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  1. Re: Chicken Fat - Split from First Rotis Cook topic. Stay off my bridge!
  2. Re: Chicken Fat - Split from First Rotis Cook topic. Don't worry, I'm going back into hiding now.
  3. Re: Chicken Fat - Split from First Rotis Cook topic. Well, Jasen has been telling me about this spin-top-open/bottom-draft-closed idea for a little while. Sounded nuts to me, but I tried it on some chicken thighs and they were excellent... so yesterday I tried it on 2 split chickens, a ribeye roast, and a round-tip roast. Dome temp stayed around 375-400 with just a crack in the bottom draft. Everything came out absolutely delicious. And still moist. So, I'm giving the technique a thumbs up... will be experimenting more with it. On my POSK, of course.
  4. Re: Say Goodbye to this Red forum We'll have to get one of the Admins to fix that.
  5. Re: Say Goodbye to this Red forum OMG, what happened to the forum? It looks all different n' stuff.
  6. Looks great, Dennis. Nice job.
  7. Also, when you first login, in the upper right should be a link called "view unread posts", or you can use/bookmark this link: http://www.komodokamado.com/forum/searc ... d=newposts
  8. What Mr. Whiz wants, Mr. Whiz gets.
  9. That base reminds me of the experimental #3 base on these Richard Johnson cookers circa 2006-2007: and The rusty bands and massive tile lost also suggest his work. But the daisy wheel draft system is odd... I don't recall ever seeing one like that.
  10. Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat From the Surrogate exhibit by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. Nature's Little Helpers
  11. I usually do chicken like that at 450-ish for 1hr 15min or so, so your time sounds about right. I do mine "almost" direct. I've been using the slotted top of a broiler pan as a "diffuser". Helps to prevent scorching in the center of the grill, but still gives a nice char.
  12. Pix or it didn't happen.
  13. Heh That looks like hot sauce, Syzy. What was your recipe/technique? I've been considering doing rootbeer with the kids, since I inherited a home brewing kit last month.
  14. Re: Hardwood Charcoal Briquettes? I'm currently working my way through a bag of the Trader Joe's Hardwood briquettes. So far, no complaints. Low ash, high heat, pleasant smoke flavor, no chemical or other off-odors. Good stuff so far. I asked NakedWhiz to review it, but so far he has dodged my request. This is in a steel barrel grill, though. My kamado's still in storage.