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Grill Comparison Review: Weber Performer Charcoal Grill vs. Kenmore 3-Burner Split Lid Gas Grill Head-to-Head

The Matchup

By Delialah Falcon
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Grilling in the summertime is a favorite pastime of many American families, and for good reason. Health experts say that grilled foods are much healthier than fried foods and even some of the baked foods that are commonly cooked during the winter months. Also, grilling out encourages people to use fresh ingredients such as delicious and healthy chicken breasts or fish filets and a wide variety of tasty, home grown vegetables.

If you’re in the market for a new sub-$300 grill, but are unsure of whether you should opt for a gas- or charcoal-based grill, we compare two strong contenders from Weber and Kenmore and shed some light on the pros and cons of each alternative.

 


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posted on Aug 6, 2011 at 2:58PM

Grill Comparison Review: Weber Performer Charcoal Grill vs. Kenmore 3-Burner Split Lid Gas Grill Head-to-Head

The Matchup

By Delialah Falcon
 

grill comparison review evaluating weber grills vs kenmore grills

 

Grilling in the summertime is a favorite pastime of many American families, and for good reason. Health experts say that grilled foods are much healthier than fried foods and even some of the baked foods that are commonly cooked during the winter months. Also, grilling out encourages people to use fresh ingredients such as delicious and healthy chicken breasts or fish filets and a wide variety of tasty, home grown vegetables.

If you’re in the market for a new sub-$300 grill, but are unsure of whether you should opt for a gas- or charcoal-based grill, we compare two strong contenders from Weber and Kenmore and shed some light on the pros and cons of each alternative.

 


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3 Comments So Far …

  1. PapaChefCooks PapaChefCooks says:
    There's nothing like charcoal. It makes all food taste better and you can smoke it. Take the Weber in a heartbeat.

  2. PapaChefCooks PapaChefCooks says:
    There's nothing like charcoal. It makes all food taste better and you can smoke it. Take the Weber in a heartbeat.

  3. Tomas Tomas says:
    Between those two cameras I would go with the Nikon, smpily because it offers you much more flexibility with lenses and future upgrades if you decide to get a better camera later on. All Nikon lenses you buy now will fit any Nikon camera you buy later and there are far more of each than Olympus has to offer. I also believe that the image quality of both the camera and Nikon lenses will be much better, but that is a more subjective opinion. Now if you were comparing Nikon and Canon there would be more of a debate. I still went with a Nikon myself, but there are far fewer trade offs between the two.References : Personal experience as an amateur photographer, Nikon D700 owner

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