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  1. Hi Guys, Few years back I posted my build on a custom cedar table for my old Char-griller Akorn kamado. I have recently purchased and upgraded to Kamado Joe Classic II and am currently building a new table for it. It is all being made using western red cedar. I will be updating progress periodically. Overall dimensions are as follows: 84" (L) x 36" (W) x 32" (H) Grill will be placed in the middle with 2 lower shelves on each side. Picture of the old grill set up.
  2. Decided I didn't want to bend to cook. Took off to lowes and bought $150 worth of cedar wood and screws. Got the basics from the web and changed the design just a bit to fit my patio. I've never built a table and will never do it again. But 5 hrs later.
  3. Today I tried the BBQBros.net recipe for Asian Style Cedar Plank Pork Tenderloins. I had both my kamados in use. Kamado Joe Jr for Filippina style chicken thighs and Vision ClassicB for cedar plank pork loins. Pork tasted nice but I think it would have been better with rub. But I want to taste recipe by itself. It is one I would do again. My son made the twice baked potatoes. I think I see a Big Joe in my future. Maybe next year.
  4. TrevP

    Cedar BBQ workstation

    Last year we bought a Kamado BBQ and I was never happy with the cheap metal stand it came with so I decided to build a cedar workstation this spring. Did a lot of looking around on the net for ideas and settled on my version of the cypress table that Primo sells. Mine has swivelling casters and an under table slide out charcoal storage bin (the black bins at IKEA are fantastic for this). I'm going to add an electrical outlet to the table so I can plug in my heat gun and also add either a stainless rail for utensil storage or some other kind of attractive hooks for that. I despise seeing screw heads so everything was pocket drilled and glued. Final sealing was Thompsons Water Seal Advanced in Honey Gold. Dimensions are: Table Top: 60" X 38.5" Cart: 48" X 27.5" X 38"
  5. Hey guys, I got this crazy idea yesterday while finishing my cedar bench to compliment my table about completely redoing a new table and giving the old up for sale to someone that would appreciate it here on the forum. I looked, but haven't seen any for sale section where it would be appropriate to list it for sale. It has metal brackets painted where your kamado would just slide into the opening and bolt it up. Also has a large 1" thick slate reccesed in the bottom part of the table Table is roughly 1 year old, made by me at my job where we specializy in cedar products. It is made out of red western cedar and has been stained by sherwin williams stain. It has always been covered outdoors. There is probably about $150 to $200 just in materials not including labor it took (1.5 weeks) I am not even sure what I would ask for it, but it would have to be locally picked up. Table is very solid, the whole construction is built with quality tools, I have a build thread under my name, and there is a regular wear and tear from everyday cooking on it. Here are some pics of it.
  6. Tonight's dinner: Atlantic salmon on a cedar plank with grilled asparagus and flesh fried potatoes. I make these plank out of scrap material at my job, about 1/4" thick, I soak em for at least an hour before grilling. salmon is seasoned with Adobo, dried parsley, fresh ground black pepper, and dash of Hungarian spicy paprika. Potatoes are cooked to tenderness and sauteed.
  7. 12v_dub

    Custom cedar outdoor bench

    It's been a while since I build something out of wood. grill table I built and finish last year still looks great to this date except for a normal wear and tear from cooking on it. I got an idea of building a simple bench to compliment my grill table, to gain extra space for food or plates when needed to just to sit down while grilling. Construction consists of: 4x4 legs 20" tall 2x4 frame 44" long 2x6 planks for the seats Here's a link to my table built http://www.kamadoguru.com/topic/6015-my-akorn-kamado-table-built/#entry56622 Here's an idea what the table is going to look like minus the top being curved
  8. Big_Green_Craig

    Grilled Salmon

    My kids love "Daddy's good fish" and beg for it. Literally. Here;s the run down: I soaked the cedar planks for approx 1 hour and added fresh dill and sliced lemons over my seasoning. Placed the plank directly on the grilling grate of a 450f Egg direct. Once the plank start to pop, add the salmon to the plank. I use the "fork method": stick a fork into the fish and twist. If it flakes, it is done.
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