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Tom Gordon

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Australia
  • Interests
    Learning Kamado grilling, smoking, baking and anything else it can do.
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe
  1. Good point, we would cook for about 15 (as a party), but more regularly about 4-6. I'd be keen to hear your thoughts on how much can actually be cooked on the systems. Also, how much would you want to cook/manage at the same time? As a new griller, naturally I won't be too ambitious at first, but I intend on having the grill for a long time and will expand.
  2. Thanks for the welcome! I have only just started reading the threads and already I have found a lot of helpful stories, facts, fixes etc. I'm looking forward to adding some experiences of my own in good time.
  3. Thanks for the recommendation, I haven't seen the Big Joe III or Classic III in person yet, but I will definitely check them out.
  4. I've read a lot about the pitfalls and the learning curve and I'm looking forward to the challenge. Hopefully, there is more trial than error, but it's a process so I am thinking of sharing my mistakes/successes as I come across them. I've enjoyed reading other people's stories.
  5. Thanks for this, it looks like it has lots of great tips and guidance.
  6. Hi everyone, I am just about ready to call the research done and buy my first Kamado grill (so much YouTube and reading about options). I am keen to read this forum about what I'm looking at (a BGE Large, KJ Classic II or III or the Big Joe II). I saw that people on here love the sloroller tech and charcoal basket on the Classic III, so I'm thinking that is the way to go. I found the thread talking about this, so just a few more hours of reading and I'll be good to buy. I've cooked a lot on propane BBQs and cannot wait to get into the charcoal Kamado-style!
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