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Portable gas bbq.
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userjumpstart
Posted: 27 January 2019 12:47 PM
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Hi all,thinking of getting a external connecting gas bbq,does anyone have any recommendations.
userKeithl
Posted: 27 January 2019 7:04 PM
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Beauclaire or Cadac.

http://www.beauclaire.co.uk/

https://www.cadacinternational.com/

Keith.
userSolwaybuggier
Posted: 28 January 2019 7:12 AM
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We had a Cadac for 10 years, just moved to a Weber Q1200 - very impressed by it. Far closer to a charcoal bbq, and easy to use. Got ours from https://www.wowbbq.co.uk/categories/weber-barbecues/weber-q-bbqs/weber-q1200/product/weber-q1200-green/51070074~51070074 - good price at present.
userClive_Adams
Posted: 28 January 2019 1:41 PM
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IMHO Cadac over Beauclaire but I don't want to start that discussion again, cant comment on the Weber other than I see a lot of them on the continent.
Think you just need to size up what you need and what other bits you need with it, don't think you'll go wrong with any of them 3.
userGeeco
Posted: 12 March 2019 5:22 AM
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John, In this part of the world a gas BBQ is considered standard equipment on most motorhomes. By far the most popular by a country mile is the Webber Baby Q. I have the optional high top that comes with a temperature gauge builtin.The high top is good for a chicken or roast. We have even cooked pizzas in ours.cheers, 



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userCaddies104
Posted: 18 April 2019 9:10 PM
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Hi
If you stay on sites and don’t want all the trouble of a getting gas, try VonShef an electric multi cooker, there brilliant and easy to use, we have an old Palson model, but it’s the same as above. Can do Pizzas and Paella’s and mixed grills all in the same pan.

Derek
userHarveyHeaven
Posted: 29 May 2019 10:16 AM
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we have the Cadac 2-cook-2. I'm pescarian and my husband carnivore we needed twp plates. We've had both the other Cadacs but this 2-cook-2 is the best of the lot you can also use a pan holder so you can cook with a saucepan one one ring and a bbq plate ont he other which is what we do if we are eating fish.
userpelmetman
Posted: 29 May 2019 3:54 PM
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Geeco - 2019-03-12 5:22 AM

John, In this part of the world a gas BBQ is considered standard equipment on most motorhomes. By far the most popular by a country mile is the Webber Baby Q. I have the optional high top that comes with a temperature gauge builtin.The high top is good for a chicken or roast. We have even cooked pizzas in ours.cheers, 


Point of order .......They're gas cookers ........

We have both, and I prefer the flavour of my grub cooked on proper charcoal ..........

Plus....... hearing the slamming of windows and doors after I light up is all part of the experience for me .........



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