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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Without starting a sexist debate.. don’t let the other half near it! End up with everything on at once to “get it ready” with no cooking space and things ready at diff times

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Best way for perfectly cooked , delicious meat , leave the barbie in the shed and put it under the grill !

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by backwoodsman View Post
    Can't beat barbequed potatoes ...

    Big tatoes, par boiled then cut into half inch thick slices. Then marinade overnight in olive oil, crushed garlic and as many herbs as you can be bothered to chop up. Then grill on the barby till softish in the middle & brown on the outside.... Yum.
    Damn right, I discovered this week that new potatoes boiled, then semi blackened on a bbq (add marinade of choice) are out of this world. They’re like mini jacket potatoes, it’s one of those “I could demolish a bucket load of them” type foods 😛

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by pauljames87 View Post
    Without starting a sexist debate.. don’t let the other half near it! End up with everything on at once to “get it ready” with no cooking space and things ready at diff times
    Absolutely no chance of that happening.

    Thanks for all the replies, good reminders about skewers and cheese.

    According to our weather forecast we are in for another 10 days of this heatwave, I had better watch I don't set fire to the garden.

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    Good night had by all no burns or dramas ..….just as well I remembered the marshmallows at the last minute.

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by backwoodsman View Post
    Can't beat barbequed potatoes ...

    Big tatoes, par boiled then cut into half inch thick slices. Then marinade overnight in olive oil, crushed garlic and as many herbs as you can be bothered to chop up. Then grill on the barby till softish in the middle & brown on the outside.... Yum.
    This!!

    Though you don't need all that faffing about imo - just make sure they are cooked!

    And it is possible to cook eggs on a (plate!) BBQ without them disappearing down the drain hole! Cutting an 'egg-sized' hole in bread as a container does the job!
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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Buy a gas barbie.

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Barzini View Post
    Buy a gas barbie.
    I use a gas barbie all the year round, it has lava rock.
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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by williamalex1 View Post
    I use a gas barbie all the year round, it has lava rock.


    Is the correct answer.

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    You poms play at this sort of thing every couple of years when the weather is nice. Braaivleis is a way of life for us South Africans.
    It’s supposed to take 3 hours and you use wood!

    Rank amateurs and your gas ! Pffft
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