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Hello folks, Not new to the smoking and grilling game but new to the Kamado. Set up my new Joe last night and had my first cook this morning for Mother’s Day breakfast. The subtle hint of wood and the unbelievable crispy ness of the pancake from the soap stone was something I had never experienced before. The family agreed they were the best they ever had. Looking forward to many more cooks!
I wanted to post this cook as I am noticing a lot of chatter as far as the cast iron is concerned. I absolutely love mine and even though this cook is not in the spectacular category, it really showcases the cast iron and its uses! After watching John's videos on cast iron care when I first picked up my cast, the seasoning process was a snap. This was a simple breakfast for dinner where I grilled the bacon and sausages, awesome by the way, using the cast iron grate, and put one piece of bacon on the griddle to provide a little something for the griddle before the pancakes went on. Not that it was necessary, but man the pancakes I cooked on it did not need anything to keep them from sticking. I was so impressed that I decided to cook some eggs on the griddle to see how they would turn out. Without adding any oil to the griddle, I did the eggs... Can I say that those were some of the best eggs I had ever had? After cooking them on the griddle, I flipped them over to the cast iron grate side and gave them some sear marks along with the finishing cook of the egg. All I can say is Yummy! Cast iron grates and griddles are the way to go! My question now is I wonder how the functionality would be of two cast iron griddles side by side? Because if that is a feasible set up, and functional, then I am all in! Thanks for looking.