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Indispensible for the dedicated barbecue cook,
This review is from: Weber's Art of the Grill (Hardcover)
A comprehensive barbecuing guide full of delicious recipes. Of all the barbecue books we've bought, we turn to this one first. There's a wide range of recipes for starters, main meals and desserts. The recipes are easy to follow and every one we've tried has been a winner. There's a wealth of information on how to barbecue, sauces, what wine to serve . . . But a word of advice - this is aimed at gas barbecue owners. And once you've tried a gas barbecue, we promise you'll never go back to charcoal!
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Initial post: 26 Jul 2010 17:09:16 BDT
Mr. Paul J. Worthington says:
no substitue for charcoal...........no way, sorry.
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Mar 2011 15:44:50 GMT
Having used both, gas is ftw especially when you live in a country where you grill most evenings. There is barely any difference in taste, you can slow cook things (like ribs etc.), you can even cook a full roast joint, you never end up with dry chicken or charred steaks, you can easily get the BBQ temp high enough to sear steaks properly oh and you can cook pizza on it, I mean proper home made, pizza and it comes out almost as if it were cooked in a stone oven (all due to the ability to get those steady high temps on gas).
Posted on 1 Feb 2012 17:22:44 GMT
Opposite way for me. Had gas, unimpressed, changed to charcoal and wouldn't go back. There are pro's and cons to both, but i dont think gas has huge benefts.
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