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Name:
eugene.guy1@btinternet.com
Remote Name:
213.122.51.114
Date:
Monday December 29, 2003
Time:
02:08:50 PM -0500

Comments

I did email gorix they sent me your address.. great article you wrote ..having been looking to buy heatrd vest for bmw motorcycle..dont know much about electrics ,would it be possible to wire up vest from this stuff..it very good value .there is power socket on side of bike .any advise would be great.. the vests way out of my price.. many thanks..


Name:
mayfeb@bigpond.com
Remote Name:
144.139.78.114
Date:
Sunday December 28, 2003
Time:
05:35:36 AM -0500

Comments

WE purchased our No5 green Kamado during 1975 .We have moved home several times and our best friend has not been chipped,knocked or broken. Today December 28th 2003 we have seen a Kamado for sale at the store known as Barbeques Galore(Australia)


Name:
Vic Cohun (vcohun@sbcglobal.net)
Remote Name:
69.0.121.231
Date:
Tuesday December 23, 2003
Time:
04:21:24 PM -0500

Comments

I really enjoyed browsing your web site and found it meets my urgent need on preparing a Crown Roast Pork (for the very first time I might add) and I will use your receipe. I would say "borrow" but I don't think there will be anything left to give back. Thanks again and Happy Holidays. Vic Cohun Ellington CT.


Name:
"David Rice"<ricedg@octa4.net.au>
Remote Name:
150.191.96.36
Date:
Monday December 22, 2003
Time:
10:42:26 PM -0500

Comments

Excellent site for referencing Kamado recipes and modifications. I've had one of these classic cookers for quite a few years now and the family never tires of eating Kamado style. Guests go away wondering how they can get one of these strange beasts. Unfortunately, no-one seems to sell Kamado products in Australia any longer so those of us with the originals (non-tiled variety), look after them as though we are privileged custodians of prized treasures.


Name:
mcnabsrus@yahoo
Remote Name:
165.247.226.44
Date:
Monday December 15, 2003
Time:
10:19:58 PM -0500

Comments

i love to cook and would like information on a kamodo curtis


Name:
Bruce (uhclem@cox.net)
Remote Name:
65.216.122.126
Date:
Monday December 15, 2003
Time:
04:23:59 PM -0500

Comments

I'm expecting my first #7 any day now, and I'm so glad you are linked at the bottom of the Kamado Website! Your descriptions, recipes and pictures are wonderful. I'll be a frequent visitor for sure... Thanks You for all your work on this!!! Bruce


Name:
poppy@endor.com
Remote Name:
67.74.192.244
Date:
Friday December 12, 2003
Time:
05:07:55 PM -0500

Comments

great site and VERY mac-friendly. i will definitely send over other mac-friends who would be interested in the goodies you offer (oh...and that other kind of computer user, too). thanks.


Name:
gstover@hitec-usa.com
Remote Name:
68.165.154.242
Date:
Friday December 12, 2003
Time:
01:05:30 PM -0500

Comments

I just received my first Kamado 7 yesterday. I'm anxious to fire it up, even in the dead of winter in Iowa. My first trial is a prime rib roast, so I read your comments with great interest. I love your site...and all the great tips! Thanks!


Name:
Del & Gail Ackels alaskatradingstore@gci.net
Remote Name:
66.58.227.145
Date:
Thursday December 11, 2003
Time:
03:46:57 AM -0500

Comments

Truly enjoy your web site with your wounderful recipes. Wounderful on moose, caribou and Dahl sheep. Thank You


Name:
ylentz@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
69.14.19.191
Date:
Wednesday December 10, 2003
Time:
08:40:51 PM -0500

Comments

Dude, where is the Asian pear and the cooking rice wine? If you love the smell of the beef, forget the rice wine, but you've got to have the Asian pear. Add one Asian pear grated to marination, your rib will have this deep flavor noboday can figure out, try it.


Name:
Tuong
Remote Name:
68.120.138.240
Date:
Sunday December 07, 2003
Time:
12:31:31 AM -0500

Comments

Just want to say thanks for a great site on cooking. I got my Kamado since early November (2003) and has been using many of your recipes with great results. Got myself a Redi-check per your review as well. Thanks so much!


