Weber Ranch

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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby JEC » 04 May 2012, 20:08

RobinC wrote:Turned up today. Assembly was a breeze. Only frustration is that it will be a few days before I can fire her up. Very impressed with the thickness of the grill.

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Impressive, and big
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby eater of food » 04 May 2012, 20:10

That's what she said.
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby BBQFanatic » 04 May 2012, 20:35

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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby keith157 » 05 May 2012, 09:10

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :? :lol: :oops:
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby bencops » 07 May 2012, 18:53

God im still jealous!

Have you lit a fire in her yet?
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby RobinC » 07 May 2012, 19:34

I have. The first cook was a rather unimpressive 4 sausages and a fried egg!!! 2nd cook was a few meatballs, a couple of venison steaks, stuffed mushrooms followed by an apple crumble. I need to clear some time and invite a few friends over to do the thing justice.

I'm loving all the space on it. The first cook was done using some semi used briquettes from a previous cook, the same amount I would use on a 57cm grill. I was pleasantly pleased and surprised with how well the ranch maintained its temp. Obviously as you got further away from the coals the temp dropped but I could definitely see that there is a lot of scope for having different zones at different temps. The kettle is a beast on my decking area vand I'm definitely going to have to have a reorganisation.

I've managed to pik up a few bargains over the last few years mainly bu purchasing at h end of the season but this is by far my bet score to date, wasnt on the look out for a ranch but very very pleased I go this
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby bencops » 11 Jun 2012, 12:57

There's another on ebay at the mo, starts at 500.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Weber-Ranch-K ... 20c6a35486
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby RobinC » 11 Jun 2012, 14:10

I could barely justify getting one so won't be bidding on a 2nd one
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby bencops » 11 Jun 2012, 17:47

Only the president of the british bbq society could ever justify two, and he couldnt keep it going for long.

Frankly, i cant justify one given the amount of bbq space im planning without it! ;)
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Re: Weber Ranch

Postby RobinC » 11 Jun 2012, 18:17

Just noticed that the auction finishes on my birthday, maybe that's an omen
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