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Unread 07-05-2013, 11:19 AM   #13
Zippylip
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As said above it depends on what you’re cooking. If mainly low & slow, go with the Weber as it’s cheaper, has more capacity & is practically indestructible. If in addition to low & slow you also want the ability to duplicate a brick oven for baking (& you only want one cooker), then ceramic is the way to go. All that said, I agree with the comment above that one of each is better still, the more different styles of cookers you have the more versatility & capacity you’ll also have; here’s my arsenal, & with the exception of the mini egg which I find practically useless in light of the other cookers (primarily the smoky joe), I wouldn’t part with any of them & they all get a good regular workout for different cooks:


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