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alimac23

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  1. I had the same decision to make last year, i ended up with the 32 and i'm really glad i went down that path. I usually only cook for two people but the space means you can fit things like baking pans with handles and other odd shaped dishes on with no issues. The charcoal usage is practically on par with my old cheap 18" Kamado, so its a win win. A couple of weeks ago the Wife and I had a BabyQ - Baby shower for around 50 people and the 32 handled it with no issue whatsoever, in fact the 3rd grill was used to hold the drip pans, i could have fit a lot more on: This is 2 x 6kg briskets, 2 x 3kg pork shoulders, 4 x racks of beef ribs. Then there are the times where you want to bake, the 32 is an amazingly capable bread oven and has plenty of capacity: Another nice thing is how easy it is to make a true 2 zone setup, i'm a massive fan of reverse searing steak, in the pic below i brought the steak up to temp on the upper right grate, then took it out and let it rest whilst the grill come up to temperature for the final sear: If i had my time again then i wouldn't change anything about my decision to get the 32. You'll be really happy with whatever you choose, but for me the 32 was the way to go.
  2. Has your KK already shipped? If not then i'm sure the team would slip the side tables and some charcoal on top of the crate.
  3. Congratulations! Fantastic choice, you're going to love every minute of it! The only advice i would give it to have a think about the accessories you might want i the future, I didn't order the rotisserie with mine and i ended up ordering it later and picking it up from Dennis in Bali. My point is that when you order your grill, the shipping on the other accessories you order at the same time is effectively free, this is especially important for things like pizza stones and other bits that are heavy and could cost a lot to ship later on, especially to Australia as is in my case. Just my 2c worth. Can't wait to see the cool unboxing pics and your first cooks!
  4. Absolutely fantastic looking breakfast Mac! What camera do you use for your pics? I’ve got an EOS 550d SLR that I’m too lazy to use when my iPhone is in my pocket, but the pics you post are always amazing quality. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. As the others have said, i've never used the deflectors at all for any cooks, i just let the drip pan sitting on a lower grate act as the heat deflector too.
  6. Amazing pork belly Mac, I can almost smell that from here! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks Bruce, i love a good roast dinner on a Sunday, this one turned out great! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. As promised, pics of the final event. Slow roasted lamb shoulder with Yorkshire pudding and roast veggies. As usual, the KK performed flawlessly. http:// Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Cooking up a lamb shoulder studded with rosemary and garlic for tonight’s roast dinner. More pics to follow. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Looks awesome Aussie! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Beautiful knives! I’m with you on the whetstones. I’ve got 400, 1000, 2000 and 5000 grit stones and they come up razor sharp every time! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Spun another chook for lunch on Friday, I’m loving the rotisserie! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. The day that it arrives is like being a kid at Christmas again, I don’t think I’ve felt that much excitement in a long time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Congrats Dennis. We all know it, but it’s nice to be recognised by third parties as being the best of the best! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Thanks guys! Using the basket makes it nice and easy to spatchcock the bird first and then also baste and sauce it at the end. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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