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EGGARY

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  1. THE JOURNEY BEGINS

    Welcome to the KK Family. You are going to enjoy your new KK. You made the right choice in getting the 32". I had a BGE XL and went for a 23" KK in 2012. Last year I added a 32" KK. I enjoy firing up Trevor.
  2. Pizza on the 32" KK

    That is what I did. Thank you.
  3. Mackenzie inspired

    It is always best to cook by Internal Temperature and not time. Invest in an Instant Read Thermometer.
  4. Pizza on the 32" KK

    I have not made Pizza on my 32" KK. Do I need to use the Heat Deflector ? I am making two Pizzas. Can they both be cooked at the same time ? Trying a 24-Hour Pizza Dough Recipe. I hope I can get some info soon. Thanks.
  5. I know your Tri Tip will come out really tasty. Here is a Rub I use for Santa Maria Tri Tip. Might want to try this in the future. Santa Maria Rub (enough for a 4 pound roast) 1 Tbsp Kosher salt 1 Tbsp finely ground black pepper 1 Tbsp garlic powder 1 Tbsp onion powder 1 teaspoon cayenne 1 Tbsp dried oregano 1 teaspoon dry rosemary (or fresh, finely minced) 1/2 teaspoon dry sage Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/santa_maria_style_tri_tip/#ixzz4wqEU1SUQ
  6. Welcome to the KK Family. I first went with the 23" KK. Had the 32" was available I would have gone with the that instead. That was 5 years ago. I got the 32" this past February.. I do use the 23" as well but I prefer using the 32" and with the Basket Splitter I don't have to use a lot of Charcoal. It's better to have more space then less.
  7. Back Ribs

    Hey Mac ! Nice looking Ribs. Were they smoked direct or indirect ?
  8. http://blog.kingarthurflour.com/2017/07/28/khebez-arabi/?go=EC170730_B1&trk_msg=J3DCT07F2JO47FR4HUJKMMQ3A8&trk_contact=D1DDASBLCR8NRIAMHDB2D7AVQ4&trk_sid=I14001HI5TKM6AVD27TG7JQOSG&utm_source=listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.kingarthurflour.com%2fshop%2flanding.jsp%3fgo%3dEC170730_B1&utm_campaign=broadcast&utm_content=ec170730-breakfast-recipes
  9. Rotisserie: Direct/Indirect

    I am doing a Boneless Leg of Lamb. Direct or Indirect? What would be best ?
  10. Rotisserie: Direct/Indirect

    Happy 4th of July ! When using the Rotisserie I do the cooks Direct. When would a cook be done Indect when using the Rotisserie?
  11. Easy Tandoori Chicken

    From PitmasterX Check out Pitmaster X on Facebook !!! SUPER EASY TANDOORI CHICKEN !!! Total cooking time: 2 hours 10 minutes Preparation time 0 hours 50 minutes Cooking time 1 hours 20 minutes Suggested tools USA: Poultry stand - http://amzn.to/2lwtXIs Ingredients: Chicken - 2 whole Greek Yoghurt - 1/2 litre Garlic paste - 2 tablespoons Ginger paste - 2 tablespoons Tumeric powder - 2 tablespoons Smoked paprika powder - 2 tablespoons Salt - 2 tablespoons Mustard oil - 4 tablespoons How To: (can also be done in the oven) 02h10m - Mix the yoghurt with the spices and rub it on the chicken 02h00m start up your barbecue and set it to smoke at 160C / 320F 01h20m - place the chicken on a poultry stand and over indirect heat. 01h10m - Smoke the chicken until the core temperature is around 75C / 167F. 00h10m - Let the chicken rest 00h00m - Enjoy!!
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