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    • By Antonio
      I am looking to buy a Kamado Grill/Smoker I am looking for advice from people that have actually purchased and used one. I am also looking to buy one reasonably priced, Best Bang for the Buck.  I really like the Kamado Joe but they are definitely a bit pricey. So all advice from experienced Kamado buyers and users are appreciated  
       
      Thank you
      Anthony
    • By DerHusker
      The same day I cooked my Ribeye

      I also grilled up some chicken thighs for my wife and sister in-law.
      I had purchased a 1.5 cubic foot bag of almond wood. I pulled out 5 nice looking pieces to make the fire with.

      I lit up a small chimney of smallish lump pieces and dumped this into my fire pit to start up the almond logs.

      I then placed the almond logs on top and waited for them to start burning.

      While I was waiting I seasoned up some chicken thighs

      and some asparagus spears.

      I placed the potatoes on first. Then the asparagus over the fire for a while to give them a little head start. I then moved them back into the foil tray to finish up and placed on the thighs.

      Flipping the thighs every 3 to 4 minutes until they were at 160 it.

      No plated shots as I was eating the steak.
       
      Thanks for looking.
    • By LittlebBigJoe
      Starting out the day with a little morning Joe! Always fun to get the grill up and going before daybreak. Would love to see photos of others having Joe mornings!

    • By Daphnechencho
      Hi, everyone, I am new here and my name is Daphne.I have been a BBQ lover for almost fifteen years , and how about you?
    • By SailorDan
      I really enjoy my Traeger and plan to keep it, but I need a grill.  Is a kamado type grill overkill?
       
      I'm primarily looking for higher heat and the ability to sear.  Despite the convenience of gas, I'm leaning towards charcoal for higher heat and the "fire" experience.
       
      I don't need the low slow capability of the kamado grill, but they are catching my fancy more than a charcoal kettle grill.  I'm thinking about Costco's Pit Boss.
       
       
      Should I just save $400 and get a Webber kettle?  Or is a kamado an experience not to be missed?
       
      Thoughts?
       
       
       
       
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