Firing Up The New Hibachi

  • Fired up the Hibachi for the first time.


    Jumbuck 7 burner with hood. Baby Weber kettle. 52" Kettle. Weber Go Anywhere. 5' SS Spit rotisserie. Offset smoker. Akorn Kamado. :) ASMOKE AS500N. Hibachi.:bbq:

  • Fired up the Hibachi for the first time.

    Did you buy 2 of them?


    Is that squid? How did that go?



    Traeger - Weber Family Q - Ziggy Twin Burner - Charcoal Grill - Akorn Kamado - Hark Tri Fire - Jumbuck Pizza Oven - Go Anywhere - Asmoke Pellet Grill - Hibachi Grill - Anova Sous Vide x 2

  • Did you buy 2 of them?


    Is that squid? How did that go?

    Yeah. I got an extra one for my SIL and Daughter from Santa.


    We had Squid, Pork belly, Chicken, Wagyu Sirloin, Prawns and some veg. Delicious and very happy cooking on this thing.

    I pre seasoned the grill grate in the oven the day before so I had no sticking.

    Jumbuck 7 burner with hood. Baby Weber kettle. 52" Kettle. Weber Go Anywhere. 5' SS Spit rotisserie. Offset smoker. Akorn Kamado. :) ASMOKE AS500N. Hibachi.:bbq:

    • Official Post

    Great looking feast and worthy of it's own thread so I've moved it here.


    I'm interested in the seasoning method Captain , it sounds like it worked well and it's the one thing I don't like about using mine, with food sticking to that grill.

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  • Gumb

    Changed the title of the thread from “Hibachi Dinner” to “Firing Up The New Hibachi”.
  • Thanks Gumb.

    All I did was place it in the oven at 150c till hot then spray with veg oil. I did this a couple of times then upped the temp to 250c, spray again when really hot then let cool.

    Jumbuck 7 burner with hood. Baby Weber kettle. 52" Kettle. Weber Go Anywhere. 5' SS Spit rotisserie. Offset smoker. Akorn Kamado. :) ASMOKE AS500N. Hibachi.:bbq:

  • They're awesome fun.


    For the forum elders I bought mine from Smoke King BBQs.


    The Japanese like to use Binchotan charcoal.


    Before you rush out and buy some it can be very expensive. eg. Tosa Binchotan - white charcoal 2 kg cost $60.

  • Hibachi cook up for my son's B'Day. Had some beef rib Bulgogi, some pork belly, Wagyu beef strips, chicken and some veg. Yum.


    Dropped into Bunnings for some fuel and found this box. $39.00 Expensive but it did perform very well.


    Jumbuck 7 burner with hood. Baby Weber kettle. 52" Kettle. Weber Go Anywhere. 5' SS Spit rotisserie. Offset smoker. Akorn Kamado. :) ASMOKE AS500N. Hibachi.:bbq:

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