Archive for the ‘BBQs’ Category

Appliances Online’s guide to the perfect Aussie Summer

December 21st, 2016 by

The kids are home from school, the temperature’s reaching the mid-20s before 9 am, and the freezer is filled with BBQ meat and ice blocks, that could only mean one thing! Summer is here in all its glory. [caption id="attachment_35295" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Image courtesy of pat138241 at FreeDigitalPhotos.net[/caption] We here at Appliances Online have teamed up with a few of our summer favourite brands to bring you, The Appliances Online ... Read more

Christmas shortcuts that will leave your guests thinking you’ve been planning this for months!

December 23rd, 2015 by

Christmas is next month, I repeat, next month! And if you’re anything like me, you’ve left everything to last minute. The shopping, the cleaning, the cooking! Oh no, so much to do with only moments to spare, if that. And though we would prefer to be lounging poolside on a tropical island, while bartenders grace us with fruity cocktails and refreshing coconuts... ...a lot of us are stuck ... Read more

Weber Q not hot enough? Try natural convection!

October 12th, 2015 by

Our customers have a lot of great things to say about Weber Qs. These portable appliances are ideal for convenient outdoor cooking, whether in the backyard, out and about, or on the road. That said, some customers have found themselves frustrated when cooking on a Weber Q. One common complaint is that the Weber Q doesn’t get hot enough to provide satisfactory grilling. But there is a simple ... Read more

Barbeque more than just meat patties and sausages this summer – Unexpected things you can grill on your BBQ

October 1st, 2015 by

Summer is near, and in Australia that usually means beaches, barbeques and family outings to water parks. So I thought it would be a smart idea to write a list of the unexpected things you can grill or cook on your BBQ. There are many different types, sizes and ranges of BBQs you can purchase these days, and Appliances Online have made it easier for Aussies to ... Read more

BBQ buying guide

September 16th, 2015 by

Spring is back, and summer is just a few months away. Barbeque season is upon us once again! Beefeater BBQ 30060 Before you buy a new barbeque to take advantage of the sunny weather, take a look through our BBQ buying guide and get the lowdown on what to look for: Where do you plan to do your barbequing? In the backyard Pretty much any barbeque should be just fine, provided ... Read more

Steak Béarnaise – a classic BBQ recipe with a French twist

August 12th, 2015 by

Sometimes a certain craving comes over any barbecue lover, and that’s the craving for a good steak. Nothing can quite come close to the classic staple, but this recipe with a French twist will not only hit the spot, but add a little extra oomph to your delicious sirloin, or mouthwatering porterhouse. Also, keep this part a secret to anyone you serve it to, but the trick ... Read more

Choose the right cooking appliances with the help of our videos

August 6th, 2015 by

Whether you’re looking at new ovens, cooktops, or barbeques, you don’t want to make mistakes when it comes to buying cooking appliances – replacing them can be time-consuming and costly! Luckily, Appliances Online is here to help. Check out our collection of videos answering some of our most frequently asked cooking appliance questions: What are all the different types of ovens and which one is right for me?   ... Read more

Five exciting recipes for Australia Day – go beyond the barbeque!

January 19th, 2015 by

Planning a barbeque this Australia Day? What if I told you that it’s been done before? Sure, it’s a tradition, but taking the same old snags, steaks and onions and grilling the lot until they’re charred to a uniform brown is, well, a bit dull. Where’s the entrepreneurial Aussie spirit? Here are five exciting recipes for the barbeque and beyond this Australia Day, courtesy of the Appliances Online ... Read more

Introducing the world’s first wall-mount barbeque

October 14th, 2013 by

One of the many problems we face in our increasingly urbanised society is a lack of living space, which has made a significant impact on the traditional Aussie barbeque - a true cultural touchstone. It's not uncommon for a barbeque grill to sit idle and unused for six months or more of the year, which is not a practical option if there's not much room available on ... Read more

Try a Weber for the perfect roast … plus more essential BBQ tips!

September 25th, 2013 by

Okay guys – a couple of great reasons to talk about BBQs right here. Firstly, we’ve just launched an awesome new BBQ brand at Appliances Online: Weber. These guys are to the art of barbecuing what Rembrandt is to painting pretty pictures. It's in the ol' DNA. Secondly, thanks to global warming, Summer is here ahead of schedule – which means it’s time to grab the tongs, invest ... Read more

A look at Sirius Appliances – quality Italian rangehoods

April 11th, 2013 by

What is Sirius? No, I'm not referring to Harry Potter’s godfather.  Nor do I mean a prominent star in the night sky, or a manufacturer of paranoid androids. Sirius Appliances is a dedicated boutique specialist manufacturer of top-quality Italian rangehoods.  Since 1996 Sirius has been designing products that keep your kitchen clean and looking great, thanks to efficient extraction and careful manufacturing. Why buy Sirius? Award-winning Italian design As seen in ... Read more

Weird BBQ recipes this Australia Day long weekend

January 25th, 2013 by

I’m pretty confident in guessing that a significant percentage of Australians will be attending or hosting a barbeque this Australia Day long weekend. If you’re stuck for barbeque recipe ideas, or need some advice for getting the best results from your barbeque, you may want to check out Best Home Chef, where some of Australia’s most dedicated home cooks have been pooling their talents and comparing notes.  ... Read more

Tips for hosting a better barbeque this summer

October 18th, 2012 by

While Australians are willing to barbeque at any given time of year, the warmer summer months tend to be the traditional season to head outside and dust off the old grill. With these months fast approaching, we thought it high time to look at how to host a barbeque, whether you’re firing up a gigantic six-burner in the backyard, or just getting out on the patio and ... Read more

BeefEater set to sizzle this summer

October 10th, 2012 by

The weather is warming up and Daylight Savings has just kicked off (for the majority of Australia at least), which means that the countdown to summer is officially on! While typical preparations for the season include pulling out the beach towels from the back of the cupboard and dusting off the fans and air conditioners around the house, the rising temperatures and long nights also means that ... Read more

Don’t think Dads and appliances mix? Think again!

August 17th, 2012 by

With Father's Day fast-approaching, the temptation to buy Dad a typical gift of ties, socks or gift voucher will be running high. While the celebratory day for our Mums might automatically make you think of giving her a new appliance, is there anything stopping you from making a similar purchase for Dad? With that in mind, here are our top three reasons to buy Dad an appliance this ... Read more