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  1. Slackers!!

    So did you post this at 1:00 a.m. California time???
  2. Looking for Grate Advice

    I've used the grill floss device for about a year. It works okay to remove the larger crusty bits, but doesn't leave a completely smooth surface. It is long enough to use on the grill when still hot.
  3. I'm very familiar with the "beer nap" but am now aware of the "cider snooze"...
  4. Surprising beef ribs

    I ordered the book this morning. Thanks for the reference.
  5. Surprising beef ribs

    I watched that Chef's Table episode a while back. Very impressive, especially for his guests to reach his Patagonian "restaurant". Very nice cook, Tekobo. I'll have to get his book and learn more.
  6. Test run on cold smoke

    This is a very helpful post, especially with the photos of the chip size.
  7. KK Cooks Japanese

    What an amazing dinner, regardless of being made on the KK!
  8. Sneak Peak ~ KK 3/8" A36 Baking Steel

    That is really nice!
  9. 32BB on the way to MA

    I was ready to order a Lang before I discovered the KK web site. Never looked back after.
  10. Which side tables

    I bought the teak side tables for two reasons. I think the teak looks better contrasted against the tile and stainless of the KK (and when/if they need refinishing, I will happily refinish them). The other reason is an annoyance issue with the sun reflecting off the horizontal SS surface, generally blinding me right before I need to look into a dark grill, plus the heat gain of the table surface. I have a Viking SS gas grill and have put up with these issues from the SS side tables for a dozen years. If you have a covered outdoor kitchen, you may not have the latter issues.
  11. Spinning a rib roast.

    Both the charcoal baskets for my one year old 23" have the same issue. They fit correctly with the handles running front to back (on the left and right, using Tyrus' wording) but are 3/8" and 1/2", respectively, out of round and therefore too wide to seat in the firebox correctly when turned 90 degrees (so the charcoal splitter is parallel to the front) as in Shuley's picture. I haven't yet bought the rotisserie so having the splitter only on the left or right side hasn't become an issue. After reading this thread, I put my splitter basket in a long clamp to squeeze down the wide part across the basket. There is significant rebound in the steel (Darn it, Dennis!), but I'll see if it redistributes the wide part just enough to fit at 90 degrees in the firebox after a few days in the clamp. Otherwise, I'll have to scrape off part of the firebox rim to get it to fit when I finally get a rotisserie. Jon
  12. Steven Raichlen cooking on a KK - Project Smoke 3

    Thanks for the explanation. Jon
  13. Steven Raichlen cooking on a KK - Project Smoke 3

    I find it annoying when he tapes over the logo, especially after announcing it as a Komodo earlier. Jon
  14. New Anova Sous Vide Circulator

    I've thought about this method off and on for quite a while. I almost ordered one a few times, but the various problems with the units some of the commenters have experienced always stopped me from completing the order at the normal price. The discounted price of entry of this new generation unit is compelling so I ordered one to give it a try. Jon