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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveR View Post
    Unbelievable Jeff!!

    29 posts and not a single mention for corn on the cob!
    Stick it on, turn regularly then smear on butter and cover with black pepper.
    Sprinkle with cayenne pepper and black pepper before bbq, squeeze on fresh lime after cooking...nom nom

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    You need to get over to South Africa or Argentina mate. Itís different gravy to what folk here think a BBQ is. Outdoor cultures though so slightly different.

    I will still braai in winter here. Weather isnít a factor. I even did the Christmas beef joint on the braai
    No doubting that many South Africans don't use gas but I've been to enough braai's in the last few years hosted by South Africans to know there's plenty who love their gas webers too
    Either way you guys know how to cook a fillet (and how to open a capped beer bottle with a disposable lighter, spoon, belt buckle, 2nd bottle, power of your mined etc pretty much anything really!)

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Bought myself a wedding present the other week - a Weber Genesis II gas bbq and I bloody love it. I cook a mean steak in a pan but nothing compares to the steaks I've cooked on my grill the last 10 days. Completely different flavour, unbelievably tender, I didn't think steak could get any better, I was wrong.

    Also - if you're not making your own burgers you're doing it wrong. Pre-bought burgers are just not the same, you can't beat a good homemade, well seasoned grilled burger. You don't even need to put much into them either - good quality mince, season well, press in a burger press and whack on the grill. Dead easy, absolutely delicious - no additives, no preservatives, no sugar, just good quality minced beef and some seasoning.
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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    If it is gas it is NOT a BBQ it is a GRILL, two different things entirely.

    If you are using charcoal, then it's a BBQ.

    With a BBQ you can grill, Smoke or slow cook, depending on what you intending.

    Grilling, use a fire starter and I don't mean fire lighters or liquid Firestarter. The little bricks are okay but can still taint the taste of food if you do not let them burn out completely. The liquid BBQ starter, not for me, you can taste in your food. A Weber Firestarter like this

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    Gets the coals glowing, place them onto unlit coals in your BBQ, close the lid, open the vents for a short while and that will really crank up the heat. likely to 350- 450

    For Smoking you need a heat around 175 to 250, that will cook the meat and give you a good bark. Well you'll get a good bark depending on your dry rub and if you wet rub through cooking.

    For real slow cooking over a long period 150 - 175 for that melt in the mouth brisket or pulled pork.

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    Baby gem lettuce. Sliced in half. Sprinkle some olive oil, salt and lemon. BBQ on a high heat, not for very long.
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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    cheese & tomato toasties, you'll never go back to a breville!

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by njc1973 View Post
    cheese & tomato toasties, you'll never go back to a breville!
    Bit of a ball ache firing up the bbq for a cheese toaster like 😂
    Iím digging the baby lettuce btw ^^^

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    I wouldnít go near one without a BBQ cookbook.

    Quick search pops up this

    Fire Food: The Ultimate BBQ Cookbook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/17871315..._B-BpBb7YBNN3B

    Iím looking at doing the garden and getting a bbq next year so going to read up to ensure I get what I want.

    I donít think I just want an outside gas grill. My dad used to have a load of hickory chips to throw on our proper bbq... taste of childhood right there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beezerk View Post
    Bit of a ball ache firing up the bbq for a cheese toaster like 😂
    Iím digging the baby lettuce btw ^^^
    Obviously with steak & ribs, veggies shouldn't be allowed near it.

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    Re: BBQ. Advice

    Can anyone recommend a decent bbq recipe book, preferably one which doesnít say ďmarinate for 11 years then slow cook for 3 daysĒ.
    A book for a basic little bbq setup, burgers, steaks etc.

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