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Old 07-21-2022, 06:52 PM
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2" lamb chops on the grill this evening. Sauteed asparagus and salad. Using some "self-discipline" and the egg am down 15#. 25 to go. Who knew Kamado cooking is good for losing weight? We travel very little in the summer (crowds) so getting great use out of the egg.

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2" lamb chops on the grill this evening. Sauteed asparagus and salad. Using some "self-discipline" and the egg am down 15#. 25 to go. Who knew Kamado cooking is good for losing weight? We travel very little in the summer (crowds) so getting great use out of the egg.

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Eggs are great cookers but they lack cooking space. I had one for 6 years and loved it until a huge tree limb crushed it during a very bad thunderstorm. Pellet cookers smokers are the big thing in backyard cooking today. There are some models out there with lots of capacity.
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2" lamb chops on the grill this evening. Sauteed asparagus and salad. Using some "self-discipline" and the egg am down 15#. 25 to go. Who knew Kamado cooking is good for losing weight? We travel very little in the summer (crowds) so getting great use out of the egg.


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Lamb chops were great. Wife brought back black salt from Maui yesterday and it was a great addition. The right amount of 'tang'.



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Eggs are great cookers but they lack cooking space.
Purchased this small one specifically as did not want the large cooking area/size. This "small egg" is proving to be "just right" for the two of us. Have fit 8 burgers on the grill (a bit crowded, but no harm) and four strip steaks as well as a 5 1/2 # chicken and a 4+ # roast (not all at the same time, obviously).
Picking up some ribs tomorrow. Will definitely have to cut in half to fit two full racks.
But, all-in-all, am very pleased. Have gotten as many as 6 hours with a full load of charcoal (~ 30% Kingsford & 70% hardwood). That required a 'learning curve' on setting the vents (did let it creep up to almost 300 at one point). Think I can get 8 hours at ~220F as I've learned the proper vent settings.
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