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    Talking Campfire BBQ

    I'm knocking a few of these up if anyone's interested.

    A rather natty little grill that turns your campfire into a BBQ.

    Perfect for cooking anything you'd put onto your home Barbie.

    Swivels out of the fire for placing and turning of your food so no burnt fingers or smoke filled eyes...

    Swivels back over the fire for cooking, this also allows you to position your food for optimal cooking temperatures.....

    As the fire burns down you can also adjust the hight of the grill above the fire.....

    Sturdy enough to take a full pan of water, and for more cooking space just use two grills on one pole.

    On the heat...



    Off the heat...



    Lowered as the fire burns down...




    30.00 per unit + shipping.

    Cheers
    Red.

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    ive seen this in action and it really does what it says grand bit of gear!

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    I'll have one please!

    Please pm me your PP details etc.

    Alan L.

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    hey Red, bring one to Mordeford, you may get some interest, (we could trial it on my Yukon!!!)
    Cheers
    Tim

    three days to go
    Cheers
    Tim


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    They look really good Redframe.

    Is the bolt necessary to stop it sliding down the pole or does the weight of the grill hanging out away from the pole stop it? (if you see what i mean)

    Also, how much for a pole and 2 grills?

    Cheers, Pieface.

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    (we could trial it on my Yukon!!!)

    Thats what I intend to do!

    Regards.

    Alan L.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pieface View Post
    They look really good Redframe.

    Is the bolt necessary to stop it sliding down the pole or does the weight of the grill hanging out away from the pole stop it? (if you see what i mean)
    I see exactly what you mean....

    There's 20 plus years buggering around a campfire, trying to cook a decent cut of meat gone into this, when you come across one you'll understand....

    I was recently asked, 'Isn't that cooked yet..!!?', the answer was, It'll be ready when it's ready...

    Personally I like my meat slooooww cooked, and smoked....

    Quote Originally Posted by pieface View Post
    Also, how much for a pole and 2 grills?

    Cheers, Pieface.
    I'd suggest, at this stage, you try one grill...and see if you need two...

    .....

    Cheers
    Red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    hey Red, bring one to Mordeford, you may get some interest, (we could trial it on my Yukon!!!)
    Cheers
    Tim

    three days to go
    I'm relying on your YOUKON to show it's versitility...! Book me in for Gadget night....

    Two Sleeps sir....

    Cheers
    Red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redframe View Post
    I'm relying on your YOUKON to show it's versitility...! Book me in for Gadget night....

    Two Sleeps sir....

    Cheers
    Red.
    When are you going?????
    cos to my reckoning I've only one sleep left........
    Cheers
    Tim
    Cheers
    Tim


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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    When are you going?????
    cos to my reckoning I've only one sleep left........
    Cheers
    Tim
    Two sleeps left for me Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redframe View Post
    Perfect for cooking anything you'd put onto your home Barbie.

    Red.
    Why would you want to cook Barbie - wouldn't Ken object???

    Graham.
    p.s. to Tim - 2 sleeps for me too!!!!
    Yours, Squidmeister

    p.p.s Tim - What's a Yukon? (also any DBC's this year or did I win with my pastel effect one?)

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    Hi all, again,

    Just done a bit of digging - "Ohhh, that Yukon stove"

    Look forward to Gadget night, to see them all in action!!

    Graham

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamD View Post
    p.p.s Tim - What's a Yukon? (also any DBC's this year or did I win with my pastel effect one?)
    Sad to say the DBC died late last year too much use and abuse I'm afraid, it was then buried under a load of tinnies in the recycling tub, who knows it may come back as a tent peg!

    No sleep 'til M'ford....................

    see y'all there
    Tim
    Cheers
    Tim


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    Hi,

    Do you have any of these left?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meggy View Post
    Hi,

    Do you have any of these left?

    Thanks
    i'd be very interesred in one too...

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    I have got one of those in my shower, i keep all my soaps and shampoos on it.

    scotty7367

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    Looks like a very handy grill. I'd actually like to have one.

    But please, BBQ involves low, normally indirect heat, lots of smoke, over longer periods of time, generally with cheaper cuts of meat. Grilling is direct heat, short term and naturally tender (more costly) cuts of meat. If ya want to try true BBQ, drop me a message, and stop up home here. I'll fix ya some proper BBQ, done Appalachia style; none of that sweet tomato Saint Louis finishing sauce needed.

    Sorry, it's a grumpy point for me. No offense meant.

    Mike
    Canoeing and camping are both cheaper than therapy... and generally more productive.

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