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Date Posted: 09:39:31 01/09/02 Wed
Author: Gerry
Author Host/IP: usr02148.computan.on.ca / 209.5.86.148
Subject: Weber Tech help

Just b 4 xmas I bot a Weber one touch Gold charcoal grill. In their User guide they had a few recipes and referred to a measurement as "cl" I cudnt find what it meant in any of my cook books so send a message to their site askin for help. The followin is a responce from them that I thought was damn gud of them.

Dear Gerry,

Your email has been forwarded to the Weber Grill Line where Certified Barbecue Experts are available to offer cooking assistance.

Several years ago Weber converted some recipes to be included with grills sold overseas to metric measurements. Unfortunately, they used some terms that were not very common, including the centiliter term. A centiliter is 1/100th of a liter or 10 ml. There are 250 ml or 25 cl in 1 cup. I hope this helps. And I apologize for the confusion.


Weber's Certified Barbecue Experts are available year round via email.

-----Original Message-----
From: letford [mailto:letford@computan.on.ca]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 2:05 PM
To: Estrem, David
Subject: Re: Weber response


Dear Sir
Thank you for your reply re ceti-litres. I have checked many different
cook
books and have not found any reference to that measurement and have
asked
numerous people but have had no sucess.
Perhaps you would give me a base of ceti-litres to cups to refer
to.
Thanking you
Gerry Letford



the tech e-mail address is
Weber Grill Line
E-mail Address(es):
grillout@weber.com

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