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Unread 03-20-2013, 11:31 AM   #31
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What is remarkable about the KK (and perhaps other like ceramic ovens) is that you can smoke your Tri Tip at 235F, and in in a few moments, execute a reverse sear at 500F; then finish a pizza in 6 minutes at 900F. When you shut it down, it will hold temperature with very little loss for hours.
That would be one crispy pizza.
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Unread 03-20-2013, 08:33 PM   #32
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That would be one crispy pizza.
Wrong...perfect pizza.
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I'm sure they are excellent cookers but I think they look hideous... art gone bad.
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I'm sure they are excellent cookers but I think they look hideous... art gone bad.
I couldn't agree more.
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If I had something like that sitting on my deck my buddies would laugh me out of the state. No self-respecting man would have one of those on his deck.

I've only had a BGE for a couple of months but I can tell you already it is the ticket. I've cooked wings at 375 and minutes later been searing steaks at 750. $850 brand new with the plate setter and a free bag of lump. Can't wait to try some pizza.
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Post some pics when you get it, I'd like to see it. What color are you thinking about getting?
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Here is an in depth review at the Naked Whiz: http://www.nakedwhiz.com/productrevi...m#introduction

A very impressive piece of equipment.
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Wrong...perfect pizza.
I question the accuracy of one or more of the following:

1. Your thermometer
2. Your clock
3. Your definition of perfect
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I'm sure they are excellent cookers but I think they look hideous... art gone bad.
The blue tile one kinda reminds me of a wall in a school restroom.
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I question the accuracy of one or more of the following:

1. Your thermometer
2. Your clock
3. Your definition of perfect
Agreed. 6 minutes@900* will make for one crispy pie!
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I am either getting 23 or 32. We are going to Bali next month for vacation and will get to meet owner and see the factory so super excited!!
No disrespect here Lobsterbake.

But,
From what you posted here, it looks like you plan on being a reseller of this product and this thread might be nothing more then to drum up business and draw attention to this smoker on the BBQ Brethren web sight. I think we have an area for that. Its called "Brethren Sales and Ventures". You might want to check it out and talk to the mods about buying an advertisement spot if thats the case.

As far as ceramic smokers go I guess you could say I own a 50 year old VW Beetle. Original paint, A real Rat Rod Kind of Look. The only shine it has is when you open the hood and see how nicely seasoned it is.
Its a 50 year old Kamado that still works great to this day.
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Sure are alot of twisted panties in this thread. I say if he likes the KK, so be it. You can produce good 'q on a UDS or a WSM, but should we belittle thosepeople who own multi-thousand dollar rigs? Live and let live.

And no disrespect to Silverfinger, but I read that post as he is going to Bali on vacation, and while he is there, was going to see where the kamados, a cooker he obviously really wants, were made. If I was going to be in Houston, I'd love to ge tour the Klose shop and see how they were made and talk to david about smoker design etc... I think we are over-speculating here.
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Sure are alot of twisted panties in this thread. I say if he likes the KK, so be it. You can produce good 'q on a UDS or a WSM, but should we belittle thosepeople who own multi-thousand dollar rigs? Live and let live.

And no disrespect to Silverfinger, but I read that post as he is going to Bali on vacation, and while he is there, was going to see where the kamados, a cooker he obviously really wants, were made. If I was going to be in Houston, I'd love to ge tour the Klose shop and see how they were made and talk to david about smoker design etc... I think we are over-speculating here.
Is 23 or 32 a size of the smoker or is it a number of smokers that he is going to purchase while he is there to resale here in the States?

If its the size we are talking about then I apologies for my statement. If it's the amount of smokers he's going to buy and resell them here then I feel what I posted was correct.

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Either way, Im not A MOD here at the BBQ Brethren web sight, so I might have overstepped my bounds.
For that, I do apologies for!!!
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Is 23 or 32 a size of the smoker or is it a number of smokers that he is going to purchase while he is there to resale here in the States?

If its the size we are talking about then I apologies for my statement. If it's the amount of smokers he's going to buy and resell them here then I feel what I posted was correct.

And,
Either way, Im not A MOD here at the BBQ Brethren web sight, so I might have overstepped my bounds.
For that, I do apologies for!!!
They are sizes. No worries. I'm no mod either, but I am staying in a Holiday Inn express tonight! :)
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They are sizes. No worries. I'm no mod either, but I am staying in a Holiday Inn express tonight! :)
Well then,
I take back what I said originally and truly do apologize

Enjoy your new smoker and your vacation Lobesterbake!!
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