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Number Twenty Nine


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heads up friends:

http://primogrillforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10687

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Number Twenty Nine wrote:heads up friends:

http://primogrillforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10687


Do not have permission to access the page. Even after I registered and logged in.

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wprager wrote:
Number Twenty Nine wrote:heads up friends:

http://primogrillforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10687


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Probably just a matter of some time elapsing before account is fully accessible. I was able to view the post:
Ontario-quebec oval primo for sale
barely used oval primo for sale. Comes with stainless table, divider, pizza plate and deflectors. It is in perfect condition. Make me an offer.

The grill is one hour east of Ottawa and one hour west of Montreal. you can reach me at gerryminer@yahoo.com

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Riprock wrote:I doubt Im in the market for a BBQ since we have a small weber here, but this is the one I saw at Costco Im sure...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=101773

We just got this sucker.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/2/OutdoorLiving/BBQs/CharcoalBBQ/PRD~0853662P/Vision+Grills+Kamado+Professional+Charcoal+Grill.jsp?locale=en

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wprager wrote:
wprager wrote:
Number Twenty Nine wrote:heads up friends:

http://primogrillforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10687


Do not have permission to access the page. Even after I registered and logged in.

Probably just a matter of some time elapsing before account is fully accessible. I was able to view the post:
Ontario-quebec oval primo for sale
barely used oval primo for sale. Comes with stainless table, divider, pizza plate and deflectors. It is in perfect condition. Make me an offer.

The grill is one hour east of Ottawa and one hour west of Montreal.
you can reach me at gerryminer@yahoo.com

Hawkesbury. Road trip?!?!?!

Number Twenty Nine

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Big Ev wrote:
Riprock wrote:I doubt Im in the market for a BBQ since we have a small weber here, but this is the one I saw at Costco Im sure...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=101773

We just got this sucker.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/2/OutdoorLiving/BBQs/CharcoalBBQ/PRD~0853662P/Vision+Grills+Kamado+Professional+Charcoal+Grill.jsp?locale=en

Those in the BBQ subculture think that it is a POS - issues with the ceramic casting. I would get one from Costco because when it breaks, you can return it.

Number Twenty Nine

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This is the Wprager special: http://www.lowes.com/pd_131712-49769-6719_?productId=3609214&site=shopLocal

tim1_2

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I got this for $360 on sale a year ago:

http://www.homedepot.ca/product/weber-performer-black/909220

It's awesome.

shabbs

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Weber charcoal grills are awesome... legendary...

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Number Twenty Nine wrote:
Big Ev wrote:
Riprock wrote:I doubt Im in the market for a BBQ since we have a small weber here, but this is the one I saw at Costco Im sure...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=101773

We just got this sucker.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/2/OutdoorLiving/BBQs/CharcoalBBQ/PRD~0853662P/Vision+Grills+Kamado+Professional+Charcoal+Grill.jsp?locale=en

Those in the BBQ subculture think that it is a POS - issues with the ceramic casting. I would get one from Costco because when it breaks, you can return it.

Hey, it was free, so can't complain.

Number Twenty Nine

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best grills in life are free

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Ah. Talk of BBQ. It's a wonderful thing

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Had some ribs in the "Egg-lite" (guess that's what I'll call it). AMAZING! Can't beat that flavour!

Steaks aren't shabby either.

tim1_2

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Big Ev wrote:Had some ribs in the "Egg-lite" (guess that's what I'll call it). AMAZING! Can't beat that flavour!

Steaks aren't shabby either.

Two questions:

1) What type of charcoal did you use? I always use lump...the brand can vary...typically Royal Oak.

2) Did you use any wood chunks for smoke? I love tossing on some chunks of hickory, cherry, or apple wood.

Ev

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tim1_2 wrote:
Big Ev wrote:Had some ribs in the "Egg-lite" (guess that's what I'll call it). AMAZING! Can't beat that flavour!

Steaks aren't shabby either.

Two questions:

1) What type of charcoal did you use? I always use lump...the brand can vary...typically Royal Oak.

2) Did you use any wood chunks for smoke? I love tossing on some chunks of hickory, cherry, or apple wood.

1) Lump. Royal Oak. Apparently you should never use briquettes for a kamado grill.

2) Yeah there were some wood chips in there at the beginning. I think it was hickory.

tim1_2

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Big Ev wrote:
tim1_2 wrote:
Big Ev wrote:Had some ribs in the "Egg-lite" (guess that's what I'll call it). AMAZING! Can't beat that flavour!

Steaks aren't shabby either.

Two questions:

1) What type of charcoal did you use? I always use lump...the brand can vary...typically Royal Oak.

2) Did you use any wood chunks for smoke? I love tossing on some chunks of hickory, cherry, or apple wood.

1) Lump. Royal Oak. Apparently you should never use briquettes for a kamado grill.

2) Yeah there were some wood chips in there at the beginning. I think it was hickory.

Briquettes aren't recommended ever, as far as I'm concerned. I find they give food a chemical taste due to their manufacturing process. Some briquettes are marketed as "all natural" or whatever, but I've never gone wrong with lump.

Wood chips and wood chunks are different. Chips aren't that great for a charcoal grill, as they can be burned up pretty fast. It's a little tougher to find wood "chunks" (bigger pieces of wood, no soaking required), but it's worth it. Sometimes Home Depot or Lowes will stock them. Chunks give off smoke over a much longer period of time. I do use chips often though, if I'm doing burgers or something else that requires a very short cook-time.

Anyway, congrats on your ribs! Nothing shows off the power of charcoal grills like doing up some yummy ribs. Try chicken wings sometime…I cook mine for a while with some wood chunks for smoke, and then sauce em up towards the end of the cook. They turn out great, and are really, really easy.

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haha I can't take the credit, my dad's the cook Wink. I'd get one myself whenever I move out.

and yeah actually the wood was decently big so they were probably chunks

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I suggest you kids get the Edge... The Kingsford Edge!

Works like a charm in my hibachi.

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