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      03-27-2017, 01:07 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Mr Tonka View Post
I really like mine. (Kaman Joe, so it's a red egg) It's about as versatile as an outdoor cooking source can get. It's basically an outdoor charcoal oven/grill. Everything we cook on it tastes great and is done quickly and easily.

Doubt i'll ever go back to a gas grill. Mine lights up and is ready to cook in about 10-15 min with little to no supervision during that time. Typically light it, go back outside to close the lid in 5 min. Put the grill grates on after 5 more min. Go get the food, thermometer, utensils from the kitchen and it's ready.
So we are to ASSume you already had the drink in hand before lighting it, right?


RIGHT?

Because nothing ever comes out of my grill tasting good unless I season with Jack, or Climax, or something. And by season, I mean ME
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