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    The price I am referring to is for the Q 1200, not the Q 1000 that comes without a thermometer. Let us compare apples with apples.

    Incidentally, the Q 1200 bakes the most beautiful bread - simply because you can set the temperature so that it is 180 degrees.

    An absolute must accessory for the Q is the trivet, which is just a fancy American name for a roasting rack or what Swambo calls a cooling rack. It is a grid thing that keeps the object about 20 mm off the surface below. When baking the secret is to have a piece of alu foil the size of the trivet on the grid with the trivet on top of it and your bread pan on top of the trivet. Except for the first one where I did not oil the pan sufficiently all 8 the breads I have subsequently baked came out superbly. The last one had sun dried tomatoes in.
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    The q1000 is R2999 at Checkers.
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    Can't go wrong with the Q's. Bought a secondhand Q300 here in Qatar in addition to the Weber kettle braai we already had. In the last year or so we probably use it 4 or 5 times a week for everything from veggies to meat. The kettle we've used probably once or twice.

    It's quick and easy. I don't clean it after every use which keeps the cast iron grates from rusting (newer ones have enamelled grates). Just pre-heat for 5 minutes to carbonise the leftover bits and scrub the grates with a wire brush. Wipe the dust with paper towels and it's good to go.

    Thick steaks 4 minutes a side with the lid closed on medium high heat and it's perfect medium rare.

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    Guys where can i buy a pizza stone for the Q1200 ?

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    @ MXDURO re pizza tray...


    Just go to CTM or any other tile place, and ask for a large terracotta tile, (they will probably give you one or two for free) if it doesn't fit then just cut it to size. Admittedly I don't have a Weber Q (yet) but I use these tiles in my oven every time I make pizzas. Works awesome.
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    nice for camping. Wood is overrated
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    Quote Originally Posted by MXDURO View Post
    Guys where can i buy a pizza stone for the Q1200 ?Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
    I bought a Cadac pizza stone from Makro and simply cut two tiny half-moons (actually more like 15 mm) off opposite sides to make it fit.
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    Thanks Poen will have a look.

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    http://www.braaishop.com/shop/weber-q1200-gas-braai/

    WEBER Q1200 Gas Braai Grill BBQ

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    That is expensive i paid R3699 at Kloppers for the Q1200.

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    Walk pass these today

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    I got a q1000 for R2700 two weeks ago and have used it 6 times already! Thus far very impressed and learnt that a Cadac Safari Chef hose is perfect for connecting a large gas bottle. Any screw in gas cannister works as well.
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    I was at Kloppers this weekend and went to have a look at the Q2200 with stand. Damm their prices beats everybody else with a mile!

    I would'nt mind treating myself with one of these babies, just sorry it can't be now. It is still quite a premium for a non neccesity...
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    Look excellent BUT more to clean! Take a close look at the pics.

    I have bought quite a few braais which all claimed to be easy cleaning only to find the
    opposite. I still think the Weber charcoal is one of the best cleaning wise.



    Quote Originally Posted by JacoE View Post
    I was at Kloppers this weekend and went to have a look at the Q2200 with stand. Damm their prices beats everybody else with a mile!

    I would'nt mind treating myself with one of these babies, just sorry it can't be now. It is still quite a premium for a non neccesity...

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    I do not fancy the idea of placing meat on a dirty grid surface. My baby Q's grids go into the kitchen sink and a few scrubs with a nylon brush brings it back to new. It is also quite happy in the dishwasher. Much less of a schlep than cleaning a stainless grid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    I do not fancy the idea of placing meat on a dirty grid surface. My baby Q's grids go into the kitchen sink and a few scrubs with a nylon brush brings it back to new. It is also quite happy in the dishwasher. Much less of a schlep than cleaning a stainless grid.
    I see the Aussie video clips also suggest removing and scrubbing after braai whilst still hot.
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    Got the Q1200 for n early fathersday gift i have used it three times now and what a great piece off kit, cleaning is a bit of a shlepp but it braais and cooks awesome.

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