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    hi PHM just want to share my first post.pakiremove nlng if offtopic
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    bro symbianmike,


    WOW, AYAY YEY, ang sarap naman ng ini ihaw mo, perfect for some ice cold San Mig lite, lol.

    Can you tell us more bro how you came up with that idea and its construction, it seems very interesting and new. Can you educate us on your project, it might inspire others as well, ahhh like me too !


    Thanks bro !!!
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      Nice..saw dust ba ang fuel?

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        Originally posted by rosy View Post
        bro symbianmike,


        WOW, AYAY YEY, ang sarap naman ng ini ihaw mo, perfect for some ice cold San Mig lite, lol.

        Can you tell us more bro how you came up with that idea and its construction, it seems very interesting and new. Can you educate us on your project, it might inspire others as well, ahhh like me too !


        Thanks bro !!!
        Your welcome sir..yung grill pan po is made of superlume sheet,aluminum screen and some blind rivets.the idea of making it came to my mind kc nakakatamad po if sa uling ka pa mag.grill very time consuming kaysa sa grill pan ipapatong mo lang sa apoy pwde din to sa LPG stove.delikado lang f your grilling oily food kc it easily catches fire pero kung outdoor use naman po ok po sya.mahirap po mglagay ng pic kc mobile gamit ko hanggang attachments lang.update ko nalang po if may intresado talaga.yung isa naman po its a ricehull stove ipa lang po ng palay ang panggatong.100% savings if your using LPG and wood for cooking.hndi na po kailangan yan ng blower but i dont think applicable po yan sa inyo sir kc yung availability ng ricehull mahirap.comment nalang po if meron intresado.Have a nice day

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          Sir I'll be waiting for your update about this project.It's very creative and want to make one like this using charcoal.

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            My kids like tasty food, sometimes I can`t but cook something really delicious for them, one of our favourite things is tortilla breakfast, I just don`t quite know if it`s an Italian thing or not, does anyone know where the stuff originates from? I simply like various interesting facts about food so to say...Well, I think that it`d be quite interesting to make anything italian of a more complicated sort, do you have any ideas guys?

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              Originally posted by Jagert View Post
              My kids like tasty food, sometimes I can`t but cook something really delicious for them, one of our favourite things is tortilla breakfast, I just don`t quite know if it`s an Italian thing or not, does anyone know where the stuff originates from? I simply like various interesting facts about food so to say...Well, I think that it`d be quite interesting to make anything italian of a more complicated sort, do you have any ideas guys?
              Tortillas are from Mexico, if I am not mistaken. Tortilla wraps are made from corn. Asian variants exist like Pita bread.

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                Found an interesting article about grills here - http://bord-eaux.com/how-to-choose-t...-grill-smoker/ . To choose the best grill for the house, working from electric, you need to pay attention to the body. Devices made of plastic or thin stainless steel have a small cost and light weight, but they are short-lived. Grill which made of thick stainless steel has a high price and great weight, but its main advantage is reliability and a long operating period.

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