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PigKahuna

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About PigKahuna

  • Birthday 10/12/1980

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  • Location:
    New Brunswick Canada
  • Interests
    BBQ, Homebrewing and GREAT food
  1. PigKahuna

    GrillGrates Group Buy Possibility?

    I would be interested in this as well
  2. PigKahuna

    wood finish products - help -

    Sikkens Cetol 1 - its oil based and really penetrates well. I am just finishing my table build and using this stuff to protect and seal the red cedar I used.
  3. Well for what its worth I would pay 17 for it Vs The royal oak blue for 15. Those are the only 2 charcoals available here other than BGE and KJ which are 32 and 29 a bag....too rich for this guy.
  4. Thats pretty much all I use. Its $12 a bag here. My only complaint is that you get the odd bag that is all really small pieces. Not the end of the world but worth noting
  5. PigKahuna

    Hello All from New Brunswick

    Well I wasnt a favorite here for a while when I showed up with the costco grill but hey....its cheaper than other habits! I am actually registering a business name today and am going to be a dealer for some of my fav products that we cannot get easily in canada, well not in my area anyways. maybe make enuff to get some free bbq meats and promote the habit...i mean hobby
  6. PigKahuna

    Hello All from New Brunswick

    MAn I didn't know my wife was on here. lol not really a collector but when you have a low and slow on the go, what do you cook burgers on? Ya gotta have 2!
  7. PigKahuna

    Hello All from New Brunswick

    DerHusker - I own a KJ classic and a Costco Vision. I am in talks with the only Primo dealer in area about a deal on an Oval XL. They dont really know anything bout Kamados so I am offering some demo days at the business and a set up service to new customers for a discount on the XL...
  8. PigKahuna

    Halibit

    Halibut Is a regular around here. I agree with the high heat no matter that way you cook it. Oven, grill I use 425ish. I usually "boat" it in foil to prevent any sticking and so i can fire some butter on there at the end
  9. PigKahuna

    Buying an auber tonight! help please

    I have an Auber it works ok but takes a long time to settle I find. What are the constants that you guy are referring too? I did a search and couldnt find them. Thanks
  10. PigKahuna

    Donair Pizza

    Being from the east coast of Canada where donairs are a staple. The link for the sauce is bang on! but the meat is off. Check this link, much better IMO and its good with some ground lamb in the mix as well http://allrecipes.com/recipe/dashs-donair/
  11. PigKahuna

    Napoli Style Pizza Dough

    Great crispy thin crust recipe..not original but cant recall where I got it Starter: 1 package (2½ teaspoons) active dry yeast or more if you like it yeasty 1 cup lukewarm water 1 teaspoon sugar 1 tablespoon flour Dough: 1 starter (recipe above) 4½ cups flour - high gluten works great 1 cup (approx.) lukewarm water 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon salt In a large bowl combine all starter ingredients. Whisk well. Cover with a cloth and let sit 15 minutes. Starter mixture should look foamy. If it does not look foamy, get new yeast To make the dough, add 4 cups of flour (setting aside the half a cup for dusting later), 1 cup of warm water, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, and the 1 tablespoon of salt into the bowl with the starter mixture. Mix well in a mixer with a dough hook for 5 to 6 minutes. Divide the dough into 4 quarters and shape into slightly round disks for ten inch pizzas. For larger pizzas divide into three pieces. Lightly flour four 8-inch Tupperware type containers and put one ball of dough in each one. Put the lid on and let dough rise 2 hours OR place in fridge overnight and let the flavors develop more. Enjoy
  12. PigKahuna

    How to use your pizza stone

    I use to use cornmeal as ball bearings to make it slide off it worked ok but then you end up with crunchy bits. I like it but most friends and family don't. The Parchment paper is the way to go. I also 2nd or 3rd the 500 deg thing only cause it is forgiving.
  13. PigKahuna

    The Grill Barrow?

    I should note it would have 90 deg fittings and not the nice bends. I do not have access to a pipe bender
  14. PigKahuna

    The Grill Barrow?

    This thing is awesome. I am with the comments on the Msrp is way out of my budget. I tried to guesstimate the dimensions from the pictures. Looks to me that around 300 would build a suitable cart much less if you have a scrap yard that carries pipe, which I do not.
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