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  • Birthday 05/15/1975

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  1. This is why I described it as a "poorly-named cut of meat". They sell it as "London Broil", but that could be any of a number of cuts.
  2. I set the bulk of the charcoal toward the backside of center, and let it get up to 500F. I dropped it on the cast iron directly over that concentration of coals for 5 minutes, gave it a quarter turn for another 5 minutes, then flipped it over for another 10 minutes. Usually, that's all it takes, but this one was thicker than usual, so it took another 10 minutes further toward the front of the grill (sort of indirect). I pulled it at IT=120F, and let it rest for 15 minutes. The middle section was medium, while the ends were closer to well done. That works out great for us because my son and I l
  3. Got the grill good and hot, then cooked a London Broil fast... I know people badmouth these poorly-named cuts of meat, but no one in my family was complaining. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
  4. Strapped around the circumference? Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
  5. I recently purchased a Akorn Kamado, and it had some minor defects I noticed during assembly (bent lip above dome gasket, misaligned latch). Then, after seasoning and my first use, I noticed the bent lip had become discolored, and moisture had somehow entered the thermometer, fogging it up. I hesitated to contacted customer support, but then I thought about the fact that I paid for it brand new, and it should not have any defects. Do these defects affect the performance? Probably not greatly, but I still expect a brand new, undamaged product out of the box. Long story short, they quic
  6. I know this is an old question, but I am looking for a cover for the King-Griller (Akorn Kamado with cart, Model #6250), and no one seems to have them. Any suggestions for alternatives that fit?
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