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  1. anjis

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    ~Do you have any advice on the best BBQ for a motorhome? size, with wheels, gas, or electric etc?
     
  2. hilldweller

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  3. PenelopePitstop

    PenelopePitstop Funster Life Member

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    We have a Weber gas BBQ - we use it nearly every day - has a huge lid so you can use it like an oven - did jacket spuds in it last night.

    :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  4. Ralph-n-Bev

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    We wouldn't be without our Cadac.
    Its used for most of the meals in the Summer.
    We've had it 5 years now.
    The kids love making crepes with nuttella spread , and we end up with quite an eager crowd !!
    Bev
     
  5. S&J

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    The Cadac Safari Chef seems fine for two people, small enough to clean in the M/H sink if no outside facilities available. Comes with short spring loaded legs for just setting on the ground or on a table top. We link ours to outside BBQ point and run on LP. They have a HP model that runs with camping gas cylinder
     

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  6. gwnking

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    I love our Weber Smokey Joe coz it doubles as a campfire after the bar b :thumb:
     
  7. ginge61

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    cobb but expensive
     
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    invite us:RollEyes:
     
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    cadac carry-chef delux without a doubt. :thumb:
     
  10. hilldweller

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    I returned ours, not enough heat but the LP version is just great. Those campingaz cans are the most expensive gas you can buy.
     
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    Do the Cadac’s use a tremendous amount of gas?
    If I use on the external gas point am I going to end up going though bottles at a huge rate ?
    Im off to Northern France in July with 2 x 7KG gas bottles aboard so im wondering if I will have enough to last 2 weeks
     
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    Hi.

    We use our cadac 95% of the time in the summer season. Cooking for 4 a 7kg gas bottle normally lasts about 4 weeks and that includes a few cooked breakfasts.

    Mike.
     
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    Thats' far too much storage space taken up - we just use the cheap lidls' ones, they collapse back in the box in a few minutes and take up a tiny amount of space.

    Can't beat a genuine barby - sitting around with a drink into the early hours whilst the coals cool. What camping is about!

    Quick clean in the morning, and then back in the box!:thumb:
     
  14. Diabalo

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    A lot of European sites will NOT allow charcole/briqeutte BBQ

    So gas is the best option.
     
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    :ROFLMAO: Hi can we come to :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Cobb.

    The last few times we've been away on rallies we've cooked all our meals on it. Roast dinner, breakfast, even done home made bread.

    Alan
     
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