Name:
Gail Ackels
Remote Name:
66.58.227.145
Date:
Saturday November 22, 2003
Time:
11:24:17 PM -0500

Comments

Thank you very much for your recipe of Bulgoki. My neighboor is Koreon and I have a hard time understanding her and wanted to get the recipe from her but Wow! here you are! email: alaskatradingstore@gci.net Web site: www.alaskatradingstore.com Web site: www.alaskacreation.com Thanks again, Gail Ackels Fairbanks, Alaska


Name:
roycroft2000@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
24.48.97.146
Date:
Friday November 21, 2003
Time:
05:34:01 PM -0500

Comments

Nice site, I have post several times but did not see my post or follow up answers. thanks Jim


Name:
Rick reich123@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
4.60.111.190
Date:
Wednesday November 19, 2003
Time:
03:15:43 PM -0500

Comments

Great article on the Riderlight. I only ride during the day and was wondering if the Riderlight could be seen very well in daylight. Thanks, Rick


Name:
Duane
Remote Name:
204.116.19.9
Date:
Friday November 14, 2003
Time:
11:43:14 PM -0500

Comments

thinking of buying a remote thermometer was going to by a polder until I read your coments


Name:
Bill Nolan/nolaghan investments
Remote Name:
64.216.36.83
Date:
Friday November 14, 2003
Time:
05:18:42 PM -0500

Comments

thanks for recipes, which I am trying out. Just figured out that you really need the metal screen to get any real heat going. Will let you know how it turns out.


Name:
Joe Ostaseski
Remote Name:
198.26.125.12
Date:
Friday November 14, 2003
Time:
12:47:56 PM -0500

Comments

Thanks for doing the research.


Name:
Bill - billy@mcsi.net
Remote Name:
64.28.56.16
Date:
Thursday November 13, 2003
Time:
03:23:05 PM -0500

Comments

I am about to take my first adventure with prime rib. My butcher has promised to cut me a fine 10 pounder and we will begin the adventure for Thanksgiving '03. Your comments and "recipe" is about what I had decided to do. Thanks for your comments about the cast iron grill, I was wondering how I was going to brown it.


Name:
wye@homefrontcom.com
Remote Name:
138.88.163.172
Date:
Tuesday November 11, 2003
Time:
11:19:07 AM -0500

Comments

WOW WOW WOW you created exactly what I was attempting to do. I was initially going to use some Nichrome wire threaded throughout some gloves, but once i found the gorix stuff i was wowed... fabric that heats up. I am excited to try it. However I was wondering, do you know if the Gorix (since it is like a fabric) can be cut up a little, because i am trying to make some glove liners. Thanks, Jon


Name:

info@reflectivedecals.com
Remote Name:
140.211.95.186
Date:
Monday November 10, 2003
Time:
11:45:28 AM -0500

Comments

Please visit us: http://reflectivedecals.com


Name:
Mike Carey, icdbs@austarmetro.com.au
Remote Name:
203.221.65.149
Date:
Monday November 10, 2003
Time:
03:34:37 AM -0500

Comments

My Komado looks a lot plainer than the exotic blue glazed version I have seen demonstrated. However, I saw one on sale on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (Where the crocodile hunter lives!) for $1,140.00+. I paid $35.00 in a garage sale for mine. I am experimenting with it, and have enjoyed a nice roast. My next experiment is later this week, probably a large chicken or something. I'll let you know how I get on. G'day! Mike C.


Name:
bigfotjoe@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
24.210.235.11
Date:
Saturday November 08, 2003
Time:
05:17:01 PM -0500

Comments

Hello, I am interested in using this Gorix to fabricate my own heated clothing. I have followed the links to At-last but they do not work. The Gorix links do not really give any usable information. Can you asvise where I can get enough usable info and availability on the stuff so I can evaluate the possibility of doing the project. Thanks, Eric


Name:
Rick Sauve from Canada
Remote Name:
209.105.220.161
Date:
Sunday November 02, 2003
Time:
02:09:32 PM -0500

Comments

Looks like a site where I could adapt recipies for my Big Green Egg.


Name:
James Morgan
Remote Name:
216.99.220.30
Date:
Friday October 31, 2003
Time:
07:07:44 PM -0500

Comments

Great site Alan. One of the best looking web page designs I've seen, either commercial or personal. Good information as well. Most helpful to those of us of the Kamado persuasion. jm


Name:
Peter M. Jagielski
Remote Name:
204.210.168.89
Date:
Friday October 24, 2003
Time:
01:43:49 PM -0400

Comments

Hi Alan! It's been a long time! How are you?


