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My beautiful Weber!

Old 1st Jul 2019, 12:47
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The Grill that sets on my Porch....the Grill Beags and Baston denigrate so.....has a Charcoal Tray Insert for those occasions I entertain those who insist upon their Steak being "seared".

It also has a "Chip" tray for smoking roasts, poultry, fish, and other selections.

I can even bake on the grill....breads, pies, cobblers, whole fish, poultry.

Try that in your wonderful Webber....ever try to regulate the heat in one to provide a constant pre-determined heat and have any success?

We must remember...the British adopting anything American does not mean they get it right or do so without crafting their own idea of how it should be used.

For crying out loud....they even stock red canned Budweiser in Pubs and call it Beer!

There is no explaining some folks thinking on matters!
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Old 1st Jul 2019, 13:46
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Budweiser of the American variety is like making love in a canoe - f**k**g close to water.

Whereas the real Budweiser from České Budějovice which I once tried in the Czech Republic is excellent!
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Old 16th Aug 2019, 15:25
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Despite the "glorious" weather, the red orb produced 2 magnificent slow cooked pork loins this weekend gone. Brined overnight in spiced molasses brine and then 2 hours indirect with whisky chips added for the first hour.
Discovery of the year, a meat thermometer, get the loins to 65C and then rest for 15 mins in tinfoil.
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Old 16th Aug 2019, 19:27
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Originally Posted by BEagle View Post
Budweiser of the American variety is like making love in a canoe - f**k**g close to water.
As duty driver when hosting overseas colleagues one evening, ordering at the bar I requested an alcohol-free beer - the barman replied "sorry Sir, we have run out - pause - but we do have Budweiser..."
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Old 16th Aug 2019, 19:47
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Budweiser. Having had a very few in various places non Czech, I bought half a dozen of the real thing in the home country, and slowly drank them on the hotel balcony. My wife put me to bed. There was a bottle or two not consumed.

As for BBQs, my sum total this calendar year is TWO. I seem to be always away from home when the weather is good, and planning a BBQ for when it turns out schlecht.

Perhaps the pine cones, seaweed and crystal ball should not have been returned to stores when I retired.

P1ssing down again as I write.
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