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  # 729892 10-Dec-2012 17:26
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It's pork? and the white stuff is salt? 

After all my talk of charcoal I went with a two burner gas number with a hood, basically I wanted something I could use during the week not just on weekends. 

Very happy with it and can't wait to try out my food smoking kit.  




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  # 729893 10-Dec-2012 17:26
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freitasm: The top fat is going to sip and flavour the meat, carrying that salt goodness, making each piece melt in your mouth...



Ok, I'm hungry now...

 
 
 
 




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  # 729901 10-Dec-2012 17:41
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freitasm: Since it's not a great day for an outdoor BBQ, this is going in the oven, covered with tinfoil for 30 minutes then 20 minutes without:



The top fat is going to sip and flavour the meat, carrying that salt goodness, making each piece melt in your mouth...




Wow that's a lot of salt :) 

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  # 729903 10-Dec-2012 17:42
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freitasm: It's beef... Rump cap (or in Portuguese picanha). And yes, it's rock salt.

More here.


Wow, now that is what I want to cook and eat. 

Where do you recommend buying it? I take it supermarkets are a waste of time? 




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  # 729905 10-Dec-2012 17:48
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crackrdbycracku:
freitasm: It's beef... Rump cap (or in Portuguese picanha). And yes, it's rock salt.

More here.


Wow, now that is what I want to cook and eat. 

Where do you recommend buying it? I take it supermarkets are a waste of time? 


I would consider Supermarkets to be a waste of time for any fresh fruit or produce or fresh meat. I prefer the likes of Nosh and if you buy what's on special there is a relatively minor cost difference. On the other side of the coin, I recently bought some fish out of desperation at my local new world and it was surprisingly fresh

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  # 729975 10-Dec-2012 21:07
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Done. All gone. Yummy. Not salty at all, just tasty.

Accompanied with a nice potato salad (mayonnaise and italian parsley) and beer.

Monday dinner of champions!




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  # 738701 30-Dec-2012 20:42
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Remembered seeing this topic a while back, the warehouse has the weber one touch silvers for $200, parallel imported.
I got one and can't wait to try it out.

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  # 738719 30-Dec-2012 21:39
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Just tried a new method for Xmas BBQ.

After a trial with a chicken that worked a treat, we bought a turkey and put it on our relatively new rotisserie (with electric motor) and left it for 90 minutes and it was pouring juices when we cut through the lovely crispy skin. Absolutely stunning

Turkey size had to be managed to fit inside the BBQ!

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  # 746158 17-Jan-2013 09:51
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Weber One Touch BBQ, Silver 18.5 inch (47cm) for $169 today only from 10am.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red alert deal thingy

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  # 746166 17-Jan-2013 10:04
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Jaxson: Weber One Touch BBQ, Silver 18.5 inch (47cm) for $169 today only from 10am.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red alert deal thingy


Nice ...
Its a parallel import so it won't come with the 10year Weber Warantee.

The warehouse is not an Authorised Weber New Zealand Stockist

But at that price what a good deal. These things are good and will last a very long time if looked after properly.

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