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Planning an outdoor kitchen and I have gone back and forth on different Kamados. My gripe with most is quality issues and I have seen this from all the big 3. My question for you guys, can the 19 TT handle everything from daily cooks briskets, ribs for a family of 4? Or would the 22 be a better choice? The grate size of the 19 vs 22 seems so close, from what I can gather is the height of the 22 is the biggest difference.  

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I've cooked on ckreef's 19TT with him and it's plenty big enough for a family of 4, heck we did steaks for 7 on it =)

 

But, it's not really big enough to do a big full packer on if that's what you mean by brisket. Apparently really long racks of ribs can be tight as well.

 

Personally I'm still planning to get the 19, I'd rather get a small packer or cut the random extra big rack in half then spend the extra money on the 23 that I'd otherwise not need.

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7 hours ago, afidel said:

Personally I'm still planning to get the 19, I'd rather get a small packer or cut the random extra big rack in half then spend the extra money on the 23 that I'd otherwise not need.

I love the 19tt because it doesn't take up much room, I love the 23 because its sexy as heck!

 

Scott

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Thanks guys. BBQ Guru rib rack looks to solve the rib issue. My guess is a full packer would need to be split flat from point which I’d be ok with. The other downside to the 19 looks to be related to the rotisserie options. Looks like Dennis only made a 6” cradle for the 19 where the 22 has the 8” option. The 8” would be nice for turkeys and rib roasts. 

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