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Old 17-06-2021, 09:21 AM   #11
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Ended up with a Landmann Rexon 4.1 in the end.

All stainless steel construction, was some building to do on it but it's pretty sturdy. Used a couple of times and it's so far so good.

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Old 17-06-2021, 09:54 AM   #12
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I have a gas BBQ and use one the these with soaked wood chips in it. The gas is convenient, but charcoal tastes better I think.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Charcoal-Co...002WJIQGW&th=1

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Weber-Barbe...XGM2GEC63&th=1
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I have a gas BBQ and use one the these with soaked wood chips in it. The gas is convenient, but charcoal tastes better I think.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Charcoal-Co...002WJIQGW&th=1

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Weber-Barbe...XGM2GEC63&th=1


Ended up buying this




Dear at £600 but had my previous £50 coal one for 15 years so thought I’d treat myself!

Will them soaked wood chips sit in this ok?


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haha good advert for British Weather, BBQ full of food and covered in rain.
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Ended up buying this



Dear at £600 but had my previous £50 coal one for 15 years so thought I’d treat myself!

Will them soaked wood chips sit in this ok?


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I lift the cooking grill and sit them on the gas burner covers. Think Weber call them flavorizer bars

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32497262223.html

You can also put them in tinfoil trays.

https://happymoneysaver.com/easy-hom...-smoker-plans/


These are a couple of examples from google.
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They say you shouldn't use soaked chips on a BBQ as the smoke is just the moisture coming out the wood until it's dry then it will flavour. Unsure if it's different on gas but that's what they say on the charcoal BBQ pages.

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They say you shouldn't use soaked chips on a BBQ as the smoke is just the moisture coming out the wood until it's dry then it will flavour. Unsure if it's different on gas but that's what they say on the charcoal BBQ pages.

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yeah I read that somewhere last week too.
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I don’t soak them for long. Also get flames out the box as they dry out and catch fire. When I empty the box they're usually mostly black and burnt.

Seems to work ok for me.
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Try these, they sell a huge range of quality bbqs.
https://www.bbqworld.co.uk
To be honest, I'm a fan of charcoal bbqs, just my opinion but you can't get the same authentic flavour from gas, but gas is quicker to cook on. Horses for courses.
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haha good advert for British Weather, BBQ full of food and covered in rain.
Great beading though!
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