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Old 11-30-2021, 09:13 AM   #1
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Default Ribeye on the Kudu

I had been looking at a Kudu grill for a while and when I saw that they were $100 off in November I pulled the trigger. Decided for a ribeye for the maiden voyage to get a feel for the thing.

Nice sized ribeye.



Let that hang out while I let a mixture of lump and wood burn down a bit.



Adjusted the grate up high to let the ribeye slow cook at take on some smoke.



After about 40 mins, I lowered it down to finish.



Short rest and time to see how it turned out.






Need to dial things in just a bit, but over all very happy with the first cook. I really liked the extra smokiness from letting it hangout above the fire for awhile. I can see doing this for a while before I get tired of it.
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Old 11-30-2021, 09:41 AM   #2
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I was an early adopter of the Kudu. Thought it would scratch my Santa Maria itch. It is fun to cook on when weather permits.
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Thought it would scratch my Santa Maria itch.

I kind of had the same thought/hope.

Did it scratch it?
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Old 11-30-2021, 11:22 AM   #4
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I kind of had the same thought/hope.

Did it scratch it?

Great maiden voyage KUDU cook, Joe! I reviewed the KUDU not long after it was launched:

https://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/s...d.php?t=260154

It certainly has the core elements of a Santa Maria grill, but more accessible and portable, if need be. Semi-regular high winds where we used to live in CA prevented me from using it more frequently. Had I known we would be moving to middle TN a few years later, I would have hung onto it!

Looking forward to seeing more cooks on your new KUDU!
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Those grills look like some fun, great looking steak too!
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Kudu done did good !!!!
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YUM. It does not get much better than that
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I kind of had the same thought/hope.

Did it scratch it?
it made me want a custom build with a windscreen. so no. it sorta aggravated it. ;)
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That’s a beautiful hunk-o-meat, nicely done
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