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Weber Smokey Joe Gold Portable Charcoal Grill
Product Info Item# 45543
The Smokey Joe® Gold charcoal grill was engineered to make a lot of fun out of a little space. That's why you get a 14.5-inch-diameter cooking space big enough for the whole family, plus a lid lock that lowers to double as a lid holder, all in one compact package.
- Plated steel cooking grate
- 14.5-inch-diameter cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled bowl and lid
- No-rust aluminum vent
- Glass-reinforced nylon handle
- Handle is heat- and weather-resistant
- Lid lock for carrying, which lowers to double as a lid holder
- Owner's guide and recipes included
- Color: Black
- Grill dimensions with lid open: 17" x 14.25" x 14.5"
One day, George was about to weld two buoy halves together when the idea hit: Why not use the bottom half for the cooking bowl, and the top half for the lid to create a grill? Piece by piece, his vision started coming together. He then added a handle and three legs and took his crazy-looking contraption home to test.
As the story goes, when George first tried out his prototype, it didnt work quite as hoped. No matter how hard he tried, it just wouldn't stay lit. A neighbor peering over the back fence offered a little friendly advice. "Poke some holes in that thing so the fire can get some air!" So George did, and the flames of invention could finally keep burning.
Shortly after, all of George's neighbors gathered around to enjoy a taste of the best steak they ever had in their lives. George figured he was really on to something, so he packed up George's Barbecue Kettle and hit the road, demonstrating his funny looking creation at mom-and-pop hardware stores across the country.
And the rest, as they say, is history.