Weber Q searing

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the dane
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Weber Q searing

Post by the dane » Sat Jul 14, 2018 9:13 am

Gave the Weber Q, a 100% clean last weekend. Amazing how food comes out on clean grates. And amazing how much gunk crust gets stuck under the gratesImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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Re: Weber Q searing

Post by Davo » Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:50 pm

There's definitely something about a good grilling session...no stuffing about with low n slow....just a good ol fashion fry up.

You are right about the gunk....one of the little bug bears of the Weber Q grill plates are the channels underneath get a lot of sticky gunk underneath....kind of makes you wonder how it works it's way under there like it does considering it's facing down....even a good high heat burn off doesn't remove it.

I get what I can off with a flat head screw driver then give it a hit with the K'archer then I place it back on the Weber after I'vegiven the bowl a good scrape out...sometimes mine gets so gunky that I take out the burners and give the bowl a good hit with the K'archer as well.....I do tend to think that the gunk build up tends to absorb a lot of heat.


Hmmm....I might check to see if I've got any bacon in the fridge....need a good cooked brekky tomorrow morning.

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Re: Weber Q searing

Post by the dane » Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:05 am

Davo, i took the burners out lid off before cleaning. Was about to do bacon this morning, BUT NO BACON. So fritz it isImageImage

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Re: Weber Q searing

Post by mymonaro » Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:39 pm

Making my mouth water! Well done guys.

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Re: Weber Q searing

Post by Davo » Sun Jul 15, 2018 8:19 pm

Yum.....ham steaks are great on the grill :)
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