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Gas BBQ

Post by glalt » August 13, 2007, 3:13 pm

There is/was a company in Udon that was building gas barbecues. I think Quick Fire is the name. Does anyone have one of these grills and if so, how does it work for baking. I'm talking about the double wall insulated lid on the grill and then using a pot or covered pan inside for baking different things.



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Post by Aardvark » August 13, 2007, 3:42 pm

Dont know about BBQ's in Udon but looked at a proper oven with hotplates in Macro a couple of weeks ago, "Sanyo 4 burner + oven Bht6000" a nice little unit and a bargain at that price!!

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Post by glalt » August 13, 2007, 4:45 pm

Actually I want a BBQ grill but can't justify paying the 16,000 baht unless I can use it for an oven too. 8)

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Post by Aardvark » August 14, 2007, 5:18 am

That was 6,000 baht for the Sanyo :lol:

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Post by docta » December 25, 2007, 10:39 pm

Take the words from Quik-Fire customers themselves....

(As found on a web board in old thread from way back)

I purchased one, 2 burner SS, expensive (for me), but hopefully will last a long time, looks like it will, well made.
Excellent for all my grilling needs, along with doubling as an oven, as mentioned, a fantastic hood, as it gets very hot inside. you can do pizza, lasagna, baked beans, all very well.
Can even, well before you start grilling, bake brownies and cakes, as i did. Anything you use an oven for, though if not covered with tin foil, may taste smoky.

LA (Reg. real name changed to Initials by Quik-Fire)

I had been looking for a gas bbq for a while, and finally bought the Quik-fire 2 burner stainless model.
They have been mentioned in the forums recently, locally made in Udon.
They are truly a work of art. Sturdy enough to dance on, and hot as hellfire if you turn them up.
The heat is easily regulated, and the cook area perfectly fits two of those 1/2 sized stainless inserts you see on buffet tables, I'm sure a full-sized one will use the same space. With the double walled top closed, this makes for a nice oven.
I could go on and on, but suffice it to say,
I'm impressed, truly.
I drove to Udon, it just fit in the trunk of my '93 accord. Had to tie down the lid. I'm sure you'd need a pickup to move the 3 burner models.
These babies are welded solid, they don't break down, unscrew, go in a box etc.
These things not only work well, they deserve an industrial design award.
TG
(Reg. real name changed to Initials by Quik-Fire)

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Post by docta » January 10, 2008, 11:23 am

To ALL our OUTBACK Brothers who love their Charcoal Barbecuing.

For those that wish to have something more than a Big Half Cut Barrel for their Charcoal Barbecuing, we at Quik-Fire have and will convert our Gas fired BBQ's to a Charcoal firing system.

We remove the gas firing system, add a second side table, and set up the interior of the BBQ to accommodate Charcoal.

Also, we have just been commissioned by one of our Aussie brothers to construct a large Half Barrel Pig Rotisserie BBQ with heavy duty motor.

So, don't hesitate to give us a shout if you’re wanting a beautiful Charcoal fired BBQ for your home.

Happy New Year to all our Charcoal lovin' Mates...

Docta

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Post by Aardvark » January 10, 2008, 11:35 am

Pig on a spit...Dreweeeeeellll :D

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Post by wizard » January 10, 2008, 2:26 pm

I have seen the photos and they look nice and solid. While the pig is cooking I like to enjoy with good ice cold beer. When the pig and crackling are ready for eating, I switch over to more ice cold beer and maybe a good red.

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Post by docta » January 10, 2008, 2:45 pm

Wizard,
Surrounded by beautiful young Thai gals serving your every need, right :) :)
What a great way to enjoy life...

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Post by docta » January 27, 2008, 9:11 pm

Sawitta working away at our factory on a Quik-Fire, "SS Deluxe".

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Re: Gas BBQ

Post by leterry60614 » June 9, 2019, 3:50 pm

Short DIY brick barbecue Isan style for 740 bahts.

https://youtu.be/LK0KMQep52s

Enjoy !

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