Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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http://www.sonofhibachi.com/

Check out the snuff out pouch and optional roti. I know someone with
one and they love it.

I just like it's design.


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On Sun, 22 Aug 2010 11:46:10 -0700 (PDT), tutall wrote:

http://www.sonofhibachi.com/

Check out the snuff out pouch and optional roti. I know someone with
one and they love it.

I just like it's design.


Closing it up while it burns off the lighter fluid is going to leave petro
residue all over the inside of the unit and grates.

I use lighter fluid, but I use it in a shallow, open fire pan with nothing
attached to it. No residue collects that way. But their suggestion is
going to really leave a taste of fuel.

No real pictures of the unit, so I'll pass for now.

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On Aug 22, 7:36*pm, Sqwertz wrote:
On Sun, 22 Aug 2010 11:46:10 -0700 (PDT), tutall wrote:
http://www.sonofhibachi.com/


Check out the snuff out pouch and optional roti. I know someone with
one and they love it.


I just like it's design.


Closing it up while it burns off the lighter fluid is going to leave petro
residue all over the inside of the unit and grates.



Yes it would. But to close the unit before the lighter fluid is gone
would be before any cooking takes place, I'd not worry about it.

No real pictures of the unit, so I'll pass for now.


Heh, didn't notice that. Good point.

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http://www.sonofhibachi.com/

Check out the snuff out pouch and optional roti. I know someone with
one and they love it.
I just like it's design.


This page shows a little more detail
run your mouse over the picture
http://www.mrflame.net/hibachi.html


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On 23-Aug-2010, "Larry Fisk" wrote:

"tutall" wrote in message
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http://www.sonofhibachi.com/

Check out the snuff out pouch and optional roti. I know someone with
one and they love it.
I just like it's design.


This page shows a little more detail
run your mouse over the picture
http://www.mrflame.net/hibachi.html


I could have used that little grill years ago when I was motorcycle camping
every summer. Pretty hard to carry a real grill on a bike. I started pulling
a trailer and then we took everything but the sink.

--
Brick (Kinky is using a feather.
Perverted is using the whole chicken.)


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