Name:
Tim McDonald tmcd98@aol.com or mcdonalt@questdiagnostics.com
Remote Name:
151.198.243.110
Date:
Tuesday October 21, 2003
Time:
03:35:26 PM -0400

Comments

Nicely done website. I have a #7 Sedona Kamado on order, to be delivered sometime the last part of December. I have also purchased most of the cooking accessories including the burner option. Per the website the BBQ-guru may be my next purchase. I am looking for some nice low and slow recipes to use during the break-in period. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Regards, Mac


Name:
Charlie O'Hare charlie_o'hare@pgn.com
Remote Name:
198.107.240.52
Date:
Monday October 20, 2003
Time:
09:56:25 AM -0400

Comments

Used my new redi-check remote thermometer last night for the first time. WOW, this thing is great.


Name:
Andy Watson / amwatson@sbcglobal.net
Remote Name:
63.203.247.138
Date:
Monday October 13, 2003
Time:
01:19:46 PM -0400

Comments

Great Site!!!! I am a K rookie and just did my first pork butts this weekend that came out awsome, what a grill. Your site will allow the knowledge to go to the "next Level". Thank you!!! Andy


Name:
Charlie O'Hare charlie_o'hare@pgn.com
Remote Name:
198.107.240.52
Date:
Thursday October 09, 2003
Time:
03:11:46 PM -0400

Comments

Nice write-up. I was trying to find a good remote thermometer and now I know which one to get. Thanks.


Name:
David
Remote Name:
192.233.92.200
Date:
Thursday October 09, 2003
Time:
11:44:28 AM -0400

Comments

Thanks for providing this page. I plan to install the battery monitor on my R-RS, and this is just the push I needed. (I've had the monitor for over two years and never managed to get around to installing it.) Thanks! David


Name:
Timothy F. McDonald tmcd98@aol.com or mcdonalt@questdiagnostics.com
Remote Name:
151.198.243.110
Date:
Thursday October 09, 2003
Time:
11:33:23 AM -0400

Comments

Nice website - was considering a stainless steel BBQ but fought the "buy the first thing you see" syndrome and found Kamado during a search. Interested in the #7 model and ready to place an order as soon as I can figure out what accessories I should include. Do you have any thoughts? Regards, Tim McDonald, Coral Springs Florida


Name:
Timothy F. McDonald tmcd98@aol.com or mcdonalt@questdiagnostics.com
Remote Name:
151.198.243.110
Date:
Thursday October 09, 2003
Time:
11:31:35 AM -0400

Comments

Nice website - was considering a stainless steel BBQ but fought the "buy the first thing you see" syndrome and found Kamado during a search. Interested in the #7 model and ready to place an order as soon as I can figure out what accessories I should include. Do you have any thoughts? Regards, Tim McDonald, Coral Springs Florida


Name:
don.shymanski@53.com
Remote Name:
63.92.157.222
Date:
Tuesday October 07, 2003
Time:
09:40:06 PM -0400

Comments

Waiting for my #7 to be finished. Really appreciated your sight. It aided my decision to purchase my 40th b-day present. Enjoy your cooking recipes and tips.


Name:
david_pearce@telus.net
Remote Name:
66.183.89.61
Date:
Saturday October 04, 2003
Time:
08:24:33 PM -0400

Comments

great web site, neat to have some one who takes his meat seriously (like I)i don't have a kamado, (napolean CDN grill) the smoke aspect of the Kamdao looks very good, I use a lot of differnt woods to achieve the smoke flavour when I grill, however I am limited to the lower heat also. cheers


Name:
david_pearce@telus.net
Remote Name:
66.183.89.61
Date:
Saturday October 04, 2003
Time:
08:24:19 PM -0400

Comments

great web site, neat to have some one who takes his meat seriously (like I)i don't have a kamado, (napolean CDN grill) the smoke aspect of the Kamdao looks very good, I use a lot of differnt woods to achieve the smoke flavour when I grill, however I am limited to the lower heat also. cheers


Name:
Ron Sain- ronsain3@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
24.136.91.14
Date:
Saturday September 27, 2003
Time:
09:41:59 PM -0400

