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Using The Grill

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Most of the grills on smaller two burner boat cookers tend to be a little erratic I have found, you can normally squeeze in two slices of bread under the grill, this can seem to take an age to toast, you turn your back for just a second and the whole lot has turned to charcoal. 

At the end of the day you’re on a boat so the chances of a full sized oven and grill are likely less. 😊



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yes there seems to be a point about 3 nanoseconds where at one end its white and pasty and the other its black and charcoal, if you hit it just right you can get a slice that ends up white down one half and black down the other.:default_biggrin:

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Agree never used WRs grill for toast just a waste of time.  Best to buy those part cooked rolls and put in oven!

WRs oven and hob could cook roast pork and all the trimmings for up to 8 people but the best use of the grill SPACE is to heat plates!!!

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