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Weber Gas BBQs Weber Traveler
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Weber Traveler


Gas BBQ, BBQ Trolley, Portable, Side Table, Thermometer, Wheels, Grease Tray, Lid, Bottom Burner, Enclosed Lid

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Three things to consider before buying a gas barbecue

The food you typically barbecue affects the type and features that suit you best.

  • Sausages and burgers for your family. There’s nothing wrong with preferring simple classics, and a gas barbecue can do an excellent job of grilling juicy burgers. If you know this is your BBQ style, there’s no point opting for a high-end barbecue. Look for a well-designed barbecue that offers basic features and is easy to clean.

  • Barbecue nerd with well-marbled cuts of meat. If you want to impress your guests with perfectly grilled Wagyu steaks, you’ll need to look for a barbecue with more sophisticated features. The most important aspects for you are that the barbecue offers good temperature control and grills evenly. It can also be interesting to check out additional features, such as rotisseries and warming racks. But don't be so dazzled by these exclusive features that you neglect the basics, such as build quality.

The fact that the barbecue is well-made and robust means not only that it lasts longer, but also that it’s safer. Look for a barbecue that’s sturdy, has welded joints and a well-planned work surface.

You can recognise a well-made barbecue from details such as: where the hooks are placed, what the work surface beside the grill looks like, and what the storage looks like. By checking how well-planned your barbecue is, you’ll ensure that your choice is well thought out too.

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  1. Open the hood of the gas grill.
  2. Turn on the gas by turning on the gas cylinder tap.
  3. Start a burner by pressing in the control knob, turning it as much as it goes counterclockwise. When the burner lights up, you hear a ticking sound, but to be sure, you can keep holding the knob for a few seconds.
  4. Then repeat this for each burner that your grill has.
  5. When the grill is lit, close the lid and let the grill warm up for 10-15 minutes. After that, you can adjust the heat to the desired temperature and then just start grilling. Remember that you should not grill on the highest heat when the lid is lowered.
  6. When the grilling is done, turn off the grill knobs and turn off the gas cylinder tap.

There are a few things to consider when choosing a gas grill:

  1. How big of a grill do you need? If you want to be able to grill for a bigger group, the grilling becomes more efficient with a larger grill. Just remember to make sure the grill fits!
  2. Do you need a side burner? It sits on the side of the grill and can be used, among other things, to boil sauce or keep the accessories warm while you grill.
  3. Do you prefer an open or closed cabinet? For example, in a closed cabinet you can hide barbecue accessories, while an open cabinet can be more easily accessible.
  4. What's your budget? Gas grills come in many different price ranges, and although the most expensive one doesn't always have to be the best, it might be worth adding an extra hundred pounds.

Please read our test of gas grills to find out which model best suits your needs.

If you want to clean the grill grates, it is easiest to brush it with a hard brush and to do it while the grill is still a little warm. Just be careful not to burn yourself. If the grill is cool and the dirt does not go away, you can use a kitchen sponge. Mix a little detergent with warm water in a tub and scrub hard. To remove dirt and grease collected at the bottom of the grill and on the lid, you can wipe with a cloth that you dip in water and grease solvents; just make sure that the agent is approved for grill use. You can also use a barbecue scraper for tougher dirt and burnt food residues. For the outside of the grill, only use a cloth and a little bit of liquid detergent.