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    Breaking in the Virgin

    Weber BBQ

    It has been sitting in the condo for 3 months since a trip to Tru Value in Pattaya. I have some mates over for a golf holiday so why not fire it up.

    Never used one before so why not go the whole hog, No basic burgers or fish just go for it!!

    Off to Makro, pay 680B for a leg of lamb and some spuds, Marinate it in Garlic, Rosemary and Bunde for a day. This is what we ended up with. Lovely




    I must admit I had some tips from the Gibbon, who did supply a lovely home-made loaf of rye bread for me to "dunk" in the dripping.

    PS: Wish I could get the picture a little bigger!!

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    Hey Presto!!

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    Faaark that looks good!

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    It was, and thanks for helping me out

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    When your in the gallery just click on the thumbnail to get the full size image and then copy the location of the large version.

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    once you get the hang of the webber you will want to use it every week.

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    well done mate...almost as good as a barbie..

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    Webbers are a pain in the arse getting the charcoal going and regulating the heat. Much easier to use an electric oven. Same results and less work.

    But I do have to admit that outdoor cooking brings out some primitive instinct for cooking that gives a lot of pleasure.

    Nice looking roast BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda
    But I do have to admit that outdoor cooking brings out some primitive instinct for cooking that gives a lot of pleasure.
    I never really enjoyed cooking outside. Must've been all the fog & rain that put a dampner on it somewhat.

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    Those webbers are the business my pal cooked his xmas turkey in one it was beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda
    But I do have to admit that outdoor cooking brings out some primitive instinct for cooking that gives a lot of pleasure.
    Like shitting through the eye of a needle for a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda View Post
    Webbers are a pain in the arse getting the charcoal going and regulating the heat. Much easier to use an electric oven. Same results and less work.

    But I do have to admit that outdoor cooking brings out some primitive instinct for cooking that gives a lot of pleasure.

    Nice looking roast BTW.
    Getting the fire going is a piece of piss since those little solid kero blocks were invented.

    Regulating the heat is a piece of piss if you use the lid with the vents opened.

    It may be easier to use an electric oven, but the results are no where near as good.

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