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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo_g View Post
    As ek klaar gebraai het maak ek die deksel en vents toe. Die brikette smoor dood en is reg vir 'n tweede rondte.
    Ek doen dit ook, werk nogal lekker

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo_g View Post
    As ek klaar gebraai het maak ek die deksel en vents toe. Die brikette smoor dood en is reg vir 'n tweede rondte.
    Ai verlang ek nou na my jong dae...............
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    Die gedagte het by my opgekom (daar doen ek dit weer...)

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    I have been using a Weber since 1997 and below are my tried and tested cooking times

    Fillet and Rump
    Medium/ Rare 10min per 500grm
    Medium 14min per 500grm
    Medium/well done 18min per 500grm


    Turkey - 23-25 minutes per 500grm


    Chicken and Duck - 18-20 minutes per 500grm


    Pork
    Leg 30-35 min per 500grm
    Loin 22-25 min per 500grm
    Pork belly 25min per 500grm
    Shoulder 25-28 min per 500grm
    Fillet 18-20 min per 500grm
    Ham (raw) 28-30 min per 500grm this includes glazing
    Pork neck 27 min per 500grm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dickr View Post
    I have been using a Weber since 1997 and below are my tried and tested cooking times

    Fillet and Rump
    Medium/ Rare 10min per 500grm
    Medium 14min per 500grm
    Medium/well done 18min per 500grm


    Turkey - 23-25 minutes per 500grm


    Chicken and Duck - 18-20 minutes per 500grm


    Pork
    Leg 30-35 min per 500grm
    Loin 22-25 min per 500grm
    Pork belly 25min per 500grm
    Shoulder 25-28 min per 500grm
    Fillet 18-20 min per 500grm
    Ham (raw) 28-30 min per 500grm this includes glazing
    Pork neck 27 min per 500grm
    dick..........thanks. The Fillet/Rump, is that on direct coals and on the grid, meaning not a steak plate thing??
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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo_g View Post
    Die gedagte het by my opgekom (daar doen ek dit weer...)
    waldo - een vannie dae gaan ons net so traantjie in die linker oog kry. En nie net as ons in die rook staan en braai nie
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    Pork belly works best on a Weber. No mess like in an oven.
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    Vergeet al daai gadgets, jy het hulle nie nodig nie!
    What a life!

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    Quack - blikkie water daai om die dinge sappig te hou
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    dick..........thanks. The Fillet/Rump, is that on direct coals and on the grid, meaning not a steak plate thing??
    All are on indirect heat (coals on the side)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    Quack - blikkie water daai om die dinge sappig te hou
    Yip en om te keer dat daai skaap rug nie vlam vat nie!
    What a life!

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    Haal die raaiwerk uit jou braaiwerk en kry 'n vleis termometer. Vleisie sal elke keer perfek gaar wees soos wat jy dit wil hê. Veral die groot, dik stukke soos hierbo na verwys. Ek het 'n fênsie remote ene (geskenk gewees) maar 'n goedkoop ene werk net so goed.



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    Moenie gewone houtskool eers probeer gebruik nie dit brand heeltemal te warm. Net brikette.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooly View Post
    Moenie gewone houtskool eers probeer gebruik nie dit brand heeltemal te warm. Net brikette.
    Kyk weer na my foto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quack View Post
    Kyk weer na my foto
    Ek sien, maar ek glo nog gewone brikette werk beter.

    P.S ek hou ook van ‘n porkbelly in die Weber, maar ek pre-cook myne in die stoompot met uie en knoffel vir so 30min en dan sit ek dit op die Weber om die vet te crisp, ek verf hom ook met a sousie terwyl hy op die Weber is.

    Mmmm ek voel sommer een aankom die naweek!
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    Ek gooi net charcoal op my weber bother lankal nie meer met brickets en al die as wat hulle maak nie. Ding is net om lekker charcoal te kry wat nie deur die rooster val nie. Zambia het nogal die regte charcoal vir 'n weber

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    Ek het afgelope Sondag my rotisserie vol skaaptjops gepak - werk soos 'n bom en ek hoef nie heeltyd tjoppies te draai nie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agteros View Post
    Ek het afgelope Sondag my rotisserie vol skaaptjops gepak - werk soos 'n bom en ek hoef nie heeltyd tjoppies te draai nie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweeling View Post
    Ek het baie jare terug my neus op getrek vir 'n weber, gedog maak net oop vuur met rooikrans, tot ek eendag vir my een aangeskaf het en nooit weer terug gekyk het nie. Daar is nog altyd plek vir die hout en kole vuur maar 'n weber is net anders.
    Ek moet nog die " lig" sien. Moet hout sien brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevan View Post
    Lyk my jy leer mooi by Grieke
    Dit was 'n eye-opener

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