Comments

Hello!, I was given a smoker from a friend who didn't know how to use it.I had seen them before but never had the pleasure of one nor had I ever had any food prepard on one.Now that I have one could you give me any basic advise on one. I like to cook underground pit style.BIG roasts,Turkey.pork,but thats pretty simple to me.I could use some help Much Thanks Ron Sain


Name:
Ron Sain- ronsain3@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
24.136.91.14
Date:
Saturday September 27, 2003
Time:
09:41:50 PM -0400

Comments

Hello!, I was given a smoker from a friend who didn't know how to use it.I had seen them before but never had the pleasure of one nor had I ever had any food prepard on one.Now that I have one could you give me any basic advise on one. I like to cook underground pit style.BIG roasts,Turkey.pork,but thats pretty simple to me.I could use some help Much Thanks Ron Sain


Name:
wangbichler@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
204.39.229.68
Date:
Tuesday September 23, 2003
Time:
10:00:36 PM -0400

Comments

howdy folks, just droopped by to check out your web site. i'm looking for some boots for the wife. any suggestions please e.mail me... thx


Name:
jim malter (jsmalter@facstaff.wisc.edu
Remote Name:
66.188.135.106
Date:
Friday September 19, 2003
Time:
09:59:37 PM -0400

Comments

Hi- I have enjoyed seeing all your recipes. I wondered if you have done center cut pork roasts (without bone) and by what method. Secondly, do you brine select pieces or all pork and poultry?


Name:
cwyun@juno.com
Remote Name:
63.205.198.132
Date:
Friday September 12, 2003
Time:
02:42:26 PM -0400

Comments

Great Site. I'm purchasing a Kamado #7 and when it arrives, I'll be looking at your site for tips and recipes.


Name:
ladyruth200155411@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
24.94.210.157
Date:
Friday September 05, 2003
Time:
11:04:08 AM -0400

Comments

Thank you for the chicken wing recipe never had an idea about brining i tried it and the family and friends kept coming back for 2nds and 3rds and we used alot of napkins. great taste


Name:
Allan Graves (UK) GravesSouthDecs@aol.com
Remote Name:
195.93.32.9
Date:
Thursday September 04, 2003
Time:
05:33:35 PM -0400

Comments

Great site, purchased our first K9 this july am now looking for great recipes to try out.


Name:
russell@acscreative.com
Remote Name:
66.82.9.12
Date:
Tuesday September 02, 2003
Time:
09:29:51 PM -0400

Comments

Alan: As a fellow Kamado owner I have admired your culinary skills from afar for quite some time! Your recipes, techniques and commentary have provided much needed guidance as I have stumbled my way through K cooking. I am very grateful. The Kamado site forum is also incredible but I find myself coming back here time and time again. Please keep up the GREAT work! Russell Anderson


Name:
lfa@lawpga.com
Remote Name:
216.142.110.50
Date:
Tuesday September 02, 2003
Time:
06:52:42 PM -0400

Comments

Dear Alan, writing from Baltimore, MD I just spoke with a representative from Kamado (9-2-03)regarding the various features of the #7 & #9 models, and he suggested that I attempt to contact someone in either the Baltimore-Washington or New York-Connecticut areas (or, possibly, Jersey, DE, PA. given that I travel b/tw these areas frequently)to see the unit in action. Could you put me in touch w/ someone or would anyone who owns a unit be kind enough to demonstrate for me. Thank you. Lou


Name:
Chadders. Tony@chads.org.uk
Remote Name:
81.174.210.127
Date:
Friday August 29, 2003
Time:
07:03:28 PM -0400

Comments

I love the site, I came here after a link from the Chromeheads Cruiser site, so many interesting subjects as I'm into photography also. I shall definitely return in the future. Nice one cheers, Chadders


Name:
BEAR1938@WEBTV.NET
Remote Name:
209.240.198.60
Date:
Thursday August 28, 2003
Time:
09:58:57 AM -0400

Comments

Thanks for the info on brining of the pork chops. I will try this today.


Name:
Tom O'Brien tomobrien02@aol.com
Remote Name:
64.12.96.233
Date:
Wednesday August 27, 2003
Time:
07:52:35 PM -0400

Comments

I have just restored an 18" model that was purchased in California years and years ago. Our guests still comment on what an unusual flower pot or whatever it is. Since I've found the website for K, I'll be able to update the grill with stainless, and check out other accessories. To others: Once you've mastered the temperature and cooking time, all is delicious. Takes practice!


