Looking for buying advice please

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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby mattbrx » 11 Sep 2014, 10:52

Excellent advice thanks - I shall look and drool this afternoon :)
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby mattbrx » 11 Sep 2014, 12:45

aris wrote:Google 'libatherm' - it is a German brand and they make something similar to this, but round. Very sturdy stuff as you can imagine :) I saw one version which was about 2m across at the Christmas market in Birmingham last year. It had a hoist do you could lift it to alter temperature and add coals etc.


I've just been looking at these, they're a bit different but look amazing :)
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby mattbrx » 11 Sep 2014, 12:47

JEC wrote:That's impressive, can't help with a UK supply though, sorry


I've just had a look at the Green Eggs as well - I see your Avatar pic is one. What are they actually like to use? As good as the website suggests? IF so, have you tried pizza's in it - cos if I can do pizzas in an egg, then I may change my plans and divert funds to an Egg and not build a WBO or separate grill...
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby BraaiMeesterWannabe » 11 Sep 2014, 16:05

Or if funds permit you could have a WSM or Egg for low and slow and a Kettle type BBQ (Weber Original) for fast and furious. This would provide the heat you need for a pizza. Weber actually do a pizza stone that goes in their grill.
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby robbo1982 » 11 Sep 2014, 16:31

I'm very new to smoking... Only one under my belt on the 47cm webber and I have to say it was super easy to keep at a steady temp for 12 hrs.... Seems to be very well engineered plus you can always use as a grill as well. My mate has the small egg and said it is really too small - will only do a couple of peoples worth of grub, maybe 4 at a push... For the cash the webber is awesome if you don't have the time or em where to build your own
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby BraaiMeesterWannabe » 11 Sep 2014, 17:30

Love my WSM 47cm too :D
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby BraaiMeesterWannabe » 11 Sep 2014, 17:57

Matt - this may be what you're after
http://www.outdoorgourmet.co.uk/shop/fo ... ack/dp/960
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby mattbrx » 12 Sep 2014, 08:54

BraaiMeesterWannabe wrote:Matt - this may be what you're after
http://www.outdoorgourmet.co.uk/shop/fo ... ack/dp/960

That looks great - I went through to the Fornetto website and had a better look, they've got videos on there too. Well worth a discussion with the boss I reckon :) Thanks
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Re: Looking for buying advice please

Postby BraaiMeesterWannabe » 12 Sep 2014, 09:12

mattbrx wrote:
BraaiMeesterWannabe wrote:Matt - this may be what you're after
http://www.outdoorgourmet.co.uk/shop/fo ... ack/dp/960

That looks great - I went through to the Fornetto website and had a better look, they've got videos on there too. Well worth a discussion with the boss I reckon :) Thanks

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