Bbq Charcoal

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  1. Chris

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    We have a mini Webber in the van and always seem to get the wrong amount of charcoal.

    Sainsburys now do a bag of briquettes which contains 4 individual self lighting bags of charcoal.

    A single bag is perfect for the small Webber.

    It's really quick, reliable and stays hot for ages.;)
     
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    Chris, is that the oblong mini weber similar to the ones sold in Go Outdoors?
     
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    No, it's a round one.
     
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    Cheers, Chris
     
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    I imagine that charcoal is the 6kg bag (4x 1,5kg) agreed, absolutely perfect quantity for the smaller BBq, and yet I still often make the mistake that more fuel is needed when it certainly is not.
     
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