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Unread 03-02-2013, 09:41 AM   #16
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Very cool! Where did you find it, and can I ask how much it was?

http://www.wokshop.com/store/detail.php?show=538
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Great work John...with your skills and taste you are going to have a heap of success with that!
If I had your skills and knowledge of Asian cooking I'd be cooking on this thing like crazy.

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I saw that on the wokshop.com website and it looked very interesting. Thanks for the report. I need many more BTUs than I can get on my LP kitchen range top.

Tane has suggested a 32,000 BTU portable wok burner that they carry, but that looks very good too.
I never noticed the cooker on wokshop.com but I make occasional trips over to S.F. Chinatown to shop in person so I haven't looked too closely at their website.

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That is cool! I gave up using the wok on my glass top electric stove. Tried the side burner on my gasser, but still not enough heat. That cooker would do wonderfully. I will have to keep my eyes open for one.
I tried one wok cook on my Weber Summit side burner (only 12,000 BTUs) and it fell way short of the heat I needed.

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I have had my Tao for about 2 years and am eggstaticly happy with it. As you have found out they are great for steaks also. Next up tandoori chicken.
Thanks again for the inspiration on the cooker Richard!

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Very cool! Where did you find it, and can I ask how much it was?
I picked it up in person at The Wok Shop (wokshop.com) but this looks like the same cooker for only $30 (before shipping): http://www.templeofthai.com/cookware...6200000562.php

Woodmonkey told me about this place which has other similar cookers: http://importfood.com/dao_cooker.html
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Unread 03-02-2013, 10:05 AM   #18
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Man you guys are costing me some bucks..... Now I have to have one of those..... Couldnt you just use one of those kid sized eggs?
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That thing is awesome, the food looks like it came out great. Great photo's too...as usual.
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Man you guys are costing me some bucks..... Now I have to have one of those..... Couldnt you just use one of those kid sized eggs?
I have been using my Mini Egg with a wok but the dome will get in the way of larger woks. A 10" or 12" fits fine on the Mini, maybe up to a 14" (which I don't have). The Thai cooker works great with my 16" wok on less than 1/2 of a Weber chimney of lump (about the same as what I'd burn in the Mini Egg). For larger wok cooks, this is more efficient on lump than loading up my Small or Large BGE.
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That looks way cool but not as good as your food!

Looks like you had a custom steel housing created just for this - do tell more...
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Thx Moose! No custom work on it. The odd thing is the cooker on the wok shop site is not the one I found there. Mine is the same as the one on the templeofthai.com site. The craftsmanship is not the cleanest & there's some sharp edges but it has some handmade charm to it and more importantly works well.
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That thing is too cool! And you meal looks farking killer man!
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That is very slick! Thanks for sharing those awesome cook pics, John!
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Man, that is cool. Never seen one of those at The Wok Shop. Very cool.
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Man, that is cool. Never seen one of those at The Wok Shop. Very cool.
I found it buried under a bunch of woks up front near the register Bob. Funny thing was I didn't know they sold them and was going to ask them if they knew of any place in Chinatown to find them.
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John, look up Kamei Restaurant Supply in San Francisco. It is a great store for all sorts of kitchen and dining stuff.
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That thing is very cool and your cooking looks great as usual.

I wonder how well that would work with a paella pan?
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Thanks for the tip Bob! The Mrs is now very interested in going there so I suspect we'll be shopping soon.
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That thing is very cool and your cooking looks great as usual.

I wonder how well that would work with a paella pan?
Thx Paul! Good question. Perhaps a small paella pan using briquettes. I gave my smaller paella pan to my bro in law so all I have is a 18" pan which I'd think would get really hot in a small area. Not much control available on heat here:hot & hotter
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