Gas BBQ....

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  1. Hotelman

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    I am sure it is a well covered topic, but please help me and the many "newbies".

    We have a external gas point fitted, and obviously want a bbq.

    What type do you all recommend, and what tips have you got about setting it up, and where to buy it from.

    Regards and thanks
     
  2. old-mo

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    What ever you think will fit your needs, as long as it is one you put a hose to a regulator on... BUT...dont put a regulator on the end of the pipe get one of the below, as your gas outlet should run through your on board bottles and regulator..

    Check under the cover and make sure the gas socket is a Bullfinch... :thumb:


    E,bay item = eBay item number:251480395181

    There are cheaper ones on ebay.. :thumb:
     
  3. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Might have known it !! a Yorky !!! there all nesh !!

    Charcoal every time, otherwise it's an outside hob !!!:Cool::Cool::Cool:
     
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    Hi , we have the bullfinch gas point (highly recommend) and use a Cadac, You can do lots of outside cooking with the Cadac including BBQ.
    Amazon have them as well as GO Outdoors etc. just Google Cadac.
    Hope it helps:Smile:
     
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    i also have a outside gas point and we bought a good gas barbi and imho it was a totally waste of time maybe a cadac with its many functions would be ok but if u want a barbi buy the disposable 1's when ya stop somewhere :thumb:
     
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    A Cadac or the like, Really is not a BBQ, it's just cooking with gas out of doors,

    Barbie is Wood or Charcol fired, the little "Webber esk" tabletop is popular, sits on your table, and gives you the flavour of wood smoke
     
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    Basically Cadac or Beauclaire, pick the size and the features you want. On my own I use a Cadac Safari, does everything from griddle, oven or BBQ. When my sons come out I use a big Beauclaire with a cast-iron griddle. :thumb:
     
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