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    Making the most of it with a good ole Aussie BBQ

    I got this BBQ as a house warming gift, Billabong brand, bought in BKK, true Aussie style. I think they export these to Aus.



    After failing at everything with those shitty small oven things here we started using the BBQ as an oven on Christmas when we roasted a turkey breast and vegies in there - worked a treat.

    Have been experimenting lately and you can cook anything in the fuker. Baked vegies come out real good. The mrs. has got a good pizza dough recipe down and we whipped us this heart stopper, just sat the plate with dough and topping on top of that mesh fish cooker:



    Was bloody good, done in 20 minutes, right burner on medium, middle on low. Used the mrs dough, frozen cheese from makro (surprisingly good), tinned olives, fresh mushies, onion garlic etc, and some sliced sausage, ham and pineapple. Just like the wog shops back home used to make them.

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    What do you're neighbors think of the bar-b-q?

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    ^ They're absolutely fascinated!

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    that pizza look good 9999



    I have a Jumbuck barbi but dont have the cover.

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    I just had a look at the prices

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    looks like it cooks as good as a ''Weber''

    beats a Charcoal Bucket! mate

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    FIRE MAGIC deluxe 18,500 BT at BBQ Thailand

    $150 in The States.

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    I am pretty sure the Billabong brand is imported. Hence the price. But they do have great sales at that store occasionally.

    That pizza looks killer, I would just feed the pineapple to anybody who wants it.

    That kind of barbecue is on my wish list. Just a few months ago that had a special for around 15,000 your got a barbecue like yours but with a griddle and bigger. But normally the prices are high if compared to back home.

    The guy up in Udon is still cranking them out. But they have really gone up in price as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingmong
    beats a Charcoal Bucket! mate
    Ooooyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

    Nice looking pizza mate and there's nothing like a good old Aussie barbecue.

    If I'm ever up your way I'll bring the beers.

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    You also have a great barbecue ^ I have had the pleasure to enjoy two at your house. But if I post a pick we are going to see Ned cooking burgers that he calls steaks. We enjoyed and used the one in our neighbors house while you helped us out in Pattaya.

    I want to see a picture of the oven your wife cooks pizza's and strudel in.

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    Any chance of posting that dough base recipe, mate?

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    Looks great MR "9".

    Cheers

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    Pizza looks pretty tasty.



    Quote Originally Posted by deathstardan
    Any chance of posting that dough base recipe, mate?
    The secret's in the "herbs" dan.
    (the people who read the drugs thread should get the joke).

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    ::2 Burner Billabong:: 2 burner billabong = 16,900 Baht.
    same at Barbeques Galore - Products - Billabong = AUD 199

    Nearly 3 times the price in Thailand.
    Last edited by TizMe; 19-06-2012 at 10:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathstardan
    Any chance of posting that dough base recipe, mate?
    Sure mate I'll get the missus to write it down and post in this thread, though it was pretty much trial and error of different recipes til she got it to work OK it the BBQ / oven. It is a heavy dough but she's just got it to get those nice air bubbles in the middle and crispy on the bottom

    Quote Originally Posted by mingmong
    beats a Charcoal Bucket! mate
    I dunno. I was thinking about cooking like this. It's all gas flame heating your food. I'd like the exact same set-up but with a heat-bed of charcoal or stones. Reckon it would get more flavour and not munching down on LPG. Happy days anyway.

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    Had no idea of the price tbh. Just knew it came from Bangkok and thought they might be made here and exported. Is this a fair dinkum made is Aus. BBQ? Like I said it was a gift, from a somewhat generous friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    If I'm ever up your way I'll bring the beers.
    No worries mate I'll supply the crack and smack and even throw in clean needles

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    every man needs a BARBIE!! and LT'S is a bewt to sear meat on, that is if you can keep that thievin YANKEE BASTARD AO from knockin off yer choice bit of beef..ferk he,s quick!! i reckon he must have some bewt theivin ozz ancestory in him
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk
    every man needs a BARBIE!!
    That's right for proper use only - steak, onions, chops, fish etc.

    This BBQ abuse wouldn't be tolerated in WA, must be an eastern states thing.

    What's next 9999?.... cheesecakes, fried ice cream?

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    Most BBQ are pretty basic and not designed for longevity, except fpr Doc's made in udon. mostly stainless but not for convenient use.headroom under hood limited. the best I have seen is the ceramic kettle type made in China, good price and can be used as a smoker / slow cooker.
    I impported one from Chine dunno whether they are sold here
    There canít be good living where there is not good drinking

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    Good stuff. dome top barbis can cook just about anything.
    I brought my Webber Q out with me and it's being put to good use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUSSIE EXPAT
    What's next 9999?
    You're gonna hate this mate.Tonight I'll be frying chicken cashew stir fry on the fuker.

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    in South Africa we call it a gass braai instead of a BBQ , here we tend not to use gas, rather wood of a certain kind depending on the flavor one is looking for to taste in the meat , (think of it as smoked so-sage) as the gas BBQ u dont get a woodish taste but rather a plain to chemical taste from the gas ,, i must say the pizza look jummy !

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