Cooking on gas tops barbecue poll

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  1. Norman says:

    Gas is best for me it’s quick and much safer to use. I watched a caravaer burn a few holes in his awning.

    When a gust of wind blew hot ash over it.

  2. Mary McLaren says:

    I wouldn’t go passed my Lotus Grill, it’s fantastic. Take each part to sink to wash, can sit it on gras can carry it without getting your hands burnt.I also bought the pizza plate and the glass dome with temp gauge so also acts as an oven. Food tastes fab would not use anything else it’s easy to use with a fan which runs off batteries and as I said you take it all to the sink to wash it.

  3. Sylvia Dally says:

    Once again I agree about the taste of food on charcoal, however I feel that a gas BBQ would be safer. We have had problems with smoke and sparks drifting towards our awning, very difficult sometimes to position a charcoal BBQ so as not to cause nuisance to our neighbours.

  4. Dean Dickinson says:

    Hmmm, charcoal is the best but for convenience it’s gas or the Teppanyaki, oh and we need the weather!!!


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