Tag: grill

How to fit a handle on a universal grill pan

This, is a universal grill pan. They come in three different sizes but they all have one thing in common; the handle. I’m going to show you how to fit it. First, you put this clip on, with the raised side facing outwards and now, you slide the handle on. There’s this gap to the […]

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How to Replace the Grill Element on a Rangemaster Cooker

Hi i’m Mat from eSpares In this video i’ll show you how to replace a grill element on a Rangemaster cooker. If your grill element fails to come on, does not heat up or is damaged like the one on this cooker then you’ll need to replace it. Safety first always disconnect an appliance before […]

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How to replace a dual cooker element in an electric cooker

Hi I’m Helen from eSpares. in this video I’m going to show you how to replace dual upper element in a cooker Now I’m using an Indesit freestanding cooker. But the process will be very similar for any model that uses a dual element So what is a dual element well in most fan assisted […]

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How to build a Parabolic Solar Cooker using a Satellite Dish

Hi everybody and welcome to another video episode of Bernardo’s Tech Blog. Today I’m starting what should be an interesting project of turning this satellite dish into a parabolic solar cooker. In this video I’ll be concentrating on showing you the conversion process and then in later videos I’ll be showing you some of the […]

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Revealing My PORCHETTA Ultimate Recipe | Guga Foods

Welcome back to Guga Foods everybody. I want to thank the National Pork Board for sponsoring this video. Today I’m making an amazing porchetta. Check it out! Yes it is crunchy, fatty, flavorful and a very memorable dish. If you’ve never had it this video will change your mind to make sure you make one. […]

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How to Use a Charcoal Grill | The Home Depot

One of the keys to getting great results on a charcoal grill is to properly arrange the lit coals. When spreading the charcoal, remember that the thinner the layer of coals the less heat they’ll provide and for less time. A thick and condensed layer will burn hotter and last longer. To cook with direct […]

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