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  1. Here is a great review so I don't have to wag my own tail.. I'll let Forbes do the dirty work for me.. Komodo Kamado Forbes Review
    2 points
  2. Well, the tiles might be ceramic, but that’s it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    2 points
  3. Fish on the 16TT tonight. Forgot to take pictures of the carrots on the grill but here they are plated with the fish and a spinach and borlotti salad. Made use of the hot KK to cook the sides for tomorrow's dinner. Slow roasted, assorted vegetables from the allotment. Can't wait for dinner tomorrow!
    2 points
  4. Loaded 23 lookin good... Its the only pic I took yesterday.
    2 points
  5. Steak, potato, and last corn for Chiefs-Ravens football game last night. Steak was great, corn was last of season and so-so. Game didn't end well for my team (Chiefs); wine was great (2004 Shafer Hillside Select cabernet).
    2 points
  6. @DavidMcKay The KK "looks" ceramic. It would be a little pedantic if this forum were renamed to the Komodo Kamado grill/smoker/oven "Refractory Cement Forum". Scientifically there seems to be a debate on a google search. Refractory material IS ceramic, I *think*. But most ceramics are not refractory. Here's a page I found that may be useful. https://www.refractoriesinstitute.org/tri-pages/tri-what-are-refractories.asp. First sentence "Refractories are ceramic materials...". I would pardon the snobbery a little bit from this crowd. We have expensive taste and we ordered the "bugatti of Kamados". Most Kamado grills are the equivalent of clay pots. In fact my father-in-law's 26 year old BGE looks like it is made out of a brick like material. He has a chip in his and it's red brown in color just like a brick. He got his while they were still made in USA. Mine's white-ish. More cheaply made, much younger (only about 11 1/2 years old). Made in Mexico, it says on my plate setter. Anyway, the KK is made of refractory material, heavily insulated, etc. It's a BIG difference. I'm still waiting on mine, but I'm stoked. I coveted one of these things for 10+ years - now I have a 42"SBB only a couple weeks out. Anyway - I'm with you - splitting hairs about the word "ceramic" is unnecessary. Just get a KK.
    1 point
  7. boat is en-route to dock this morning. Woo Hoo.
    1 point
  8. Tony, just look at that smoke ring, wow.
    1 point
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