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3 hours ago, TKOBBQ said:

 

I have a cheaper version, but it has been great so far! Utopia Kitchens... runs about $20. The difference may be the thickness, as far as I can tell by the pic. This was an appreciated Christmas gift, since I've been using a lot of cast iron lately on the Vision. I actually prefer the thinness. It allows me to pick up and toss, if I need to. This is well worth the money and then some.

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Kamado Jimi - Great looking wok cook.  I've used my Kamado a few times for wok cooking,it's fun, and can get hot for the cook too.  Thai Chicken Drunken Noodles is likley on menu tonight, I may have to use the kamado for at least the chicken.

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