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Herman Munster

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    Langley British Columbia Canada
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    Fishing ,working on cars,Playing music, Cooking,BBqing
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  1. No it's a full size kamado 23 or 24" but these are Side ribs (I like more meat than bones LOL) I like beef ribs too. Herman
  2. Beef Ribs are one of my favorite things to cook on my kamado . About 3 hours 250-275 and the meat is about 210 deg. Perfect. Herman
  3. yup I like that attitude . Herman
  4. Try a Cast Iron frying pan works excellent . Herman
  5. Ya this the way to go .I did the same thing but mine is a little deeper. Herman
  6. Stones are crap . Unless your making pizza. Herman
  7. Wow dark Ribs Eh ? Black and sooty (make sure your lump is ashed over) before you throw your ribs on 250-275 works great. Herman
  8. I went with the pizza stone (same thing happened to me it cracked ) Then I tried a piece of steel (it was solid not porous and did start to rust I ground away the rust and continued to use that for a while) Then I went and got myself a 16" cast iron frying pan and that has worked great. Herman
  9. You must be doing direct heat cooking to burn those up. I never use my unit without a heat deflector. Herman
  10. I sealed mine closed with high heat silicone. No need for that electric starter port. Herman
  11. I went with the pizza stone (same thing happened to me it cracked ) Then I tried a piece of steel (it was solid not porous and did start to rust I ground away the rust and continued to use that for a while) Then I went and got myself a 16" cast iron frying pan and that has worked great. Herman
  12. Sorry to get away from the topic but what are you cooking in those pans ? Herman
  13. Throw the electric starter away LOL. Herman
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