BBQ advice

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  1. Motorhome wannabee

    Motorhome wannabee Read Only Funster

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    We have just purchased a swift motorhome and want to add a BBQ. We are looking for a compact foldaway gas bbq and have seen Marco grills which look trendy and Billy oh aussie bbqs. Any advice on a compact but decent gas bbq would be great - we do have an external bbq point.

    Cheers
    P
     
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    Hi and welcome to fun
    The answers are going to many and varied
    My personal choice is the ever popular but not really realy compact:Doh: but it does fold up in its own bag the size of a dustbin lid, is the Cadac:thumb: just compare all the answers you get
    Bet the Cadac comes out best overall:Cool:
    Geo
     
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    got to be that out door cooking system, the Cadac, with of course the piela dish.:BigGrin:
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    I'm with Geo on this.. :thumb:

    tried several cheap gas barbies and they all ended up in the bin..

    Had a Cadac for several years and it's as good as new, a great bit of kit, albeit a bugger to clean,.. but that's SWMBO's job.... I use 'em, she cleans 'em :Laughing:
     
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    Not when used with the piella dish or that new fandangled sheet stuff
    Ask PaPa John aka ( Juan (one) sheeet):Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    We use the Webber Q something or other. There are two sizes, both have fold out wings, can be run on a table or you can get legs for them, it's great. One big cast grill and cleanings easy, SWMBOed does it:Rofl1:
     
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    i have a cadac eazi chef for sale , brand new skottle , brand new bbq grill , used reversable non stick plate with bags pm if interested
     
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    We recently got a Landman portable gas bbq and are really happy with it:

    http://www.planetbarbecue.co.uk/sfgasbbq.html

    Usually we're cooking for 2 but have used it to cook for 5 people - it is also compact enough to fit in the external gear locker.
     
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    freelanderuk

    have pm you
    kath
     
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    Cadac is the bbq we have, very good and the aftersales care was very good :thumb:
     
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    ahh sorry I have just realized this does not have a lid like some do which is what we need
     
  12. Motorhome wannabee

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    thanks

    cadac carri chef it is then!
     
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    tesco have them on sale at the moment ends on the 6th
     
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    Anyone who reads this who might have a cadac oven top for sale, please let me know.
     
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    Have seen them sold separately about £22 :Blush: :Blush: though whilst looking at the bbq's yesterday
     
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    wahoo just had tel call from Tesco's supplier of the Cadac bbq to arrange delivery for Fri...not bad seeing it was suppose to take up to 10 working days :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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