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Old 01-10-2018, 07:06 AM   #21
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Old 01-11-2018, 08:21 AM   #22
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So I've used the KJ every night now and love it! It's so easy to use and the lump charcoal seems easier to light and a whole lot less ash!

The best surprise was some chicken I did last night -- I threw in a couple of Applewood chunks and grilled the chicken at around 400* for about 20 minutes and then flipped it for another 20. It came out so good -- juicy and flavorful. I loved that Applewood flavor!

Got me thinking about doing some turkey parts
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Old 01-11-2018, 09:22 AM   #23
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Ohhh, smoked turkey legs. Don't forget turkey butt, nice and fatty
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Old 03-05-2018, 12:40 PM   #24
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I've started my outdoor kitchen build and I have been looking closely at Blaze Grills.
I like their warranty, and I like the cast stainless burners. I also like the option of swapping out a burner for an infrared sear burner.
If Weber made a true built in, I'd strongly consider it. If money was no option, I'd go with Lynx.
I'm also looking at Lynx Sedona grills, which are a step down from their premium line.
I went further down the gas grill rabbit hole than I ever intended.
After weighing all the options I wound up ordering a 42" Alfresco ALXE.
It came down to Alfresco and Hestan for me. In the end I went with the Alfresco because they offered a stand alone sear zone that Hestan didn't.
I'm probably 6-8 weeks out from being able to cook on it, so I'll report back then.
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I went further down the gas grill rabbit hole than I ever intended.
After weighing all the options I wound up ordering a 42" Alfresco ALXE.
It came down to Alfresco and Hestan for me. In the end I went with the Alfresco because they offered a stand alone sear zone that Hestan didn't.
I'm probably 6-8 weeks out from being able to cook on it, so I'll report back then.
To ABSOLUTELY no one's surprise!
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Old 03-06-2018, 10:43 AM   #26
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Can't wait to see pics.
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