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    Nutter from the UK

    Hi I'm c bit of a nutter from the UK I started barbecuing, oh God knows how long ago, I've got a beard so I must be old, anyway I've got a Weber King ranch and two smaller Webers and I use gas to light my charcoal and I thought you might like to see how I do it I think you might have a giggle click photo to see me in action , making a smoke thingy to add to my weber

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    Welcome to The Pit from Minnesota USA.

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      #3
      What a fun video. What else do you use that gas burner for other than lighting your homemade charcoal chimney's coals?

      Welcome to the Pit. I hope to see more of your posts and videos.

      Kathryn

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        Hi there Kathryn, hi from sunny UK that's actually my old work burner and I've just bought a better one which has many more jets and gives much more even cook so I'm utilising that burner for lighting my
        charcoal here I am making a Porchetta for inside but going to make one for the coals soon! Forgive the swearing once.
        Last edited by viola2572; April 29, 2020, 11:40 AM.

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      Welcome from Maryland

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        #5
        Welcome to the Pit!
        Cheers from Norway

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          Hi, a fellow European, have to get together 😁😁😁😂

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        Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas, USA! There are a lot of Weber folks in the Pit!

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          #7
          Welcome to The Pit. That is a fun video, and I love the gloves.

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            Thanks buddy, I had short ones and it removed my hairs on my arms lol

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          Welcome to the Pit! Yes, a lot of us old farts have beards over here as well. That is some afterburner you've got there. Did you pinch that from a old Electric Lightning?

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            Its my old wok burner, bought another one for wok cooking more power but a lot more even flame😁

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          Welcome from SC!

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            #10
            Welcome to the Pit from south Texas! Glad you’re hee with the rest of us nutters!

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              Oh indeed 🔥😁🔥

            #11
            Greatness.
            Welcome. And did anyone ever tell you you’ve got an accent?

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            Greetings from South Africa

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            • viola2572
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              Wow that's where I get my charcoal from!!!

            • holehogg
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              Long trip just for charcoal☺
              When I watched the video I thought to myself it looks like the crumbles of charcoal we get in SA. I have found a brand that's made in PE thats better than any other I've used and it's priced better. Think it doesn't get handled as often so stays in better shape.
              viola2572

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            Welcome from the California Delta.

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              #14
              Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
              Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

              Lovin yer charcoal chimley, is that an ol paint tin / bucket, er summat? Looks to be. Right Handy, sez I.

              Any rough idea how many BTUs yer propane wok burner is? Guessin th north side o 30k, here...cain't hardly wait to see yer New One lol!

              Nutter? While I might not readily admit it, there have, indeed, been rumours..

              (Betwixt us ol greybeards, though, it might jus happen that I mysteriously know th Secret Handshake, though, Me Ol China!)
              Last edited by Mr. Bones; April 30, 2020, 11:03 AM.

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                Hi, yes old paint tin 😁 copy from burner web site "Specification
                Heat Release can be varied up to 145,000 BTU Gas feed 1/4" 3/8" & 1/2" BSP Female thread.
                Suitable for NATURAL GAS & LPG". the new one has better turn down capability for sauces it is only 100,500 BTU LPG (29.5 KW)) I have now made a frame and plumbed it in
                Last edited by viola2572; April 30, 2020, 09:38 AM.

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              You are a nut & that video was a gas! Yessir, keep it comin. Now we get to see what you duz with meat. Welcome, eat good & have fun!
              Gordon.

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