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Surly Viking

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Minnesota
  • Interests
    Grilling/Smoking food. Eating food.
    NFL Football. Weber Kamado.
  • Grill
    Other Kamado
  1. I think it just did not cook long enough. Still makes for good sandwiches. I leave it on the kamado until internal temp is 203, then let it rest for at least an hour, covered. Usually ends up being a 12 hour cook time pending the size of the Pork Butt.
  2. Welcome! I am fairly new here myself, and just got my first Kamado. I joined awhile ago to read and learn about kamado style cookers and also get some good recipes. Lots of helpful people around here.
  3. Had it for one week, and used it three times. I have a call into Weber, since it does wobble more than I would like. For $700 more I would suggest getting the one on the cart, even though it looks like the second gen cart is also cheaper. I will say, the E6 kamado cooks really, really well. December in MN. 23-35 degrees. Cooked Pork Butt yesterday. 12.5 hours at 230-240. I let it run for another three and a half hours at 230 just to see if it could. It can. 16 hours, and I could have let it keep going. I just to not like the instability of the cheap
  4. I can agree with this. I still need to drop another 20 pounds. When I quit booze completely, the weight drops off easy with keto.
  5. Just ordered the base model. Have no idea when it will ship. This was more "Shut up and take my money" I have wanted one of these for a while
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