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Brekky on the Barbie

Brekky on the Barbie

It’s pretty widely known that Australians like to throw things on the barbie to cook them. But we’ve recently learned another Aussie word: Brekky (sometimes spelled brekkie), which is short for “breakfast.”

Since our campervan came equipped with a cool barbecue….. uhhh… barbie, that slides out from behind a door on the side of the van, we can make brekky on our barbie, which is exactly what we’re going to do today.

In this fun time-lapse, we show you some of the outdoor features of our campervan, and toast our experience Down Under, which has been magnificent so far.


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Russ Iverson

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

Now i'm hungry!, one question?, are there any bugs down under, If I tried that here in NC I would be eaten up trying to do breakfast outside! Jealous...enjoy!

TheRVgeeks

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

There were some bugs up north, but none down here. It's beautiful!

John S.

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

Speed cooking and OJ shaking with gusto. Bet nobody can watch that time-lapse without smiling.

JDLee

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

2 pieces of bacon wow lol ...wish i had tht control lol i cook the whole package everytime , hell i eat 2-3 pieces while coooking the bacon lol

Nikki

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

So fun. Those little campers are so stinking cute and functional. Bring me one home would ya!

TheRVgeeks

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

You do need a little one... to fit on your boat! ;-)

Ed

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

Looks like a wonderful brekkie and the mimosa's were the perfect compliment. One question, isn't that what we call a camp stove? If that's a barbie what do they call the barbeques we use here at home?

TheRVgeeks

Tuesday 19th of April 2016

Every barbecue we've seen down here is what we'd call a "griddle" in the States! LOL

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