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Here is my list of current kamado videos (as of Nov 2, 2014) all done with a red Chargriller Kamado King Kooker (Akorn):

 

Beef:

Chuck Roast: The Brisket Alternative - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

Ribeye Roast - Kamado Style - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

BBQ Brisket - Kamado Style - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

Pork:

Bourbon-Maple Glazed Ribs - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

Chorizo Tacos With Grilled Tomatillo-Pasilla Salsa - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

Whiskey Glazed Pork Loin Roast - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

How To Low & Slow (& make great pulled pork) - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

Poultry:

Thanksgiving Turkey - Kamado Style - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

Turkey Breast on a Kamado -Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

Venison:

Venison Roast - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

Grill-Roasted Venison Backstrap - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

Pizza:

Grilled Tomato-Garlic-Herb Pizza - Without Using a Stone - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

Bread:

Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Bread - Larry Carpenter, Chargriller Kamado

 

 

 

 

 

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On 2/9/2015 at 4:10 AM, Marty said:

All I can say is WOW. There are a LOT of videos here in one place. This is an amazing resource. I usually just use the view new content button and do not see the whole collection.

 

Time to bring her back Marty, time to bring her back...B)

 

A great resource     :woot:

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