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  1. I need some assistance with setup... I have a 23in roti from Dennis and a One grill motor...no instructions to put together and videos with parts that don't seem to match exactly what I have here. The square post that goes into one grill motor fits but the other side does not seem to marry with anything...it is not ground into a hexagon but instead has eight sides that seem to be poorly ground....any suggestions would be helpful as I have 2 chickens waiting to be spun Thanks
  2. Looking to see if any are interested in a pallet share
  3. I am building a new home soon and was interested in how to best incorporate my 23" into a covered outdoor porch or patio...concerned a bit about the smoke but still want to be able to use throughout the year. I have seen some pics on the site in the past but was looking for some more ideas....Thanks!
  4. I am about 6 months in to my love affair with the KK and had some questions regarding its use in the Winter. I live in Ohio and Winter temps can get very cold ( several degrees below 0) with heavy snow. The grill will be on an uncovered patio...will be moved closer to the back door and will be covered as soon as the large brown sunbrella cover for use with tables becomes available( I have been waiting all summer...) My question is do I need to do anything different when starting with such a cold grill....such as slow warmup for a long period of time to heat soak thoroughly before increasing the temp...I do not want to do anything to possibly damage the unit and was looking for some advice....any help will be appreciated. It is a testament to my infatuation with the unit to be worrying about this so far ahead of time...Thanks

    Grilled octopus

    Finished after cutting in sections and rubbing off skin Put a cast iron lid on lower rack...smoking hot and seared to just brown for a minute or two Squeeze of lemon and plated
  6. Prepped octopus on stove ...long simmer with red wine..onions carrots bay leaf
  7. The kamado continues to impress me with its steady temp. This is my second attempt with the pan my children bought me for Fathers day. My first was a mixed paella with chicken chorizo and shrimp This was monkfish shrimp mussels and scallops...newer saffron as well so much much better result.... The pan was a matfer beurgot 15 or 15.5 inch black steel pan which fits the 23in grill like it was made for it A pic
  8. Nice first cook...ribs look great!
  9. Newbie question...how do you add smoking wood to a slow cook in progress with deflector plate in place....is deflector plate not needed?
  10. Sauce 1 tsbp vegetable oil 2 bunches green onions chopped 2cups chopped white onion 8 large garlic cloves chopped heat oil ...add onions for about 10 min...then garlic for 5 min add all...bourbon last 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup ketchup 1 cup tomato paste 1 cup whole grain dijon 1 cup water 1/2 cup worcestershire 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar 1/cup apple juice 1 large dried ancho sees removed chopped 1 tbsb cumin 1 1/2 cups bourbon simmer about 1 hr...this will make more than you need...in fact I halved the recipe for today
  11. I made these about ten yrs ago on my gas grill and saved the recipe as I enjoyed them so much Rub for three racks 2 tbsp. cumin 1 tbsp. chili powder...used ancho 1 tbsp. dry mustard 1 tbsp. coarse salt 2 tsp cayenne 1.5 tsp cardoman 1.5 tsp cinnamon Rub into ribs evenly and fridge overnite
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