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msmeme
New Contributor
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Hi everyone, I need some advice please. I live in a newly built house and my attempts to come up with an undercover eating area outside, are failing ...

pinkssyd
Newbie
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hi I have recently moved to a rented house and later realised there is no deck or covered outdoor area. It has big front and backyard with no shades a ...

weekenddiyer
Budding Contributor
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I just finished off a spring project, getting ready for the warmer weather in the coming months. We have a water tank at the end of our back deck wher ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
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Hi @MoonshineBen Am absolutely loving the posts you are putting up and your vast knowledge. I have recently purchased the new Napoleon Webber and am ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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I will admit I barbecue all year round. It’s my favourite way of cooking, but towards Christmas and through the summer, I go wild. Even a humble Coles ...

lturn
Frequent Browser
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We have just built a pergola that’s we intend to put a roof on & backs onto our brick garage wall. We have a stand alone bbq that we would like to bu ...

MoonshineBen
Experienced Contributor
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I thought now that we're in November, it's a good time to start thinking about Xmas ham! Here's a how to I did on it a couple of years ago, right from ...

MoonshineBen
Experienced Contributor
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Hey all Thought I'd get a new thread going to talk BBQ in 2019. I'm hoping to be much more active this year on the community now that I have some mo ...

DeathByRust
New Contributor
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For that custom look and personal touch...

Sue70
Newbie
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Where do I start? Anyone who has built 1 of their own,feel free to share pics and give me a few pointers "Do's & Dont's", keeping in mind I'm a 49yr ...

Micky72
New Contributor
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Got this Bunnings sausage today at the Nunawading store. I give it a 9/10 - it just needed to be a bit more crispy to get a 10/10.

Jackson
Super Contributor
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Hey Workshop! I'm hosting a BBQ for 8 friends on the weekend and rather than just trotting out the usual boring fare, I'm keen to impress them. I have ...

rscrocker
Budding Contributor
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I would like to know how to cut a road train brake hub and what welding rods to use to weld the brake hub my ash tray catcher exhaust pipe for c ...

MoonshineBen
Experienced Contributor
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Hey all, been a while! Lots has been cooking and busy preparing for competition season in a few weeks. Wanted to share a video we shot recently abo ...

Baz
Junior Contributor
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I want to get into charcoal cooking. I've always cooked on a gas BBQ and won't be ditching my Beafeater anytime soon but I want to try charcoal for bi ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
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Here's the science behind Engineering data, proofs and Grilling perfect pizzaKettle BBQSimulations (Multiphysics) courtesy Comsol

Prawns
Established Contributor
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Bought my first (and probably only) house a couple of years ago and it needed a good yard cleanup (amongst alot of other stuff lol) I discovered so ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
5 replies

Grand Rugrats love toasting stuff at their own height.

Yorky88
Super Contributor
2 replies

Here are some bar tables we built recently

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