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Basher

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  • Birthday June 23

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    Brisbane
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    BBQ, Fishing, Cricket, Rugby, AFL, Golf, Hiking,

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  1. In our experience, the architect designed the hardscaping and basic placement of everything. Then one of the best decisions we made was to throw those designs at a specialised landscape architect on an hourly rate. Once he provided the specific plants and their placement in the garden( and after I got my head around the scientific names of the species), everything popped off the page and finalised that last 10% of uncertainty. He knew which plants would thrive in our local conditions and planned around morning and afternoon hotspots/ cool spots and realigned some of the viewpoints with slight modification to garden beds. This has also made our plant order really easy with a list of species, number of plants and pot sizes. Just give this to a wholesale nursery and they deliver everything when we are ready to plant it out. Time will tell.
  2. This is exciting Troble. That fence looks beyond propping up. Our building works start in the second week of Feb. Hope to be completed first week of April- in time for Easter. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Yep, that’s what I thought, pebbles definitely cook better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Well done glx. Do you have a photo of the new KK? Plenty of diversified cooks coming up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Trust the welsh to have a 7 letter word with 1 vowel. I caught the wrong train in Wales and ended up lost. I had to call some friends and spell the name out because I couldn’t pronounce it” C W M B R A N” Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks Jon, I can't get myself that excited about boiling eggs. Have you tried one of these? They have worked well for us.
  7. What colour did you end up choosing?
  8. Well done Takela. Most of us deliberated for a few years. Maybe except ckreef. [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. No takeaways for you Tekobo. Great effort. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. It’s ok. I found this on the app. point 15. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Is this heat sensitivity a concern when spit roasting over direct heat? I am usually doing this with dome temp around 180C- 200C( 360f- 400f) for the rotisserie set up. I have assumed the rotation would give the probe a break from the direct heat.
  12. Basher

    Chicken Tajine

    You are no chance of resisting! [emoji23] I’m expecting photos within the month. Tasty looking dish Tony Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Tried the Meater for the first time tonight. I am very impressed. Really easy app with good functions to preset different meats, cuts and also adaptive for tailoring. Boned out lamb shoulder. seared first down near the embers with a bit of sea salt and cumin. Then finished up high with the Meater in place and added garlic and basil after the sear so it didn’t burn. The time left until target temp is a great function and the ambient temp on Meater read 10 deg f( 5 deg C) less than the Tel Tru in the dome. That’d be about right given there was a tray under the lamb for indirect indirect finish. I had to leave for an hour as soon as I pulled it off the KK and by the time got back the kids had devoured most of it. Here is my leftovers plated. Looking forward to trying this further with the rotisserie. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I gave it to my mates- his boat. He baked the two smaller ones with onions and lime and filleted the big snapper. Sorry, no pics. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Good to see the beetroot in there Aussie. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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