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  1. Denny

    Denny Read Only Funster

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    Have you considered an alternative to a BBQ, especially when you are hooked up to electric.
    A raclette costs nothing at all to run, as you are paying for the hook up anyway, and is a much cleaner way of cooking. We have used ours on numerous occasions in France.
    They are fun to use as well as several people can cook their own food if you prefer.
    Lidl have them on offer every now & then, their last offer this year, January I think, was £14.99. Check it out.
    Bon appetit ! :Cool:
    Denny.
     
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    We use a large George Formby gril :Wink:
     
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    George Forman :Rofl1:
    So do we there good arnt they. We've got the big one ( with there being 5 of us ) with the flat plate at one end. Brilliant for your bacon and eggs in a morning.
    Ralph uses an extension and cooks outside with it in the summer , if we don't take the cadac too.
    Bev
     
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    George Formby - "turned out nice again". :thumb:
     
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    We like the throw it all in and forget it cooker,ie slow cooker,its great if your out all day,come home and its all cooked.
    Have even used it off the inverter whilst traveling,hot meal when you arive,and costs nothing.:thumb:
     
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    Slow cookers were £3.40 in the co-op in Whitby last week.
     
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    How big is 'the big one'? Is it easy enough to store or will I need a roof box to keep it in?
     
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    just bought a Remoska - used ut at home a few times & really good, can't wait to use it when we're away.
     
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    We've got a palson grill , great for frying outdoors only 1kw max.
     
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