anything like this from
    > them. I also picked up the rotisserie that is used for this model.
    >
    > I sure hope I made a good decision. I'm very nervous because I've
    > never owned a grill like this before, let alone one that costs this
    > much. I've always owned those cheap, charcoal smokey joe's that sit on
    > the ground and break your back LOL. I'm also nervous knowing how
    > things anymore are built cheap. Even though this is a Weber, and
    > people say they still own there Weber from 10 years ago, well.. 10
    > years ago things were built better *i think* than how they are built
    > today. But I have my hopes!
    >
    > I can't wait though - can't wait to come home at night after work and
    > start cooking in 10 minutes and not having to mess with charcoals (no
    > offense, charcoal lovers). Can't wait to grill, period. And since I am
    > starting to learn how to cook from scratch, I can't wait to experiment
    > with various recipes and food items on the grill besides just steak,
    > burgers and hot dogs. I want to do kabobs, fish, pork, and all kinds
    > of veggies, and of course - rotisserie!! can't wait to do chicken and
    > hopefully the rotisserie attachment can handle turkey (maybe not a 20
    > pounder though but hopefully around 10lbs). And so much more.
    >
    > I guess I now have to go to Home Depot and buy a propane tank.


    In the world of grilling, that thing is far from deserving the
    moniker, Genesis. It would be far more fitting if it were named after
    one of the minor prophets like Zephaniah or Nahum. Gas grills are
    fine, as long as they aren't used as a substitute for a decent
    charcoal/wood grill, like a Weber Kettle. Gas grills are great for
    use in crappy weather, and for grilling veggies, and other stuff you
    don't want smoky.

    If I could only have one grilling appliance, it would be a Weber
    Kettle.
    Wait...I do only have one grilling appliance, and it is a Weber
    Kettle. I'd love to have an offset smoker as well, and I did buy a
    gas grill a few years ago (because it was practically free), but I
    never hooked up propane to it. Maybe I will soon.


    --Bryan

  18. #18
    Sqwertz Guest

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    Sheldon <[email protected]> wrote:

    > meatnub wrote:
    >>
    >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > mystery meat.


    Guy gets a nice new grill and all Sheldon can think of is cooking
    some cheap-assed hamburgers.

    Figures.

    -sw

  19. #19
    Sqwertz Guest

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    Sheldon <[email protected]> wrote:

    > meatnub wrote:
    >>
    >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > Excellent choice. But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > mystery meat.


    Guy gets a nice new grill and all Sheldon can think of is cooking
    some cheap-assed hamburgers.

    Figures.

    -sw

  20. #20
    Sheldon Guest

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    On May 19, 7:34�pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > Sheldon <PENMAR...@aol.com> wrote:
    > > meatnub wrote:

    >
    > >> Well I did it. I ordered the Weber Genesis E310 LP gas grill.

    >
    > > Excellent choice. �But did you order a meat grinder... I hope you're
    > > not going to contaminate your nice new grill with burgers made from
    > > mystery meat.

    >
    > Guy gets a nice new grill and all Sheldon can think of is cooking
    > some cheap-assed hamburgers.
    >
    > Figures.


    And yesterday the noxious one complained about grinding porterhouse
    and rocket science... this from Mr Negativity who thinks cheap-assed
    ground packer grade brisket is steak tartar.

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