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Majestik

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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. 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
  7. What Mr. Whiz wants, Mr. Whiz gets.
  8. 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.
  9. Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat From the Surrogate exhibit by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. Nature's Little Helpers
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
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