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Scott Roberts

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About Scott Roberts

  • Birthday 05/19/1968

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  • Location:
    Hudson Valley NY
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    All things BBQ and Baking, reading, camping, etc.
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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  1. GrillTerrain Kamado Kart takes your Kong, or nearly any kamado style grill, and prepares it to tackle backyards, trailer ramps, gravel, sand, snow and anything else you can push or pull it over! No longer is your kamado reserved for the patio, now you can safely move that heifer of a grill anywhere you choose! As tough as it gets Just like everything else we come out with, this cart is made to stand the test of time and take a serious beating. With its heavy duty 14-gauge steel frame, all-terrain legs, an extra wide base, and eight inch solid rubber wheels you can easily maneuver your heavy ceramic grill where you never could before. Upgrade almost ANY egg-style grill The All-Terrain Kart was designed with our Kong in mind, but also holds most egg shaped grills. Meaning you can upgrade your stock nest and finally feel confident moving your grill around. We’ve included some grills we know fit the cart, if you don’t see yours on the list, follow the instructions below to make some measurements and find out! Big Green Egg - Mini, Small, Medium and Large Kamado Joe - Big Joe 2, Classic 1, 2 & 3 Primo Kamado All-In-One, Oval JR 200 Lonestar Chef K24B, K22B, K15C, K15B Vision B & M series Pitboss K24 & K22 Louisiana K 24, 22, 18, 13 To make sure your grill will fit, we just need to take a couple measurements. From the bottom edge of your grill, measure directly upward 5 7/8” and mark the line with a piece of tape. Now, measure the circumference of your grill from this mark. If the circumference is smaller than 70 5/8” than your grill will fit! As we said earlier, the Grilla Grills All-Terrain Kamado Kart is built rock solid and designed for anywhere you may take it. The frame boasts numerous mounting and bungee ports, allowing for secure transportation and tie-down of all your equipment. The pull handle allows you to easily move it across sidewalks and trailer edges. In addition, you can use the removable brackets on the side to store all your side tables, diffusers, and cooking racks. Bring your kamado to the party, and move it with confidence with the Grilla Grills All Terrain Kamado Kart.
  2. Yeah a Super Car without the Super Price! Scott
  3. Emile Henry make great ceramic everything-lol had a 14 pizza stone of theirs but drop it and crack it in to many pieces. Scott
  4. Kick Ash Basket Stainless Steel Charcoal Ash Basket Ring — for Weber Grill Grates (22 in) they make one for the 18 in too! The charcoal grate from the kettle is used with basket. Scott
  5. Congrats on Classic Joe III, and Welcome to the Guru! Scott
  6. They say it's double walled so it should be good in the winter!? Scott
  7. Solo stove the company that makes the smokeless firepits has made a 22in grill. Scott SoloStoveGrill1.webp
  8. That looks great! I have the 19" Outpost by breeo. Scott
  9. Welcome London someone here has that grill or the brands that are similar to it. Ask those questions here also that way you have a better chance of getting a response. Also go the pit boss kamado section because that grill is the same as the one you have. Scott
  10. Looks to be a Mother and her almost grown cubs, I have seen in recent years that the Jaguar is making a comeback to Arizona! Scott
  11. Never had shoulder only leg and chops, need to try the shoulder. I love lamb but I'm the only one in the family that eats it on a regular. By the way yours looked great. Scott
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