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  1. This is what I use. http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10151_10051_27889_-1
  2. d_rek, you can get same size stainless grate now from Michaels Custom Grill Works.
  3. Look in the background, There is no recipe. It's just tub cookie dough.
  4. I fill a whole chimney with cowboy charcoal and place the grill grate on top of the chimney. Let it get blazing hot and toss the steak on top of the chimney on the grate. You deff get an amazing sear on the whole steak doing it this way. Flipping often. and I also hold it on the fat sides to get them nice and crisp. then toss in some foil to rest with a pat of butter... Oh.....I need steak now
  5. Savannahsmoker - have you had any luck finding anything?
  6. Anyone else grilling today? Can you see my nice dented dome by the handle. And how completely out of round my top dome is.
  7. In my experience under 300 would be less than 1 on top and 1 on bottom. and if you can snuff out your fire, you should be able to control the temp. you just might have a longer learning curve. If 1 and 1 is too hot. try 1/2 1/2 and leave it there and see what your temp is. doesn't matter what it is. just get a base. Then adjust only the top or bottom slightly. wait 20 min. check temp. adjust again. you should be able to dial in a temp and not snuff out your coals.
  8. With shipping its already at $223, considering the sales going on. If it goes for any higher, won't be worth it.
  9. Little Red Kamado Grill Model Number: 6614 | MenardsĀ® SKU: 2591010 Sale Price: $169.00 $200 isn't worth it to most but what about $169??
  10. You should be able to hold the temp to a safe level for 2 hrs easy in a cooler.
  11. First number is hrs cooked with smoke. second is hrs cooked in foil, third is hrs cook without foil.
  12. cooking at 300 shouldn't be an issue. I followed this video and made the best in my life. I loved the turn up. Very happy with it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsbJ2Gq7 ... e=youtu.be
  13. If that is too expensive. Google 19" Chrome Plated Cooking Grate. You can pick one up for about $40. Not sure how much the 1/2 will matter. It might still fit on the tabs.
  14. Here is the email I got back from http://michaelscustomgrillworks.com/ I make everything custom for each customer. A 19 1/2in grate is no problem, do you want it made from 1/4in material or 3/8in? The 1/4in material has 2 options, 1/2in spacing or 1/4in spacing. The 3/8in is 1/2in spacing. For the 1/4 material with 1/2in spacing is $90 For the 1/4in material with 1/4in spacing is $100 and the 3/8in material with 1/2in spacing is $140 plus shipping.. I know it sounds high but these are made with 304L stainless rod and will never rust and they last a lifetime. Thanks, Michael
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