What should i do?

Replace the plates?
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Use some magic cleaning product?
5
63%
Use the tinfoil for my hats, to cook on instead?
3
38%
 
Total voters : 8

Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Wobbler on Tue 15/Dec/15 5:35pm

I'm pulling off my rusty kebab right now
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby happybaboon on Tue 15/Dec/15 5:37pm

I hope you browned your meat sufficiently!
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby neels on Tue 15/Dec/15 7:02pm

As long as the meat wasn't seared, that could be unpleasant.

Anyhoo, after I cleaned the mould farm out of my bbq from it sitting on the lawn sucking moisture up under the cover while the filthy immigrants took an inordinate amount of time to finish my new patio, I just got it fucking hot and oiled the shit out of the cast bits, seems to have done the trick.
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Conners on Thu 17/Dec/15 1:14pm

ryda wrote:
Conners wrote:As for manliness - I'm not sure why a Weber Q has any reduced manliness over any other gas BBQ (which is what Malcy was asking about). I've cooked probably 80% of our food on ours over the last couple of months, somehow that makes me a pussy?
if you feel manly cooking in what is basicly a gas heated frying pan, up to you, I'm not about to stop you :p

So just to clarify, all gas BBQs are gas heated frying pans, and are used by pussies?
I'm still struggling with the distinction that you're trying to make :eh:
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Wobbler on Thu 17/Dec/15 1:28pm

Conners wrote:
ryda wrote:
Conners wrote:As for manliness - I'm not sure why a Weber Q has any reduced manliness over any other gas BBQ (which is what Malcy was asking about). I've cooked probably 80% of our food on ours over the last couple of months, somehow that makes me a pussy?
if you feel manly cooking in what is basicly a gas heated frying pan, up to you, I'm not about to stop you :p

So just to clarify, all gas BBQs are gas heated frying pans, and are used by pussies?
I'm still struggling with the distinction that you're trying to make :eh:


I'm picturing ryda having a wail like the monkey at the start of 2001
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby brownmeat on Thu 17/Dec/15 2:50pm

happybaboon wrote:I hope you browned your meat sufficiently!


:love:
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby happybaboon on Thu 17/Dec/15 4:03pm

:blush:
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Sidsquid on Sat 19/Dec/15 4:06pm

A couple of months back I discovered this
http://www.bunnings.co.nz/char-griller-deluxe-bbq_p03180388

Char-Griller Deluxe BBQ, a great price and the build quality is surprisingly good too. A few mods like trimming the ends of the bolts and the ends of rack underneath and its mint!

I've been using it for small cooks 2-3 times a week and found it easy to control with the vents and height adjustable charcoal plate.

It takes about and extra 10mins to get the coals going as opposed to the instant flick of the gas but If you want to get away from the gas small and taste I can thoroughly recommend this!

Heaps of room on the grill if needed....check
Warming rack under hood....check
Easy to use and great tasting BBQ's...check!

My 2 cents :)
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Conners on Fri 25/Dec/15 8:27pm

ryda wrote:
Conners wrote:
ryda wrote:
Conners wrote:As for manliness - I'm not sure why a Weber Q has any reduced manliness over any other gas BBQ (which is what Malcy was asking about). I've cooked probably 80% of our food on ours over the last couple of months, somehow that makes me a pussy?
if you feel manly cooking in what is basicly a gas heated frying pan, up to you, I'm not about to stop you :p

That's strange, because I'd align that definition with an unhooded BBQ? Or do you mainly fry stuff with the lid on your frying pan?
pfft frying pan :lol: but you clearly you do

Just cooked two mean roasts in my Weber. First was two boned lamb legs, second was a full leg of hogget. Both were frikking amazing - pretty mean for a frying pan :rolleyes:
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Wobbler on Fri 25/Dec/15 9:01pm

I had a pretty damn mean feed of pork done on a weber the other day, was so unmanly and I felt awful
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Bigfoot on Mon 28/Dec/15 6:39pm

I made some pan roasted pork loin a week or so back, I didn't even need a lid for my frying pan.
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Conners on Tue 29/Dec/15 5:30pm

Bigfoot wrote:I made some pan roasted pork loin a week or so back, I didn't even need a lid for my frying pan.

+1 neanderthal points for you :thumbsup:
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Wobbler on Fri 29/Jan/16 1:05pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzCBR5Oa3ew&t=7m41s

check out that super manly bbq (about 7 mins 41 if the link does not work)
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Wobbler on Thu 29/Sep/16 12:57pm

Bump

Anyone got any recommendations for gas bbq brands? I'm getting a weber for my charcol bizzo but have nfi where to start with gas ones. My current gas is tiny and pretty stink all up.
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Re: Tis The Season To Open The Bbq And Find...

Postby Conners on Thu 29/Sep/16 1:06pm

Wobbler wrote:Bump

Anyone got any recommendations for gas bbq brands? I'm getting a weber for my charcol bizzo but have nfi where to start with gas ones. My current gas is tiny and pretty stink all up.

Highly recommend going Weber on gas as well. I know I'll get ridiculed for it, but ours is the shiz. Gets used all the time, cooks exceptionally well. Expensive but worth it IMHO.

Ryda will be along soon to tell me it's not a bbq.
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