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Garvinque

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So I don't think anyone here is disappointed with their KK, and know from just reading thru the posts that I will be truly satisfied with my purchase. My question is what' next for you in charcoal or gas grilling/smoking I would be pretty sure this question has been asked but it can not be a KK or ceramic cooker, what would be your next cooker? For me after I got my KK I would lean towards a Weber Summit Charcoal Grill or the hybrid American Muscle Grill!      

Garvin

Remember can't be another KK or Ceramic cooker

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First, a second KK, probably 32"

Anything else I'm eyeing is purely for the convenience:

- Blackstone Pizza Oven

- Maybe -- and that's a VERY BIG maybe -- a pellet grill. The only reason I'd consider this is for my wife. She used to grill when we had a gasser. If she said she'd use a pellet grill I'd get her one. 

 

Don't really need anything else. Maybe a smaller KK, mostly 'cuz ckreef and MacKenzie make those 16's look so much fun.

 

I realize I violated the rule on can't be another KK...don't care ;)

 

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i would have to echo the above i had a variety of grills and then i got the kk well there really isnt anything else to cook on besides that once you own one you will understand i would get another kk down line

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53 minutes ago, HalfSmoke said:

First, a second KK, probably 32"

Anything else I'm eyeing is purely for the convenience:

- Blackstone Pizza Oven

- Maybe -- and that's a VERY BIG maybe -- a pellet grill. The only reason I'd consider this is for my wife. She used to grill when we had a gasser. If she said she'd use a pellet grill I'd get her one. 

 

Don't really need anything else. Maybe a smaller KK, mostly 'cuz ckreef and MacKenzie make those 16's look so much fun.

 

I realize I violated the rule on can't be another KK...don't care ;)

 

Age has it's privileges-LOL

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57 minutes ago, HalfSmoke said:

Maybe -- and that's a VERY BIG maybe -- a pellet grill. The only reason I'd consider this is for my wife.

Get her the Davey Crockett pellet grill small in size and still functional! It has very good reviews!

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Those old farts that ignore the rules, drive on the wrong side of the road, and wear socks with sandals make complete sense to me now. They aren't unaware. They just plain don't care! 

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1 hour ago, Garvinque said:

Get her the Davey Crockett pellet grill small in size and still functional! It has very good reviews!

Garvin

IF I did it, it would definitely not be one with all the bells and whistles. Just a convenience. Other than that, I've been through most of the others, save for an offset (which interests me not at all). Just don't see the need. Just give me a couple of KK's and a convenience item or two. I'm good. 

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Large ceramic Yakatori grill is on the short list.

A two burner griddle is on the list. Not sure where I'd put it but the moment I find one on sale for the right price I'm pulling the trigger. 

 

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26 minutes ago, ckreef said:

Large ceramic Yakatori grill is on the short list.

A two burner griddle is on the list. Not sure where I'd put it but the moment I find one on sale for the right price I'm pulling the trigger. 

 

I see that Yakatori table in your future like the one in the video I posted on the Guru!

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My next "cooker" will be a real pizza/bread oven; a Valoriani/Mugnaini.  The KK does an admirable job for pizza bakes considering its a bottom heat source but still leaves room on the table for all things Neapolitan baking where the dome temps are much higher than the floor which shares heat source and pie space.   

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A true wood fired pizza oven is on my list but it's so far down the list it wasn't worth mentioning. Since I own a Blackstone it would probably have to be a project type build and the project list is much, much longer than the grill list. 

 

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I really have no need for another grill. As long and I can figure out the rotisserie thing, I will actually be getting rid of my gasser.


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I'll break the rule also. My next will be the BB 32 KK. I have a 16" KK, Weber Kettle performer, and 36" Weber Rancher. Between the four I should be able to handle just about any cook.

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I will chime in I have a KJ classic all the gadgets that go with it like the joetisserie and a Jr I also have a 23 KK I'm pretty happy with all the of them I'm looking at getting a home built for them first and then was thinking a gas burner or induction cook top

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I have 3 Kjs next door that I have allowed my neighbour to use and in the yard I currently have my 23 and 32 KK with table.  A friend gave me a traeger that he is not using and I am enjoying it so far.  

I am done and really have no further needs for BBQ

 

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I did because I wanted them to match.  I came from cooking on multiple Kamado cookerrs and always believe that two kamados are better than one.  Multi cook temps being the biggest reason.  

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