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What is YOUR favorite non-Kamado grill?

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I'd do either the Weber Summit (Yeah, I know ...) or in the alternative I'd get a pellet pooper, specifically the YS 640 Competition of the YS 1500.  I've cooked on both and they get the job done.  Those two are built to survive the coming holocaust!  :-D

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8 minutes ago, John Setzler said:

I already have a Weber Kettle and a pellet grill... what else is out there?

Pit Barrel Cooker? 

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5 minutes ago, Mewantkj said:

Wood fired oven. 

 

A local cookery school do a "learn how to make your own wood fired oven day", which I'd be on like a shot if we weren't planning on moving in a couple of years.

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2 minutes ago, Paul Beer said:

 

A local cookery school do a "learn how to make your own wood fired oven day", which I'd be on like a shot if we weren't planning on moving in a couple of years.

 

I could see myself bulding one, once I have time... Time to build it.  Time to use it.   

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7 minutes ago, Mewantkj said:

 

I could see myself bulding one, once I have time... Time to build it.  Time to use it.   

 

Exactly - would also be pretty gutting to put the effort in, use it once and then move!

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If I could justify the cost I would get a Forno Classico combination gas / wood fired pizza oven in a heartbeat. 

 

http://www.fornoclassico.com/our-installations/

 

Paul Beer said

Exactly - would also be pretty gutting to put the effort in, use it once and then move!

 

The Fornos ship both in a kit form and pre-built on top of a steel foundation.  With a lift you can pick the whole thing up and move it. That is how they ship it to you. Solves the build it and then move problem. 

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I have never used one but PK grills would probably be my second choice to a kamado. Well...as CC said Weber summit would really be my next choice, but yeah, saying that is almost like avoiding answering the question.  Next on the list would be old school kettle.

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PK has undergone a redesign recently. Both new and old design look pretty darn awesome to me.

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6 minutes ago, prowe said:

I have never used one but PK grills would probably be my second choice to a kamado. Well...as CC said Weber summit would really be my next choice, but yeah, saying that is almost like avoiding answering the question.  Next on the list would be old school kettle.

 

That new PK grill is fantastic.  I saw one at a show last summer and I would LOVE to have one but I think they are about $1000.  I may have to look into that one though.

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