Last year when I made applesauce, I got a bit frustrated with the electic stove. It was taking forever to heat the sauce. We bought a turkey fryer a few years ago, so I rigged up the propane burner part and put the applesauce pot on that. Much faster!!! The hose to the burner has lots of cracks. So I was thinking I should replace it. I found a place that sells it, and they offer two varieties: HP and LP. The LP seems to be what they sell with their turkey fryer and goes up to 55,000 BTU. Their HP goes up to 185,000 BTU. My first thought is to get the HP - hotter can be better, right? But then I thought, what if my propane tank doesn't have high enough pressure (HP) ..... When looking at turkey fryers on google, it seems they range from 40,000 BTU to 170,000 BTU. And the ones with the higher BTU look like they probably hook up to a regular propane tank. So I just use the regular propane tank that is used for any BBQ. Is that HP?