Weber® Original Kettle® Premium 57cm  £143.99 @ riversidegardencentre.co.uk
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Weber® Original Kettle® Premium 57cm £143.99 @ riversidegardencentre.co.uk

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Found 29th Aug 2017
The premium 57cm Weber ... £143.99 delivered.

Cheapest I have seen it this year!

BBQworld have it at the same price with code CLEAR10
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I own one of these and its great. well worth the money.
Bought one of these from Riverside a couple of weeks back. Couldn't be happier with it and came with free next day delivery

Worth mentioning, at the same time I bought some of the Weber briquettes which are fantastic when compared with the usual bags of charcoal shavings you usually get. Who knew that have the right tools for the job would make things better
Its a record in HUKD..3 new barbecue deals in same page within a span of few minutes..what is happening? is the winter coming early in Scotland?..
I bought a mastertouch from Riverside a few years back. It's been excellent, very versatile, done everything on it, things like smoked pork shoulder, smoked beef ribs, usual BBQ stuff, steaks, fish, while chickens etc etc. Can go searing hot or low and slow.

Been outside under a cover since 2014 and cleans up like new.

Good price too!
I got a mastertouch from here as well, best BBQ ever, they are fantastic, mine has been outside, uncovered, for 2 years , not a single bit of rust anywhere. My brother in law has actually cooked a cake in his !!
Hmmm, I bought this on friday from riverside for £210!

Great bbq. I'll get on the phone tomorrow and see if they'll give me a couple of quid back.

Did a spachcock chicken using indirect heat, which was great. Then used the pizza stone the following day. Both results were terrific.
Edited by: "no1retired" 29th Aug 2017
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no1retired1 h, 21 m ago

Hmmm, I bought this on friday from riverside for £210!Great bbq. I'll get …Hmmm, I bought this on friday from riverside for £210!Great bbq. I'll get on the phone tomorrow and see if they'll give me a couple of quid back.Did a spachcock chicken using indirect heat, which was great. Then used the pizza stone the following day. Both results were terrific.


Maybe worth buying a second one and returning it as the first one ... if they say no.
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DonnyBrago9 h, 31 m ago

I bought a mastertouch from Riverside a few years back. It's been …I bought a mastertouch from Riverside a few years back. It's been excellent, very versatile, done everything on it, things like smoked pork shoulder, smoked beef ribs, usual BBQ stuff, steaks, fish, while chickens etc etc. Can go searing hot or low and slow. Been outside under a cover since 2014 and cleans up like new.Good price too!


Can you share your smoked pork shoulder and beef ribs receipes please?
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kkthomask9 h, 41 m ago

Its a record in HUKD..3 new barbecue deals in same page within a span of …Its a record in HUKD..3 new barbecue deals in same page within a span of few minutes..what is happening? is the winter coming early in Scotland?..


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speric0758 m ago

Can you share your smoked pork shoulder and beef ribs receipes please?


Of course. I've tried a LOT of rubs, the two I've settled on are as follows (p.s. check out amazingribs.com, great for beginners):

For beef ribs, I use meathead's big bad beef rub, although I add a tbsp salt to it:
Meathead big bad beef rub


For pork (and chicken) I use this (it's my own version of a Kansas style rub):

1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup paprika
1/2 tbsp salt
1 tbsp black pepper
1/2 tbsp celery salt
3 tsp mustard powder
1/2 tbsp cayenne pepper
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp garlic powder

Dose it liberally on the outside of the pork, smoke with apple and oak chunks for about 10hrs (for about 2kg joint), keeping the cooking temperature around 110-120C. You want an indirect cooking setup, amazing ribs has a tutorial on it somewhere. You want the inside of the pork to get to 93C. Then you can pull it apart and add BBQ sauce, or eat it as is. Should fall apart, tastes great.
Edited by: "DonnyBrago" 29th Aug 2017
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DonnyBrago14 m ago

Of course. I've tried a LOT of rubs, the two I've settled on are as …Of course. I've tried a LOT of rubs, the two I've settled on are as follows (p.s. check out amazingribs.com, great for beginners):For beef ribs, I use meathead's big bad beef rub, although I add a tbsp salt to it:Meathead big bad beef rubFor pork (and chicken) I use this (it's my own version of a Kansas style rub):1/2 cup brown sugar1/4 cup paprika1/2 tbsp salt1 tbsp black pepper1/2 tbsp celery salt3 tap mustard powder1/2 tbsp cayenne pepper1 tbsp onion powder1 tbsp garlic powderDose it liberally on the outside of the pork, smoke with apple and oak chunks for about 10hrs (for about 2kg joint), keeping the cooking temperature around 110-120C. You want an indirect cooking setup, amazing ribs has a tutorial on it somewhere. You want the inside of the pork to get to 93C. Then you can pull it apart and add BBQ sauce, or eat it as is. Should fall apart, tastes great.


