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Gas Bbq ?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by talent, May 28, 2020.

  1. CJD

    CJD Busy Member

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    Most gas BBQ's come with Butane regulators fitted, that is why you can't attach propane cylinders to them.

    Why on earth would anyone want to use a 47Kg propane cylinder with one ? hardly easy to hump out of the shed when you want to fire up the barbie.

    A decent sized butane cylinder will last ages.
     
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  2. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Firearm Enthusiast & FX Wildcat owner.

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    Charcoal and wood chippings for me always. Just had our 9th BBQ since the Lockdown started. All due to the great weather we have had. I love cooking over charcoal on my half drum BBQ. It cooks great, smells great and is part of the experience. Always have a beer or two while doing it too.
    My family love my BBQ's, especially the wife as it gives here a break. I tried a gas BBQ a few years ago and used it once. Sold it a week later. It's just not the same.

    But each to their own I say. :up::)
     
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    Gas?

    Disgraceful!
     
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    Or them that need gas cant manage a fire properly? :mao:
     
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    jaisalmere Addicted to placebos

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    Gas barbecues are the work of Satan :(
     
  6. 3595wilk

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    Have an all singing all dancingWeber gas BBQ that is great and easy to use. Greatbif you can get the gas and no one open, although may change in a couple of weeks.

    Invested in this at the start of lockdown. F65BFBEC-1772-4D47-9389-39ECBA1EE749.png Been in use every Friday and twice over the BH weekend. Obviously no good if you crave a bbq’d sausage, but great fun and pizza is done in about 90 seconds....
     
  7. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Anybody use smoking wood/chips on a gas bbq??
     
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    Tom A Posting Addict

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    So long as you use lavarock, they work fine. Actually, don't bother using a gas bbq without lavarock as you're missing out on most of the flavour otherwise. Without it, it's just an outdoor gas cooker.
     
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    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Lava rock?
    I've just ordered some wood to try smoking with and was gonna get one of those metal smoking tin/tray things.
    Hmmm.....maybe need YouTube :D
     
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    I was always a charcoal BBQ man, but for the last few years have used a gas one.
    Not as good, but the convenience of being able to cook after five minutes is convenient.

    Just make sure you have a tray of lava rock above the burners, and it even gives the impression of cooking over charcoal, tastes better as well.
     
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    Tom A Posting Addict

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    https://www.homebase.co.uk/bar-be-quick-lava-rock-4kg_p508699

    It diffuses the flame, and soaks up the drippings from the meat so that it can burn off and flavour it.
     
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    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Tom A Posting Addict

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    Just don't pay that price for them. It was the first link I found. You can get it a hell of a lot cheaper.
     
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    Seeing as you are in Aber have you tried Charlies either Aber or Welshpool?
    They will deliver.
    :thumb:
     
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    Tried the one down the road and nothing within our budget.
     
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    I do - my post is above - works a a treat
     
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    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Nice one mate...I'm gonna give your way a go tonight and see how it goes.
    Sausage and steak with an orange wood smoke.....mmmm
     
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    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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  20. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    And.......we are away.
    Orange wood chips drowned in JD apple whisky and pineapple juice and a steak and 2 slabs of gammon on...smells amazing.
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