GrillChef Mini Kamado, Black
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When you think of a kamado grill, what immediately comes to mind might be the well-known Big Green Egg—an ovular, insulated grill with dimples like a golf ball. The brand, which launched 50 years ago in the U.S., helped popularize these ceramic grills which have become known for retaining heat. JB: Cooking pizza on a kamado is a great way to get a little bit of char that will remind you of a Neapolitan-style pizza. The key is to preheat a pizza stone (if you have one) and the grill before cooking your pie at a high temperature.
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Kamado grills, like the Big Green Egg or Kamado Joe, are made of ceramic and tend to be heavier and more expensive; but a number of porcelain-plated metal options (typically double-walled steel) have been introduced in the past five decades, as they tend to be less expensive and weigh less than the ceramic models.Kamado grills range widely in size, so it might be simpler to think of what you need in terms of how many burgers a given grill can hold. A Kamado Joe Junior (148-square-inches) can fit a half-dozen burgers. The Kamado Joe Kettle Joe (363-square-inches) has room for roughly twice as many burgers, and the Kamado Joe Big Joe II (604-square-inches) is able to handle four times as many as the Joe Junior. Think about how often you’re cooking for a crowd when you’re trying to decide which grill to get. Shape
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JB: The obvious part is the distinctive egg-like shape. But kamado grills also often have a ceramic body as opposed to the cast iron or porcelain-coated steel often used for conventional grills. Ceramic is effective at trapping heat, moisture, and smoke, which means you get to enjoy juicier kebabs. A kamado grill is simply an outdoor oven you haven’t met yet. These egg-shaped grills are styled and named after the traditional Japanese method of cooking in a domed clay plot with a lid over a charcoal or wood-fueled fire. They’re ideal for grilling, roasting, and baking ( smoked cheesecake, anyone?).