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Tucker

Fruit Cove Florida (Jacksonville area)

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8 minutes ago, tekobo said:

In the meantime I am still loving Milk and Meat and must just head out to fire Meat up for tonight's winner winner chicken dinner.

First time I've heard you name your KK, Tekobo! Inspiration was??

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15 hours ago, tony b said:

First time I've heard you name your KK, Tekobo! Inspiration was??

They've had names from the start @tony b.  Before they arrived I told a friend I was getting two new BBQs.  His first response was, "Why two?".  Before I could answer he said, "Ah, one for meat and one for milk".  And that was it.  They were named.  

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14 hours ago, MacKenzie said:

tekobo, we will all be there for that winner dinner. :) 

Promises, promises.  The chicken came out well.  We had it with chips and the first of the fermented hot sauce that I made to @tony b's recipe. All good.  

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Sometimes it's just karma - those names were meant to be.

Glad to hear that your hot sauce came out well. 

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1 hour ago, Tucker said:

Updated now that I am back to 2 kk and a santa Maria grill

Very nice.

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Hey there @Tucker.  How are you getting on with your Santa Maria grill?  The plancha option that you showed in one of your photos got me thinking and I ordered one for my Argentinian grill.  Very successful.  I am still learning to manage the fire though.  Not as easy to light and build the fire as in a KK but I am enjoying the journey. 

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Getting used to it, finding that the fire does not need to be large at all to create a good temp. lighting is kinda simple, build a small log cabin of kindling with newspaper in it.

love the modular grates, 3/8" round, v shaped argentine, and flat top.

it takes care of large volume cooks and the flat top is beautiful for scallops.

we reduced to two KK's, finding the 19.5" handles many day-to day, while the 23" handles large smoking tasks.

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Do you use wood or charcoal in the main?  I tried wood and found it very smoky.  

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