3 Burner Gas Barbecue - £59.99 @ Aldi (from 4 June) [Norris Green ]
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3 Burner Gas Barbecue - £59.99 @ Aldi (from 4 June) [Norris Green ]

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LocalFound 30th May 2015
Reduced from £79.99

Grill to perfection with this barbecue. Steel body, lid, control panel, trolley with 2 doors and storage shelf and 2 side shelves with hooks to store barbecue tools. Free 3 year warranty.

Available at this price from 4 June.

Available from new Norris Green Store as an opening offer
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    Original Poster
    https://www.aldi.co.uk/typo3temp/pics/W15_PD_Thursday_New_UK10b_6682b07aac.jpg

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    Edited by: "kneale81" 30th May 2015
    Bargain...wish i held out for longer. These are the same as George Foreman ones sold at Wyevale Garden Centres.
    if it's gas, it's not really a BBQ, it's just an outdoor grill!

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    applebyJedi

    if it's gas, it's not really a BBQ, it's just an outdoor grill!

    can you explain further? I'm intrigued
    13kg Butane Cyliner for £23.99 delivered if you need it seen here
    Edited by: "andynicol" 30th May 2015
    talebiter

    Comment can you explain further? I'm intrigued


    Lots of people seem to think that the charcoal imparts flavour. As you probably know its the fat dripping onto lava rocks, charcoal etc that gives flavour. From my experience some (cheaper) gas bbqs do not have enough heat output to really get going. Always worth checking the heat output.
    hi can u send the link for me to look at this please as can't find on website or on their app. thanks :-)
    BLOSSOM143

    hi can u send the link for me to look at this please as can't find on … hi can u send the link for me to look at this please as can't find on website or on their app. thanks :-)


    It doesn't appear to be on there website.
    compadre

    Lots of people seem to think that the charcoal imparts flavour. As you … Lots of people seem to think that the charcoal imparts flavour. As you probably know its the fat dripping onto lava rocks, charcoal etc that gives flavour. From my experience some (cheaper) gas bbqs do not have enough heat output to really get going. Always worth checking the heat output.



    Its not only about the heat output (BTUs) either. A heavier metal grill (eg cast iron) holds more heat and cooks things more efficiently too. Good to have some user reviews. Would love a gas barbecue this summer.

    (Thu) 09.April 2015 - (Sat) 11.April 2015
    Week 15 Ended offer
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    ninjakiller1

    (Thu) 09.April 2015 - (Sat) 11.April 2015Week 15 Ended offer



    The top photo I found from searching Google - the pamphlet I received through my letterbox states offer starting 4 June, which I have scanned and is the 2nd photo - would you like me to send you a copy of it?
    Original Poster
    BLOSSOM143

    hi can u send the link for me to look at this please as can't find on … hi can u send the link for me to look at this please as can't find on website or on their app. thanks :-)



    I didn't get it from their website or app, see comment above.
    I just bought one of the Webber charcoal bbq's from B&Q the other day, is this better given its gas?
    talebiter

    Comment can you explain further? I'm intrigued



    A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just the same as cooking indoors but simply moving the equipment outdoors. A BBQ usually uses coal or coke briquettes. Personally I like to use olds twigs and wood from the garden just to spice it up a little as well as the coals.
    mergleb

    A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just … A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just the same as cooking indoors but simply moving the equipment outdoors. A BBQ usually uses coal or coke briquettes. Personally I like to use olds twigs and wood from the garden just to spice it up a little as well as the coals.



    Lets hope that feral animals don't urinate on too many of your twigs.
    Is this actually an offer? Can't find anything to say it's this Thursday nationally?
    I love GAS BBQs and they are much more healthy than the coal ones! If people for whatever reason want to call them grills - then I love Grills and if they want to call them toasters then I love toasters! Even if I own a weber bbq - heat for the nice price!
    mergleb

    A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just … A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just the same as cooking indoors but simply moving the equipment outdoors. A BBQ usually uses coal or coke briquettes. Personally I like to use olds twigs and wood from the garden just to spice it up a little as well as the coals.



    yes - best to move the carbon monoxide outside.
    riverman

    Lets hope that feral animals don't urinate on too many of your twigs.



    just to give that little extra aroma and flavour.
    mergleb

    A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just … A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just the same as cooking indoors but simply moving the equipment outdoors. A BBQ usually uses coal or coke briquettes. Personally I like to use olds twigs and wood from the garden just to spice it up a little as well as the coals.