Thank you for sharing
I have wanted one of these for a long time but always been put off by the price, this is really good though!

I have started bbq'ing more and have had my cheap drum one for a couple of years but the paint has started coming off on the inside and there are a few rust bubbles on the outside despite always using the supplied cover - argos.co.uk/pro…520

If I got this Weber one would the cooking surface be the same as my drum one, which is the one thing I love about it and how easy it is to move food around? I had a square bbq previous to this and didn't get on with it that well and always ran out of space. I think that was a 47cm square grill.

When you factor in £30 for the cover it's still a lot of cash - do I get this or keep what I have until it dies!
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Pezza2u19 m ago

I have wanted one of these for a long time but always been put off by the …I have wanted one of these for a long time but always been put off by the price, this is really good though!I have started bbq'ing more and have had my cheap drum one for a couple of years but the paint has started coming off on the inside and there are a few rust bubbles on the outside despite always using the supplied cover - http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2870520If I got this Weber one would the cooking surface be the same as my drum one, which is the one thing I love about it and how easy it is to move food around? I had a square bbq previous to this and didn't get on with it that well and always ran out of space. I think that was a 47cm square grill.When you factor in £30 for the cover it's still a lot of cash - do I get this or keep what I have until it dies!



The drum one has a bigger grilling area as it is 57cm x 83cm this is only 57cm diameter

Drum = 4,731 cm2
Weber = 2,551 cm2

I have the 47cm Weber and I purchased that second hand 9 years ago ... it still hasn't fallen apart and I leave it exposed to the elements every year! Needed a bigger BBQ as there wasn't enough space and have been looking for the 57cm Weber for a while.

My understanding is that the Weber is far better at controlling the heat (so perfect if you want to experiment with slow cooking and smoking) but if you need the surface area, stick with your drum ... or buy 2 Weber's
speric0721 m ago

The drum one has a bigger grilling area as it is 57cm x 83cm this is only …The drum one has a bigger grilling area as it is 57cm x 83cm this is only 57cm diameter Drum = 4,731 cm2Weber = 2,551 cm2I have the 47cm Weber and I purchased that second hand 9 years ago ... it still hasn't fallen apart and I leave it exposed to the elements every year! Needed a bigger BBQ as there wasn't enough space and have been looking for the 57cm Weber for a while.My understanding is that the Weber is far better at controlling the heat (so perfect if you want to experiment with slow cooking and smoking) but if you need the surface area, stick with your drum ... or buy 2 Weber's


Thanks, that's quite a loss in the area but then having said that it's not often I need to use it all and I'd still keep the drum one.

I do prefer indirect cooking, even with the usual sausages and burgers and the drum one allows me to put the charcoal on one side and the food the other. The grate lets the charcoal sit in the middle away from the bbq itself so it never touches the sides but on the Weber it looks like you can pile it to the sides with the dividers, which should help.

I use the restaurant grade big k charcoal (got 2.5 boxes left) and not briquettes but from all the photos I've seen people tend to use these over lumpwood, is there a reason for that?

The only joint of meat I have done so far is chicken and I think the bbq got far too hot cos the temperature of the meat went over 90 degrees, but it still tasted nice and was juicy. I would like to do some low and slow cooking so it sounds like the Weber will be ideal for this.
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Pezza2u30th Aug

Thanks, that's quite a loss in the area but then having said that it's not …Thanks, that's quite a loss in the area but then having said that it's not often I need to use it all and I'd still keep the drum one.I do prefer indirect cooking, even with the usual sausages and burgers and the drum one allows me to put the charcoal on one side and the food the other. The grate lets the charcoal sit in the middle away from the bbq itself so it never touches the sides but on the Weber it looks like you can pile it to the sides with the dividers, which should help.I use the restaurant grade big k charcoal (got 2.5 boxes left) and not briquettes but from all the photos I've seen people tend to use these over lumpwood, is there a reason for that?The only joint of meat I have done so far is chicken and I think the bbq got far too hot cos the temperature of the meat went over 90 degrees, but it still tasted nice and was juicy. I would like to do some low and slow cooking so it sounds like the Weber will be ideal for this.



I think that they use briquettes opposed to charcoal because it is consistent. Each briquette should burn and hold their heat for the same period of time.
Thanks OP. Never had a weber before. Wasn't sure between this and master touch but it seems the difference is a lid holder and the circular cut out in the grill which I don't need.
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ryanp198358 m ago

Thanks OP. Never had a weber before. Wasn't sure between this and master …Thanks OP. Never had a weber before. Wasn't sure between this and master touch but it seems the difference is a lid holder and the circular cut out in the grill which I don't need.


I think the lid has a built in holder, that hooks onto the side of the main kettle.

It isn't the roll back lid though. The cut out grill you could buy at a later stage if you want.
Edited by: "speric07" 31st Aug 2017
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