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    Talking Hillbilly's new BBQ grill

    Finally made the plunge and decided to get a new cooking toy. I got tired of the Thai-style grills and bought this puppy here in Bangkok for about B30,00.



    Plenty of cooking space with a few extras thrown in. I already have a massive Sirlion steak marinading away. Will let you know this evening how dinner turns out!

    If you are interested, I bought this grill from The Barbecue Store off of Sukhumvit Road. 02-662-6665 or ::Welcome to the Barbecue Store, Thailand::

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    I see that it is gas fired,, I really do not care for those.
    But it is pretty tho.

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    I used to have a gas BBQ back in UK.
    It was an ozzie make and nowhere near as fancy as your one HB.

    I was happy with mine and it cooked just as good as a conventional charcoal burner but a lot quicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    I see that it is gas fired,, I really do not care for those...
    I also was one of those die hard charcoal people. The problem that I ran into here in Thailand was the charcoal itself. My experience or perhaps lack of experience showed that Thai charcoal burns hot and fast. Not very good for sustained BBQing.

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    I've got something similar and took the Lava stones option...

    This stones are porous and may ignite, this BBQ store where you purchased, proposes some ceramic blocks, may be gooder...


    one trick i learned, is : never use WATER in your marinades or sauces for cooking, or use it if you like to eat charcoal...


    Bon appetit

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    How many BTUs

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    check this out
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    Last edited by tayto; 21-08-2007 at 08:25 PM.

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    It's very nice, Hillbilly. Where's the after pic with the steak?

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    yep agreed at teh end of the day gas is more convienient

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    A nice grill is a thing of beauty! Get those chickens and ribs marinating.

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    Look's great Hillbilly,where do you buy your steak from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillbilly View Post
    for about B30,00.
    Feeerk, Thats cheap HB

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    Nice... The family I'm staying with here use a metal basin full of charcoal and light it indoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roc View Post
    Look's great Hillbilly,where do you buy your steak from?
    Normally, I buy my meat from the local market. However, when I get tired of Thais not knowing how to carve a pig or steer, I go to Villa which is damn expensive.

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