Name:
n_cramer@pacbell.net
Remote Name:
67.118.128.50
Date:
Thursday August 21, 2003
Time:
01:52:02 AM -0400

Comments

Well, your scooter page got me. I've been putting for over 50 years, and was glad to see that u do 2! All Q'ers have their own techniques. Some of ours are similar, some different, BUT I've found some ideas that I'm anxious to try (and a few I don't)! You've got a great web site. Congratulations!


Name:
Chris Harris
Remote Name:
207.254.24.211
Date:
Thursday August 14, 2003
Time:
01:20:38 PM -0400

Comments

Thank you for your work and especially your sharing of your ideas!!


Name:
Rob Eszlinger
Remote Name:
66.205.142.50
Date:
Wednesday August 13, 2003
Time:
10:50:38 PM -0400

Comments

Great site Alan! I check it frequently to steal hints and ideas. Rob Eszlinger Sacramento, CA rob@eszlinger.com


Name:
steve
Remote Name:
68.33.74.69
Date:
Monday August 11, 2003
Time:
11:29:13 AM -0400

Comments

already to buy a ducane grill the other day and saw one of these at a bbq show. wow what a concept! I am hooked....off I go to the big blue....


Name:
RF5258@aol.com
Remote Name:
68.157.7.121
Date:
Monday August 11, 2003
Time:
10:03:19 AM -0400

Comments

I just got a Kamado and I find your recipes and cooking instructions very helpful. I haven't been able to get my Kamado over 600 degrees yet. I'm still learning how to use it.


Name:
hotwalker@mac.com
Remote Name:
24.154.171.74
Date:
Saturday August 09, 2003
Time:
07:13:11 PM -0400

Comments

Thanks for taking the time to photograph & talk about the Lite-Buddys and Stop Alert. I was talking to the Run-N-Lites vendor at the Charleston, VW rally but the vendor area closed before I could make my purchase. After see your page and comments, I'm ordering some for my R-65 BMW. - Judi


Name:
prospector99
Remote Name:
24.74.48.39
Date:
Sunday August 03, 2003
Time:
08:21:53 PM -0400

Comments


Name:
banjoman
Remote Name:
12.254.176.65
Date:
Sunday August 03, 2003
Time:
01:06:32 PM -0400

Comments

Thanks for your recipes & all this great info on cooking . This is a treasure of a website. Looks like you are quite interesting people . Thanks Again, Richard


Name:
John Blackburn
Remote Name:
61.9.128.173
Date:
Thursday July 31, 2003
Time:
09:39:34 AM -0400

Comments

Great info re K's


Name:
Andy Travis--Atlanta GA
Remote Name:
68.155.201.134
Date:
Tuesday July 29, 2003
Time:
12:23:09 PM -0400

Comments

Great grilling and smoking ideas. I just bought a big green egg, and rest assured I'll be using your kamado techniques at my house this weekend.


Name:
Mike Irwin (mirwin@onebox.com)
Remote Name:
65.219.205.254
Date:
Tuesday July 29, 2003
Time:
11:10:22 AM -0400

Comments

After reading all this site, I'm hungry ! Oh yes, and submitting this page doesn't work (you need to do more work with FrontPage !)


Name:
rpeters4@tampabay.rr.com
Remote Name:
65.35.160.96
Date:
Friday July 25, 2003
Time:
07:25:25 PM -0400

Comments

Incredible site. You have convinced me to buy a #7 to go with my medium egg ( I needed more cooking space). Please keep up the excellent work! Bob


Name:
Chris from Atlanta
Remote Name:
67.33.124.144
Date:
Thursday July 24, 2003
Time:
03:06:47 PM -0400

Comments

Great site! Always looking for new recipes. Cheers!


Name:
Vic Healey Marietta GA
Remote Name:
68.184.115.189
Date:
Saturday July 19, 2003
Time:
09:11:22 PM -0400

Comments

Thanks for the informative review of an item I am interested in. If this holds up I think it would be really useful.


