Recommend me a gas barbeque please....

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by GrumpyGregry, 7 Aug 2012.

  1. GrumpyGregry

    GrumpyGregry Here for rides.

    £300 tops budget, steaks and burgers style of barbecuing as it is unlikely we will ever do a suckling pig or cook the Christmas turkey on it.

    Something I can just go out and use without finding that bits have dropped off, rusted through, worn out, or otherwise failed, the second summer after I've bought it.
     
  2. User482

    User482 Guest

    You appear to be looking for an outdoor grilling device, not a barbecue.
     
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  3. Octet

    Octet Über Member

    The easiest to use barbecue (or 'outside grilling device') and ones that are likely to last are the Kettle style barbecues: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Landmann-43..._1_1?s=outdoors&ie=UTF8&qid=1344350457&sr=1-1

    Or if you have some old bricks lying around, you could just build up a backboard and attach a wire frame to it. We used to have one of those and it was great as you only had a single piece to clean and you didn't need to worry about it rusting.
    http://www.planetbarbecue.co.uk/images/diy landmann.jpg

    diy landmann.jpg

    Simplest is better in my opinion when it comes to barbecues... and they are cheaper!

    Failing that, go for one of these: http://cdn.speednik.com/files/2012/06/BBQ_Engine1c.jpg

    BBQ_Engine1c.jpg
     
  4. perplexed

    perplexed Guru

    Location:
    Sheffield
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    I belive bic lighters are reasonably cheap...

    (Sorry, somebody had to post one like this...)
     
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  5. Octet

    Octet Über Member

  6. OP
    OP
    GrumpyGregry

    GrumpyGregry Here for rides.

    the subtleties of outdoor food incineration are lost on me. feel free to explain the difference.
     
  7. User482

    User482 Guest

    ^_^

    Alternatively, he could grill his food indoors and then take it outside...
     
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  8. User482

    User482 Guest

    Barbecue = charcoal. What you're looking for is a weatherproof gas grill.

    Some say there's no real difference in flavour, but I can only assume that they have defective tastebuds.
     
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  9. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    Location:
    South Manchester
    Are you hoping for some decent weather then :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :rofl: :rofl:
     
  10. Octet

    Octet Über Member

    It's been alright in the Channel, sunshine for the past couple of weeks! The odd shower here and there but that's life. :tongue:
     
  11. PK99

    PK99 Guru

    Location:
    SW19
    Stretch your budget for an Outdoor chef

    http://www.outdoor-bbq.co.uk/category/bbqs/

    I've had mine at least 10 years and it works as well as day1. More of a multi cooker than a basic bbq, doing everything from low'n'slow American style to Griddling plus pizza and paella
     
  12. Archie_tect

    Archie_tect De Skieven Architek... aka Penfold

    Location:
    Northumberland
    Could never see the point of barbeques... sorry.
     
  13. Octet

    Octet Über Member

    How can you not see the fun of cooking in the rain! :ohmy:
     
  14. threebikesmcginty

    threebikesmcginty Corn Fed Hick...

    Location:
    ...on the slake
    My brother always used to bbq all year round, rain, snow, occasionally with glowing yellow ball in the sky. I don't think it was weather related but he moved to Texas in the end, outdoors grill heaven!
     
  15. slowmotion

    slowmotion Quite dreadful

    Location:
    lost somewhere
    If you could stretch the budget a tad....
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    ...$35,000:hungry: :hungry:
     
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