We use the new cadac portable power pack ASWELL as having a built in BBQ point. Only used the power pack twice this year BUT it was a godsend on both occasions. Wouldn't be without it now !Have 2 cadacs, larger one on the patio and smaller one in the mh, we used a small patio gas bottle and took it with us in the van, have a bbq piunt now so it stays at home. Very impressed with both bbqs
Brilliant little BBQ, fits in my gas locker.Weber Q1000, although they look expensive at the moment at a tad less then two hundred quid.
Also buy a non-branded griddle plate for those morning eggs and bacon
To increase the Q1000 versatility, get the Weber foil Convection Tray and Roasting Trivet. Drill a small hole in the front of the lid and fit a small thermometer. You now have a pretty good oven as well.
You will also need an adapter so that you can hook it up to an external gas supply
I normally give mine a complete strip down once a year and all other times just put in full throttle with the lid down for 20 mins then just quick wire brush.Easy to clean too. Remove the cotter pins on the lid, and unscrew the single screw that holds the gas burner element on. Wash the lid and the base in a sink. Give the element a brush with a wire brush. Reassemble. Done.
I don't like cooking indoors. Our MH kitchen area is titchy. When we are stopped anywhere, even for one night, pretty much regardless of the weather, the Weber is out, doing its thing. Perched on top of a Kampa Colonel, next to a Campinggaz dual burner on a Y shaped gas hose fitting, we are away.