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Dr_KY 01-14-2012 12:08 PM

Cooking on ceramic in the cold-safe?
Question for all the ceramic owners I'm a bit worried about cooking in mine with this frosty weather, she's out in the open and my concern it that when cooking finishes and as the temps drop overnight will my cooker fracture?


millsy 01-14-2012 12:15 PM

I have never had any trouble with mine.I find it works better in the winter weather.As far as freeze thaw thing I live in Canada and see no side effects

deepsouth 01-14-2012 12:19 PM

no worries.

Gore 01-14-2012 12:52 PM

We got our ceramic for this very thing, so that we could have BBQ all winter long. I use it all the time and all winter long. We typically have a few 4-day stretches where we lose the power due to a snow/ice storm. It might not break 0*C for several days. I can get 25+ hours on one load of lump when windy and -10*C. I can tell you, we eat a lot better than all of our neighbors. :thumb:

Hold on, you're talking cold weather and you're in England? :crazy:

smoke-n-my-i's 01-14-2012 12:55 PM

WOW... one I had never thought of....

My thoughts were when I first read this was the rapid heat gain when fired up...... not so much cooling off.

gtsum 01-14-2012 08:04 PM

no worries...cook away!

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