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  1. Ingredients: 2 lbs Ground Lamb 1 medium onion, finely chopped or shredded 1 tablespoon finely minced garlic 1 tablespoon dried marjoram 1 tablespoon dried ground rosemary 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper Here is the Spinning Grillers ridiculously delicious and crispy doner kebab homemade recipe: Process the onion in a food processor for 10 to 15 seconds and turn out into the center of a tea towel. Gather up the ends of the towel and squeeze until almost all of the juice is removed. Discard juice. Doner Kabab
  2. Kamado Guru Kamado Cooking Video Index: I'd like to turn this post into one of the internet's BEST resources for Kamado Cooking! If you would like to have your video listed in this index, please respond with a link to your YouTube video along with the make/model of kamado you are using... Beef Bacon Portabella Burgers - Chris Lynch / Grill Dome (Large) Bourbon Steak Skewers - Steve McElroy / Grill Dome Prime Rib Roast - John Setzler / Kamado Joe Big Joe Smoked Beef Jerky - John Setzler / Kamado Joe Classic Smoked Beef Short Ribs - John Setzler / Kamado Joe Classic Bee
  3. Hi Fellow Gurus- I've owned a Primo Jr. for about two years and love it. It came with a Cypress table which I don't like. So I'm planning to build my own table out of cedar if possible. I'd appreciate it if anyone on the site has plans they'd like to share with me.
  4. I have been exploring a LOT of new things on the grill and in the kitchen in the last year or two in the realm of healthy eating. I don't deny myself the things I love but I eat a LOT MORE things that are healthy now compared to before. What's the healthiest thing YOU cook on the grill for yourself or for family and friends? Share your recipes... show some photos!
  5. I recently received a Vision Grills Classic B for my birthday and put it together over this past weekend (October 4th). I am a newbie to Kamado grilling/smoking but excited to really tried it out with decent results (chicken get going with it. Someone suggested this forum as a great place to get information so I am looking forward to learning from everyone.
  6. I'd thought I'd share some of our adventures with the Kamado. Most recipes will have some Indian, Kiwi or Kenyan influence. They will probably be fairly basic at first (so bear with me) and will add to this post as we get more adventurous with the cooker. Hope this helps some people out there. I'm not real good at taking photos so you may have to use some imagination. All my recipes will be vegetarian but some will be marked (J) as Jain approved. Wikipedia has a good section on Jain Vegetarianism, however in my context it's basically whatever the mother-in-law will eat, so the recipes
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