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Hey all. Living in Scotland and well getting the ole Kamado (Early model Pit Boss K24) going and was looking for a cheap divide and conquer setup. Getting compatible bits for a non-KJ grill is a bit tricky in the UK and the price is bat sh!t crazy but I came across the brand Onlyfire but not the one listed for a Kamado as it seems they carry a premium price due to Kamado branding. Looking at many of the kettle grill versions there was only a 1/2" difference in size I can't believe that a factory would run off different models in 1/2 sizes not exactly a pair of shoes. Anyway, the "Onlyfire
Until I get my grill shack built with a roof, I wanted a way to keep rain and snow out of my Louisiana grills 24 inch kamado top vent. Smokeware doesn't and won't make their version to fit. I do have one of the smokeware ones for my large grill dome and love it. I have searched extensively for a solution and found a possible solution. I got a 9 inch galvanized stove pipe cap for reasonable price that only requires the kamado gasket seal for snug fit. This does go over the existing vent top. I have yet to test but does fit nicely. I don't remember the guidelines as
Standing Rib Roast on the Pit Boss 24 Today I am doing a 4 1/2 lb Standing Rib Roast. I prefer to have the bone left intact rather than the butcher cutting it loose and then netting it all back together. I took it out of the refrigerator 2 hours prior to my cook and seasoned it (putting cold meat on the Kamado causes the temps to drop and takes longer to re-stabilize the temperature). I have seasoned it with a light oil rub, fresh black pepper, ground coarse salt and dried garlic flakes. Filled the bowl of the Pit Boss 24 about 3/4 full and lit it using