    Coal? Coke?
    andynicol

    13kg Butane Cyliner for £23.99 delivered if you need it seen here



    always (probably wrongly) assumed it had to be propane for a bbq?
    Surely be some record of it somewhere at aldi? Can't find nothing
    cke

    always (probably wrongly) assumed it had to be propane for a bbq?


    As far as I know you can use either as long as the adaptor is appropriate for the type of gas.
    Edited by: "compadre" 30th May 2015
    riverman

    Lets hope that feral animals don't urinate on too many of your twigs.



    That is a really silly point./

    By that logic every piece of fruit or vegetable or every piece of meat has also been urinated on by outdoor creatures.

    Everyone eats food every day that has been urinated on by your logic.
    mergleb

    That is a really silly point./By that logic every piece of fruit or … That is a really silly point./By that logic every piece of fruit or vegetable or every piece of meat has also been urinated on by outdoor creatures.Everyone eats food every day that has been urinated on by your logic.



    I wash my fruit and veg prior to consuming, for that very reason.

    And I would be very concerned if my meat had been urinated on?! How would a fillet steak have urine on it?
    riverman

    I wash my fruit and veg prior to consuming, for that very reason. And I … I wash my fruit and veg prior to consuming, for that very reason. And I would be very concerned if my meat had been urinated on?! How would a fillet steak have urine on it?



    fight fight fight fight!!!!!!!
    mergleb

    A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just … A true BBQ is cooking with combustible fuel meaterials. A gas one is just the same as cooking indoors but simply moving the equipment outdoors. A BBQ usually uses coal or coke briquettes. Personally I like to use olds twigs and wood from the garden just to spice it up a little as well as the coals.



    Gas is a combustible material.
    Does anyone know if this comes with a flame tamer or can be used with lava rocks?
    oh ffs, i bought this same one from Robert Dyas for 100 quid and built it today, saying that Aldi are a hit and miss trying to find one available
    http://i.imgur.com/pQKxi.gif
    Courtesy of the Kneale Deal
    Edited by: "NinurtaEnki" 30th May 2015
    i bought this for £50 a few weeks ago from my local aldi, i also use it with the 13kg butane cylinder. can't fault it in any way, a bargain at £50
    forestmadman

    i bought this for £50 a few weeks ago from my local aldi, i also use it … i bought this for £50 a few weeks ago from my local aldi, i also use it with the 13kg butane cylinder. can't fault it in any way, a bargain at £50



    or £59.99 even....
    andynicol

    It doesn't appear to be on there website.



    There,Their,They're...pick one,any one you like 1 in 3 chance.
    if your food tastes like charcoal you're cooking it wrong lol...smoke generated from dripping and burning fat gives the BBQ flavour as far as im aware...most people wouldn't be able to tell the difference between charcoal BBQ's and gas ones.
    I saw a similar outdoor gas BBQ for £50 in Tesco earlier today. Might wanna check that out if anyone's interested. Battery died so couldn't take a photo.
    riverman

    I wash my fruit and veg prior to consuming, for that very reason. And I … I wash my fruit and veg prior to consuming, for that very reason. And I would be very concerned if my meat had been urinated on?! How would a fillet steak have urine on it?


    Because all animals will have urine from other creatures on them all the time.

    kneale81

    The top photo I found from searching Google - the pamphlet I received … The top photo I found from searching Google - the pamphlet I received through my letterbox states offer starting 4 June, which I have scanned and is the 2nd photo - would you like me to send you a copy of it?



    Show me in the picture of the date that you stated will be on the 4th June Please, and please don't be rude
    Edited by: "ninjakiller1" 31st May 2015
    hot if real, will check aldi nearer the time
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