Disadvantages longer to cook, small sizes
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=Wilkinsons Disposable BBQ=
As our family holiday last year, was just starting off as my daughter and myself, we had been to the same site earlier in the year, so didn't really want to sit through the same entertainment, so promised my daughter she could have a BBQ one night, so for quickness we picked up a couple of these dispoable BBQs from Wilkos.
=Cooking=I waited about 10 or 15 minutes for the charcoal to become hot enough to cook on, we had some gammon, which when I looked at the BBQ, I knew they wouldn't fit on, so we cooked 4 burgers, (small size ones), 4 sausages and 4 rashers of bacon, and that was the grill full.=Stayed with it=
Our food tested ok, I noticed that it took longer than on a tradational BBQ, it felt like an eternity, bit it was about 20 minutes, the burgers were fresh from the butcher, so they weren't cooked from frozen.
While it was handy, if you wanted to cook for more than 2 people or a bigger item of meat such as gammon, you would need more than one. I also felt that it could do with some more charcoal in the package.
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