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fossyant

Ride It Like You Stole It!
Location
South Manchester
That's a fancy BBQ - ideal size.
 

Slioch

Guru
Location
York
Sorry, but I'm not going to engage on this thread because I'm just not in the same league as you FF. I'd just embarrass myself.

I've got a scabby old kettle BBQ of dubious vintage, and cooking burgers from Iceland is about my limit in the culinary stakes. It will though be getting it's first airing of the year later on today.

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dodgy

Legendary Member
Location
Wirral
I've bought and scrapped so many BBQs over the years. Started with good intentions, a proper clean as soon as it's safe and all that. Then the next time it's "I'll do it tomorrow", time after that "oh it's raining, I'll put it in the garage". Pretty soon a rusting mess.

I just don't have the discipline to look after a BBQ, though strangely I'm very fussy about maintenance of my bikes 🤷‍♂️
 
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jayonabike

Powered by caffeine & whisky
Location
Hertfordshire
I have 3 Weber bbqs, 1 gas 2 charcoal.
The largest is the gas
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The smallest is the portable charcoal we use to take on holiday but is also great if your not cooking much


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I found I was using the charcoal one more than the gas and decided to buy a larger one
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CanucksTraveller

Macho Business Donkey Wrestler
Location
Hertfordshire
Nothing special I'm afraid, I just literally wanted a basic metal box to hold charcoal and a grate above it to hold meat, so this ticked those boxes. I think it was 15 pounds from Wilko 2 years ago.

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My favourite thing on a barbecue is just some chicken done in a basic marinade for a few hours: Olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, oregano and salt takes you straight to Rhodes. Sesame oil, garlic, chilli paste, soy sauce and spring onions for a korean taste.
Small one insists on burgers and sausages. :blush:

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Fab Foodie

Fab Foodie

hanging-on in quiet desperation ...
Sorry, but I'm not going to engage on this thread because I'm just not in the same league as you FF. I'd just embarrass myself.

I've got a scabby old kettle BBQ of dubious vintage, and cooking burgers from Iceland is about my limit in the culinary stakes. It will though be getting it's first airing of the year later on today.

:blush:
Hey! Like cycling, it’s not about the BBQ! If you cook it outside and enjoy it, who cares!
 
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