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Thread: KomodoKamado

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    Default KomodoKamado

    Here is a pic of my KomodoKamado OTB



    Some pics of the EZ-Que in action


    Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you
    like and let the food fight it out inside.
    -Mark Twain

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    Every time I see a rotis, I want one!

    Great Kamado, KK! Yard art and fire pit, best of both worlds.
    Rob - TX Sandman
    Plank Owner, TQJ

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    Nice looking cooker! I look forward to seeing more of your kamado in action, I have a BGE, but its sure not as nice to look at! The rotisserie is pretty much the only reason I keep my gasser around these days...looks like I might be out of excuses! LOL
    Large Big Green Egg (and a ton of accessories)
    Jenn Air 720-0336 Gasser

    "Wasn't born in Texas, but got here as fast as I could"

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    Is that basket an add on, or can you only get one with the Komodo?

    I have a rotiss that the wife uses on the gasser and I use on the Charbroil.

    That basket looks like a gotta have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Is that basket an add on, or can you only get one with the Komodo?

    I have a rotiss that the wife uses on the gasser and I use on the Charbroil.

    That basket looks like a gotta have!
    The basket is from EZ-Que http://www.ezqueinc.com/ they make lots of models for all kinds of BBQs. It is a great design, stainless steel, holds the food in place and is super easy to clean.

    I even have the Hobo version so I can roti over an open camp fire! Also, I will be getting an 8" basket so I can do Turkeys...currently only have the 6" basket for chickens, pork loins, roasts, etc. The AC motor can handle up to 50lbs.
    Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you
    like and let the food fight it out inside.
    -Mark Twain

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    That is impressive! I'm a BGE/Claypot Kamado geek and really admire the Komodo. I have the EZ-Que for my Performer and another for the Genesis and just love using it. Solid unit and the basket design is great.

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    These aren't inexpensive to say the least !!!Really are kind of works of art.

    Last edited by SmokyOkie; 05-21-2014 at 07:14 PM.
    Paul

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