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Awhile back, Tom decided to augment his outdoor cooking menu by adding a smoker. His research (and the urging of several friends) eventually led him to try a ceramic cooker. To Tom's surprise, he got more for his money than just a smoker: ceramic cookers are also excellent grills, roasters and outdoor ovens. Another bonus: ceramic cookers light easily without liquid starter, and create very little ash. This amazing cooking machine now stands beside the gas grill on Tom's deck, so his guests can enjoy a best-of-both-worlds dining experience.
How do you improve upon the marriage of traditional kamado cooking and space age ceramics? Well, if you're the good folks at Primo, first you upgrade to a higher density, even more refractory ceramic. Then you change the shape from round to oval, for easier cooking of ribs, whole fish, etc. Finally, you offer adjustable-height cooking grids and a firebox divider for true indirect cooking/ smoking.
The Buzz: Everything you liked about the the old-style kamados, plus true indirect cooking,
better control of cooking temperatures, and an easier-to-work-with oval shape.
Apartment dwellers, tailgaters, picnic fans take note! The once-legendary Son of Hibachi portable charcoal grill is back, and it's better than ever! This small but powerful grilling machine sets up quickly, lights in 7 minutes, cooks up a storm, and then packs into its own fireproof pouch which extinguishes the coals when you're done cooking!
The original portable charcoal barbecue / grill is available once again! This compact beauty offers a surprisingly large (170 sq.in.) cooking surface, and is built for years of trouble-free use.
The Buzz: Deep drawn carbon steel shell and cast iron cooking grids, five-year warranty. Bake, roast, barbeque and grill right on your tailgate or picnic table. Snuff pouch extinguishes charcoals for re-use, doubles as carrying case.