two different gas units from (1) gas bottle - can you do it

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yakabot
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Post by yakabot » Thu Apr 28, 2016 5:24 pm

Throw freshly boiled from your side burner water on the lawn. That'll teach it to grow.


Mainey . . .
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Re: two different gas units from (1) gas bottle :)

Post by Mainey . . . » Tue May 03, 2016 1:50 pm

:D

the BBQ stand is now finished and functional :roll:

I've had a few fantastic steaks, sausages and some gr8 beef patties cooked on the Baby 'Q' and I'm the first to admit I'm a complete convert to the lid down Weber style of cooking :D
Cooking is much faster and easier on the Weber than I had expected, funny how you get an idea that the traditional open BBQ is so good and nothing could be better - how wrong was I :( :(

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Both the Baby 'Q' and the Wok burner are working from same gas bottle thanks to 'Titch' :wink:
An experienced cook & now a Weber Baby 'Q' devotee...
it's a very different world where you can smell but can't see what's happening with your food
:P

titch
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Re: two different gas units from (1) gas bottle - can you do

Post by titch » Tue May 03, 2016 5:07 pm

Soapy water and check for leaks.
That setup looks pretty good mate :wink:
Cheers
Titch

Mainey . . .
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Re: two different gas units from (1) gas bottle - can you do

Post by Mainey . . . » Tue May 03, 2016 9:59 pm

titch wrote:Soapy water and check for leaks.
That setup looks pretty good mate :wink:
Yes, thank's to your valued assistance and help :D

Will do the soapy water treatment to check for gas leak

Mainey . . .
An experienced cook & now a Weber Baby 'Q' devotee...
it's a very different world where you can smell but can't see what's happening with your food
:P


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