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George A

George A


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Good to hear from you Darienne,

I'm not a pro in the kitchen either but always trying to learn. Your cooking categories sound very interesting - lots of spices I'll bet (which I like). Maybe you found out already but a Kamado is a (usually) ceramic outdoor cooker, the Big Green Egg being the most well known. They are fueled by charcoal and have air-tight vents at the bottom and top so that temperatures can be held for low and slow cooking (eg. 4-5 hrs at 225 F for  pork ribs). Hard to do on a regular BBQ.

 

My wife and I have been in Ptbo for 8 years, having lived in Toronto 40 years. Don't miss TO at all!

 

Cheers.

George A

George A

Good to hear from you Darienne,

I'm not a pro in the kitchen either but always trying to learn. Your cooking categories sound very interesting - lots of spices I'll bet (which I like). Maybe you found out already but a Kamado is a (usually) ceramic outdoor cooker, the Big Green Egg being the most well known. They are fueled by charcoal and are air-tight with vents at the bottom and top so that temperatures can be held for low and slow cooking (eg. 4-5 hrs at 225 F for  pork ribs). Hard to do on a regular BBQ.

 

My wife and I have been in Ptbo for 8 years, having lived in Toronto 40 years. Don't miss TO at all!

 

Cheers.

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