Barrel Barbecue or is it barrel bbq or even barrel barbeque
Barrel Barbecue, Barrel BBQ, Barrel Barbeque,
or is it barrel bbq or even barrel barbeque, whatever you call
them. Our Barrel Barbecues have an extra large grilling capacity, ideal for
those large family gatherings, easily catering for 30 guests and are supplied
with a lid to enable cooking in the British weather.
The Original Barrel Barbecue
is constructed from a recycled 45 gal oil barrel similar to a bri, then bolted to substantial box section
legs, these strong steel legs are made detachable to aid transporting and storage.
Our Barrel Barbecue is very robust and stable, a major consideration, you don't
want to spend an hour cooking your favorite food just to see being eaten by
the dog when the barby tips over !!.The 14 gauge steel charcoal / ash pan is
fitted to prevent the hot charcoal touching the barrel and controls the air
supply thus regulating the heat and cooking times, heavy 4mm diameter bars on
our grill, retain heat and give char grill marks on food especially jerk chicken, the heavy steel hot
plate can be used for fish, eggs, burgers etc. The lid cuts down on smoke, speeds
the cooking of joints & chicken via indirect heat, similar to an oven in your
kitchen and permits use in inclement weather.
Original Barrel Barbecue Deluxe Barrel Barbecue
Delivery to Southern Ireland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal , Italy etc. extra £30
The main difference between The
Original Barrel Barbecue and Deluxe Barrel Barbecue the deluxe bbbq utilizes a new oil drum powder coated black and the original bbbq utilizes a selected used oil drum, colours vary and the steelwork is not coated.
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Normal delivery approximately. two working days if using direct bank transfer but it does depend on demand. Please don't leave ordering until the sun comes out, because every man and his dog has the same idea.
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Deluxe Barrel Barbecue ........... Original Barrel Barbecue
in the Telegraph Magazine 11th Aug.
New Barrel Barbecues
There are many different types of barbecue on the market, there's no hard and
fast rules but if you choose on of our Original Barrel Barbecues or for the
more decerning our Deluxe Barrel Barbecue you'll be happy with your choce. Whichever
one you choose, keep safety in mind. Make sure your barbecue is sturdy, our
Barrel Barbecues are, as barbecues become deceptively hot and many cheaper models
are extremely unstable. Look for a barbecue with a fat collector to minimize
smoke emissions and potential fire risk.
SITING A BARBECUE GENERAL SITING
Site your barrel barbecue well away from fences and trees. Ensure the site is
level and not situated in a position where your barrel barbecue can be knocked
CONSIDER YOUR NEIGHBOR'S
Site your barrel barbecue away from their homes. Do not disturb them with smoke
or noise. (You can always invite them!)
Always use the correct materials and fuels for lighting the barrel barbecue
and observe the manufacturer's instructions (avoid using barbecue lighter fluid
in your Barrel Barbecue. Look for childproof caps when buying lighter fuel and
always replace the cap after use. Never pour lighter fuel onto hot coals even
if they appear to have gone out. Keep combustible materials and matches away
from the barrel barbecue.
FOOD PREPARATION AND COOKING
Keep all utensils and plates for cooked foods separate from those used for uncooked
food. All frozen food must be completely defrosted before cooking on a barbecue.
Meat and other high risk foods should be kept in a refrigerator until needed.
Barbecues tend to char food on the outside and leave the centre raw. All meat
should be cooked thoroughly but portions of chicken and other poultry need particular
care. It may be a good idea to pre-cook meats by conventional methods before
finishing off on the barbecue. Food should not be left in the sunshine. To prevent
contamination by insect pests, all food should be placed in sealed containers
and be kept off the ground. Only kettle-style or barrel barbecues are suitable
for cooking joints and whole chickens. Other types will not cook the meat thoroughly.
Use a meat thermometer to check that the meat is cooked properly.
REMEMBER THESE SAFETY POINTS
To minimise accidents, ensure children are under constant supervision and never
leave the barrel barbecue unattended. Glassware is breakable and can be dangerous.
Use plastic or disposable beakers and plates. Ensure suitable fire fighting
equipment is close at hand, eg garden hose / fire bucket of sand. Dispose of
refuse in a covered bin so as not to attract insects and vermin. Never put hot
ashes directly into a plastic dustbin. Wait until they have cooled down or use
a galvanised dustbin