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  • How Do I Remove Ash From The Cooker and Clean A Ceramic Cooker After Cooking?

    —The easiest way to remove ash from your cooker is to use an ash tool to scrape out the ash into a metal pan or bucket. Make sure you use a metal receptacle since you often can’t be sure that there isn’t a glowing ember in the ash. Ash tool works well on the large and medium Egg...
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  • HOW DO YOU MAKE PULLED PORK IN KAMADO?

    Use a paper towel to pat the pork dry Trim the pork so that there are no obvious loose pieces or hard bits of fat that will burn With a sharp knife, score the surface of the fat cap, making sure not to cut into the muscle Generously apply the dry rub (allow it to rest it if you like, but it’s n...
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  • Is its usage widespread?

    Nowadays quite a lot of brands commercialize kamados all around the globe, but its fortune is yet uneven depending on the country, and so, in places such as the USA, Canada or north European nations such as Holland or Germany, its success is huge and they are easy to find either at particular hom...
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  • 5 Types of Grills: How to Choose the Best Grill For You

    5 Types of Grills: How to Choose the Best Grill For You

    5 Types of Grills: How to Choose the Best Grill For You Learn more about the different types of grills available and how they compare to each other. We all know there are different heating and fuel sources that can be used while grilling. Each of these fuel sources have their own set of advan...
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  • How do you control temperature on ceramic cookers?

    How do you control temperature on ceramic cookers?

            ou can sear meats at very high temperatures on ceramic cookers due to the fact that you will be using lump charcoal, which burns hotter than briquettes, and due to the fact that ceramic cookers can be closed up except for vents at the bottom and the top. This creates a...
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  • Where did the word “kamado” really come from?

    Where did the word “kamado” really come from?

    Our name comes from an ancient style of cooking that began over 3,000 years ago. The name “Kamado” is the Japanese word for “stove” and literally,it means “place for the cauldron”. It’s a simple yet highly efficient and flexible method of cooking any food – perfectly. The Auplex Kamado BBQ brings...
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  • #Kamado Crazing——Is it normal to see hairlines cracks on the surface of my Kamado?

    #Kamado Crazing——Is it normal to see hairlines cracks on the surface of my Kamado?

    #Kamado Crazing Is it normal to see hairlines cracks on the surface of my Kamado?   Answer – in short, YES. “Crazing” is caused by the different rates at which the ceramic & glazed elements cool during the manufacturing process of the Kamado BBQ and nothing to be concerned about. It ...
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