Barbeques Galore has been in the barbeque business longer than anyone in Australia - over 35 years to be exact. Naturally, over that time, we've gained invaluable knowledge on all things to do with Australia's great barbeque tradition. In fact, we've made it our mission to learn as much as we can about barbequing and outdoor entertaining.
Everything you'll see in a Barbeques Galore brochure, catalogue or inside a Barbeques Galore store is a culmination of the years of learning and hard work. So no matter how you barbeque, if you're looking for guidance, see the people who know more about barbeques and outdoor entertaining than anyone else in Australia - us.
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The technical term for charcoal is a ‘porous black residue, consisting of carbon and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and other constituents from vegetation substances’.
There are 3 types of charcoal:
BBQ Briquettes: Made from a blend of char and charcoal
Charcoal Briquettes: Made by compressing charcoal, typically from sawdust and other wood products
Lump Charcoal: Made directly from hardwood material and is the most premium charcoal offer in the market due to its natural and additive free source.
Why use charcoal?
Using charcoal as a fuel source offers an ‘indirect cooking system’ which is designed to cook larger or tougher foods that would burn if they were grilled directly. The food is placed next to, not directly over the heat, which allows for a slower more even and flavoursome cook.
The Gem Visa card gives you access to promotional offers such as interest free at participating Finance retailers. Where an interest free period applies, no interest is payable on the amount of the purchase during the interest free period. Pay the balance in full before the interest free period ends and you won't pay any interest at all on the purchase.
With a Gem Visa Card you can shop interest free at any of our participating nationwide network of Retail Partners.
The Gem Visa Card gives you the ability to redraw on your account as you pay it back. You can now make purchases online, over the phone and worldwide wherever VISA is accepted and get 6 months interest free on card purchases of $250 or more.* In addition you get up to 55 days interest free on all card purchases under $250.*
To activate your card, call Latitude Financial Services on 1300 630 977 when you receive it.
*Interest applies if you do not comply with the terms and conditions. To take advantage of up to 55 days Interest Free on everyday credit card purchases, you must pay the full balance of the account (excluding unexpired Interest Free promotional plans) both for the statement before the purchases were made, and for the statement on which the purchases are listed.
Latitude Financial Services offer convenient ways to pay – Direct Debit, through the online service centre and BPAY® – whichever suits you best.
With BPAY your card number can be used as the reference number, we recommend that you update this to the account number when your statement has been received.
Please note payments can take 3-5 business days to clear.
Latitude Financial Services is a leading consumer finance provider in Australia and New Zealand.
While Latitude may be a new name in the consumer finance market, they have been providing Australians and New Zealanders with sales finance, credit cards, personal loans and consumer credit insurance since 1995. Their 2,200 staff serve more than 2.5 million customers, and their products are firmly established in Aussie and Kiwi homes.
Their long-standing relationships with some of the region’s most iconic and successful retailers are key to their success. They understand the value of strong partnerships and are always looking for new ways to empower people, partners and customers with the choices and support their customers need to pursue their goals. So whether their customers are renovating homes, organising a holiday, consolidating debts, looking for an everyday credit card, or want insurance peace of mind, Latitude Financial Services have innovative finance options to meet your needs.
Smokers aren’t like the traditional BBQs you’re used to. Instead of putting your food directly onto the grill over direct heat to cook for a short amount of time, smokers use low and slow heat combined with smoke and moisture to infuse food with a smoky flavour when cooking. The trick is to smoke at a low temperature for a long time. The minimum should be two hours of smoking at 100-120 degrees to infuse that smoky flavour into your meats. Of course, cooking times will vary depending on the cut and size of meat so our tip is to use a meat thermometer to make sure it’s cooked through. Check out our recipe for pulled lamb shoulder here. Check out our guide to our range of BBQ smokers here.
It’s important to note that our products are designed to be used for hot smoking only.
Hot smoking refers to a cooking technique that uses both heat and smoke to cook your food. Most popular items to smoke are ribs, brisket, lamb and chicken. Since the meat is served immediately, proteins being hot smoked don't require curing.
Cold smoking refers to a method of preserving meat to extend its shelf-life without exposing it to heat, usually at temperatures below 30C. We recommend cold smoking be performed by trained professionals in accordance with food safety standards.
There are basically 3 choices; Charcoal, Gas and Electric. Watch our video guide to our range of low 'n' slow BBQ smokers here.
Charcoal smokers: Unbeatable for smoky flavour but harder to master for first time smokers as the temp is a lot harder to regulate than gas or electric.
Electric smokers: Simple and easy to use. Plug in, set the temperature and walk away. The smoky flavour may not be as authentic as a wood smoker.
Gas smokers: Like an electric smoker, the temperature is easy to regulate. Powered by LP Gas, you’ll have to check your tank to make sure you don’t run out of gas half way through a long smoking session.
OR – Simply buy a smoker box and wood chips and convert your existing BBQ into a smoker!
Fill the smoker box with wood chips and place directly onto the grill with the burner turned on low. Food is placed on the opposite end of the BBQ with the burner directly under the dish turned off.
There are several smoker styles available: Vertical (cabinet and bullet), offset, Kamado, kettle
Vertical BBQ Smoker (Bullet): Charcoal. Low cost and easy to use, vertical smokers are great for first timers. (Pro Q Fontier/Gasmate $99)
Vertical BBQ Smoker (Cabinet): Usually gas or electric. Square cabinet-like design with drawers for easy access to the water tray and wood chip box (Bradley/Arrosto).
Offset Smoker: This charcoal smoker has a dedicated firebox offset to the side of the main cooking grill. Heat and smoke are generated in the firebox and pass through the main chamber and out through a ‘chimney’. This style has much more cooking space than box or vertical models. Check out our Texas BBQ Smoker here.
Reverse Flow Horizontal Smoker:
Kamado Joe Ceramic Smoker:
Ceramic smokers are the true "jack of all trade" barbeque. These smokers can be used as grills, high-temperature ovens, or low and slow smokers. Their thick ceramic walls retain heat better than any other type of smoker while using very little charcoal. Ceramic smokers are easy to use, have better insulation and use less fuel. Browse the Kamado Joe range here.
So you’ve got your smoker and you’re ready to smoke. Here’s a handy cheat sheet to make sure you pick the right wood chips, chunks or pellets for the perfect flavour every time!
IMPORTANT NOTE: SOME WOODS AREN’T SUITABLE FOR SMOKING AND COULD BE POTENTIALLY POISONOUS: PINE, FIR, SPRUCE, REDWOOD, CEDAR, CYPRESS, ELM, EUCALYPTUS, SASSAFRAS, SYCAMORE and LIQUID AMBER SHOULD NEVER BE USED!