New BBQ sys­tem short­ens grilling time

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Star Homes -

GAS and char­coal bar­be­cues have their fer­vent sup­port­ers and con­vinced ad­ver­saries. While the Euro­peans pre­fer char­coal, the English­men usu­ally opt for gas.

The dif­fer­ent types of ap­pli­ances are used in dif­fer­ent ways but they com­ple­ment each other per­fectly.

This way, you can en­joy your bar­be­cue prepa­ra­tions ac­cord­ing to your pref­er­ences and tastes.

An av­er­age qual­ity char­coal bar­be­cue has a tem­per­a­ture on the sur­face of a min­i­mum of 500ºF (260ºC). This tem­per­a­ture, for ex­am­ple, is ideal to grill ribs or to pre­pare them rare.

How­ever, you would need a lot of pa­tience with the tra­di­tional char­coal bar­be­cues since it takes about 40 min­utes just to cre­ate a de­cent char­coal fire.

Bar­be­cook short­ens this time, thanks to the Quick­S­tart sys­tem.

From now on, you can start up ev­ery char­coal fire just by us­ing some news­pa­per and start grilling within 15 min­utes.

Bar­be­cook is a trade­mark of the Bel­gian com­pany SAEY Home & Gar­den. Along­side Bar­be­cook, the SAEY Group is ac­tive as a steel trader and op­er­ates a suc­cess­ful stove busi­ness.

The first Bar­be­cook bar­be­cue was de­vel­oped in 1985, based on the find­ing that bar­be­cues were of­ten very prim­i­tive.

One of Bar­be­cook’s goals from the out­set was to make bar­be­cu­ing safer and more ef­fi­cient.

This re­sulted, among other things, in Bar­be­cook’s patented light­ing sys­tem Quick­S­tart.

Stay on top of your fire and make smart use of the Quick­S­tart sys­tem.

Twist three news­pa­per sheets into torches and push them into the Bar­be­cook hearth.

Throw some char­coal on the grate and light the sheets at the bot­tom of the hearth/pipe.

Sta­bilise your char­coal grill and fill the Quick­stop base with wa­ter, which you can later use to ex­tin­guish the re­main­ing ashes.

Should the grill fall over, the hot coals are ex­tin­guished with the wa­ter.

Bar­be­cook aims to give you care­free bar­be­cue plea­sure.

That is why it fo­cuses on ease of use from start to fin­ish; from its easy assem­bly and user-friendly use to its sim­ple main­te­nance of their bar­be­cues and ac­ces­sories.

This month, BBQ King is of­fer­ing good deals for all char­coal and gas bar­be­cue sets.

■ For more in­for­ma­tion, visit its shops or con­tact BBQ King Bangsar Vil­lage (03-2287 0399), BBQ King Em­pire (03-5022 2399), BBQ King IPC (03-7732 3169), BBQ King Gur­ney Plaza (04-229 3119), Kitchen Shop Great Eastern Mall (03-4266 1338), Kitchen Shop Dpulze Cy­ber­jaya (03-8325 1318), Kitchen Shop Suria Sabah (088-488 389), Kitchen Shop Imago Sabah (088-276 908) or Kitchen Shop Te­brau City JB (07-359 1218).

With the Quick­S­tart sys­tem, you can start the char­coal fire just by us­ing some news­pa­per and be­gin grilling within 15 min­utes.

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