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  1. Salmon sizzle. Soapstone is the shizzle IMG_0033.MOV .
  2. Want to purchase one of these accessories. My question is can the soap stone do everything the cast iron can do plus more? I imagine the soapstone wouldnt get as hot as the cast iron? I imagine the cast iron cooking, more food would possibly stick and more maintenance or are they too very different tools for different type cooks/food.
  3. For those of you using the cast iron or soapstone cooking surface on your KJ, do you use a half-moon or full-moon? That is to say, to you make a complete flat top or just a half? Just curious as to what the prevailing custom is. Thanks!
  4. Review my experience so far with my new stone. I have been looking for a soapstone in the 16" range since last summer, but not terribly serious about it. With the nicer weather coming I decided to order one from M Teixeira because they list a 16" stone and the one review said it was 3/4" thick. There are a few places selling 13 inch stones, but I wanted this for double duty, pizza and to make smash burgers on, so I wanted a little more real estate when I'm cooking for more than two people at a time. I even called a couple of counter top makers looking for a sink cut out or something I could
  5. www.homearama.co.uk/hukka-carelian-soapstone-uunikko-cooking-pot.html Hi saw this on the net and wondered if anyone has ever used one. It's quite an investment for a pot. N
  6. I have so much to learn. And when it comes to grilling, this is the best place I've found to do that. So here goes: I want to get a cooking surface that can handle higher temps than my cast iron skillet because whenever I try to use that to sear my steaks, I ruin the seasoning--which is a huge pain. I've been looking at getting a soapstone, but my aversion to paying $120 for a half moon led me to a few different places. I've been considering an 18" round stone from Soapstone Products.....but then I ran across the Fibrament-D baking stone, which got me wondering: Will a
  7. Doing a little meal prep for work on the overnight shifts this weekend... I butterflied a couple large (12oz each) chicken breasts and gave them a sexy sear on the Kamado Joe soapstone cooking surface... Stone temp at 375-400°F and flipped every minute or two to build a beautiful sear on both sides... Sliced these into strips and will be rolling them up in a whole wheat tortilla wrap with some lettuce, carrots, mushrooms and a dash of fat free italian dressing... dinner will be a good one tonight!
  8. I've always put my soapstone on the grates when cooking and have a sink large enough to clean it. I've seen a couple of people having issues with the larger Big Joe soapstone, so when I saw this I thought it might offer an alternative solution to dealing with the size and weight. They posted it on their site a little while ago. https://canadiansoapstone.wistia.com/projects/ukbyyeapwb
  9. This was a fun cook... the soapstone cooking surface is definitely worth a look!
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