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Finally finished my Primo XL table. It's built out of pine and has 2in concrete counter top for plenty of space. It rides on 6 casters w/brakes. It will be parked in my garage and never be left out in the elements (at least on purpose...) It has 4 slide out racks that will hold charcoal, utensils, and extras for the XL
Hey Guru’s, Last week I got a Primo XL. I did a beautiful Tritip cook on it. Well yesterday I received my Thermoworks Smoke, and tonight I want to reverse sear a good thick steak. Haven’t gotten to the store to see exactly what yet. Anyways I am just a bit confused. The primo being oval with the fire Box divided and a diffuser plate installed on the indirect side. Will I need to pull the steak off after reaching 115-120* and ramp on the temp? Or will the benefit of true 2 zone cooking mean I will be able to move to the direct side with the grill grates in the low position and just “get r done”. Also if I do not have to ramp up the temp for the sear what should I be aiming for dome temp? Thanks for your help.
hi Guys, Happy Friday! I have a hard time deciding on the grill. What I like: Vision Grills Signature Series Grande, http://www.visiongrills.com/kamado-grill-models/signature-series-grande/ Weber Summit Charcoal, http://www.weber.com/grills/series/summit-charcoal Primo XL, http://www.primogrill.com/en-us/products/grills They are at the same price range. What would you recommend and why? Any issues with the quality / warranty / maintenance? Cool features that are very important (or if absent that makes it a deal breaker?) I'm new to KAMADO/egg type grills, so looking for your opinions. I'm looking only for charcoal grilling (not a fan of gas grills) thanks, Dmitry
Any Primo XL owners out there using an Auber PID? I just ordered the Auber adaptor plate to fit the Primo XL as I had previously purchased the Auber model for the Akorn which did not come with an adaptor plate. The Auber adaptor plate that fits the Primo XL is the adaptor plate that fits the Large Big Green Egg (not the adaptor plate that fits the XL Big Green Egg), based on the Primo XL bottom vent being about 3 inches in height. Auber sent me the adaptor plate for the cost of shipping only, so that was cool on their part (although the adaptor plate only costs $3.50 before shipping). Their customer service is very prompt. Anyway, if you have used the Auber PID with your Primo XL, did you change any of the Auber settings, and if so, what setting worked best for you? I am going to experiment over the next week or two so I have the unit purring by Thanksgiving, but I wanted to benefit from any of your insight before I start experimenting. I understand that the Primo XL is easy to control (I have not yet had a chance to use my Primo XL), but since I already have the Auber PID, I might as well use the Auber for those long cooks. Thanks.