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thegratefulgriller

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About thegratefulgriller

  • Birthday 10/13/1971

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  • Gender
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  • Location:
    Canada
  • Interests
    kamado, travel, music, art, cycling, skiing, F1, Moto GP, fire, wine, fashion, film.........

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  1. another Canuk!!!!!! awesomeness! welcome amigo!
  2. Hey Scotty G! Welcome aboard man! We're practically neighbours as I'm north of Ottawa in the Gat hills! Good to hear you are now feeding kamado fires of your own!
  3. Hey Grillers, I just found this wickedly cool BBQ Bible made by a company in Brazil. Only a few of them were made for master Barbecue chefs and a simpler version will be available in Brazilian stores only. There's a link to the video on my blog http://www.gratefulgriller.com/2014/05/08/the-bbq-bible-is-here/ I am soooo hoping they make this available outside Brazil! Feed your fires! G
  4. Hey keeperovdeflame! Awesome digestive on its own or in coffee, 50-60 proof if good stuff and although I've never done anything with it from a marination point of view it will most likely be superb with that chicken recipe. If you have a proper marinator even better, so the liquor gets right into the fibre of the meat. I'd marinate for at least 24 hours. Please shout out how it goes as I'd be curious to know. Feed your fires!
  5. grammar and spelling has never meant nearly as much to me as pure passion for what it is I do! Thanks packer01 and keep feeding yer fires man!
  6. NICCCCCCCCE! keep feeding those fires brother!
  7. Hey Ski-Freak! You sound satisfied to say the least and great news that the product is meeting your needs! It truly is a great lifestyle isn't it? Keep feeding your fires!
  8. Hey KamadoCobra!Right you are. Due to toxins and chemical agents absorbing into the porous ceramic walls they've never been supported. The product I tested is called Fuel21 out of the USA and is completely organic and non toxic so there's nothing to absorb. It's a clean flame, odourless and most importantly is made from sustainable sugarcane. G I like this idea but you sound like a sales rep. Hey Marty!Cheers man for chiming in! I'm certainly affiliated with Fuel21 through my own cooking concept as you can clearly read on my site. More importantly though, I'm happy to hear you like the idea. If you do come across the product, please let me know what you think. Feed your fires man!
  9. Hey KamadoCobra! Right you are. Due to toxins and chemical agents absorbing into the porous ceramic walls they've never been supported. The product I tested is called Fuel21 out of the USA and is completely organic and non toxic so there's nothing to absorb. It's a clean flame, odourless and most importantly is made from sustainable sugarcane. G
  10. Hey karacooks! you and I would get along just fine by the looks of things with recipes like this one! Hey btw, have you used the firewire skewers by chance? awesome product for kamado cooking use! keep feeding your fires!
  11. Hey Al! Wow! That is a gap and a half indeed. If you do in fact take it back and decide not to get another Vision you should check out the recent promo offer from Primo on free accessories with their oval cookers. I just posted an article on my blog yesterday. If you're looking at KJ, they just recently confirmed that all warranties parts will be shipping free anywhere in North America. Their Classic and Big Joe models are flying here in Canada and beyond from what I hear. Good luck on the next purchase! G
  12. Hello kamado friends! I want to inform people on the forum about an awesome product that I discovered a year ago here in Canada as I was researching gel based fire starters. Some of you probably know, there's been debate on using this kind of product to light your cooker but I can confidently report that after testing this sugarcane based fire starting gel, it works really well. ( even in my kamado cookers!!!) Zero toxins, zero chemical agents, zero petroleum, odourless and can be used inside or out to light everything from wood stoves, pellet stoves, charcoal Bbq's etc. Would love to hear people's view points and feed back on fire gels. Feed your fires! The Grateful Griller
  13. Hello grilling friends! I thought I would throw it out there that Primo's new site went live in the last 24 hours and there's a great promo offer valid between May6-12/14 that you must check out if you are in fact interested in this cooker and brand! I just published an article moments ago and feel free to come on over to the blog and say hello if you wish! Feed your fires friends and a wishing everyone a great weekend! http://www.gratefulgriller.com/2014/05/02/primo-unveils-new-website-and-takes-a-bold-position-in-the-kamado-category/
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