Name:
Pete Moeykens
Remote Name:
216.107.194.158
Date:
Thursday July 17, 2003
Time:
01:50:25 PM -0400

Comments

Nice Alan! I was reading up on your lights. I like the way they're mounted. Nice site! -Pete


Name:
rb@roeiboot.com
Remote Name:
65.24.133.32
Date:
Wednesday July 16, 2003
Time:
08:13:43 PM -0400

Comments

oi~ neat site.. then again anything that has a *C* is cool :} -- later, rudeboy. ( http://bmw.roeiboot.com )


Name:
Rob Lefebvre - Green Bay Wi
Remote Name:
198.185.10.2
Date:
Tuesday July 15, 2003
Time:
08:31:48 PM -0400

Comments

Great Site! My #7 is scheduled to ship in September!


Name:
aidairis99/hotmail.com
Remote Name:
4.40.29.215
Date:
Saturday July 12, 2003
Time:
11:37:59 AM -0400

Comments

Hi great site. Came to the site to learn about cornish hens and have found lots more. Great that you list the comments. It allowed me to see that you have info on grills that I can use. would like to know where we could get a kamado in the Tampa Bay area in Florida...............Thanks for the help.


Name:
Woodyf106@sbcglobal.net
Remote Name:
66.139.220.12
Date:
Sunday July 06, 2003
Time:
09:38:15 PM -0400

Comments

Does anyone know what happened to the Kamado manufacturer located in Gardena, California. I bought a bright orange cooker during the '60s at an Air Force BX. It's liner finally cracked so many times I could no longer glue it back together and I tossed it in 1990 and have missed the great taste of steak since. How has technology improved? Cracking from the intense heat? Rusty grills and metalwork/straps? Is Kamado in Sacremento the survivor of the Gardena, Ca. company? I need a really great kamado again, here in Dallas TX.


Name:
Sobbydooguy.com@
Remote Name:
68.101.200.68
Date:
Thursday July 03, 2003
Time:
05:08:40 PM -0400

Comments

Thank you for showing the fireworks those fireworks were the best i'v seen ever.


Name:
ted gore, freelancephotographer/flight3707@aol.com
Remote Name:
152.163.252.5
Date:
Sunday June 29, 2003
Time:
12:58:14 PM -0400

Comments

ihave a quantum batt.#2 that was passed on to me by my friend, the unit has not been used in about 3 years,what can i do to recharge it, or is it possible to recharge it? ted gore


Name:
tom_samuel@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
12.227.62.146
Date:
Saturday June 28, 2003
Time:
11:50:36 AM -0400

Comments

Hi, I stumbled across your website while looking for a foldable motorcycle trailer and saw that you'd bought the "Trailer in a Bag" tailer. I've got a R1200C too and was wondering what your views were on the trailer i.e. reliability, rattling, any regrets etc... I'm trying to decide between the Stinger trailer and the Trailer in Bag and was wondering what your thoughts were when buying your trailer. Look forward to hearing back from you. Thomas


Name:
jimcofer@jcproperties.com
Remote Name:
24.175.147.208
Date:
Saturday June 28, 2003
Time:
08:57:59 AM -0400

Comments

Recently purchased a #7 Gas and interested in best way to use and good receipes.


Name:
lwlk10@aol.com
Remote Name:
152.163.252.5
Date:
Thursday June 26, 2003
Time:
05:18:18 AM -0400

Comments

thanking about buying one. But not sure what type the green egg or the one you have please advise. thanks


Name:
peter_moeykens@gdt1.com
Remote Name:
216.107.194.158
Date:
Wednesday June 25, 2003
Time:
04:07:29 PM -0400

Comments

Hi AlanZ, You've got a great site going here! I noticed your interest in RC flight. Let me know if you ever need any advice or anything; I've been flying RC for ever and ever. -Pete


Name:
Bob Adler radler@pacbell.net
Remote Name:
63.206.94.161
Date:
Tuesday June 24, 2003
Time:
09:54:40 PM -0400

Comments

I thoroughly enjoyed your website. I am lucky enough to live only 40min. from the Kamado factory. I only learned of the Kamado today!!...and paid my first visit today!! Based on your comments and success with the Kamado, I am leaning towards the purchase of one.


Name:
duane
Remote Name:
67.75.206.189
Date:
Sunday June 22, 2003
Time:
06:29:26 PM -0400

Comments

Have you seen maverick et-73 remote smoker thermometer


Name:
haris357@aol.com
Remote Name:
64.12.96.233
Date:
Sunday June 22, 2003
Time:
11:04:20 AM -0400

Comments

very very impressed with your cooking and your expertise in this new world of cooking. I do commend you for sharing all of this. I am new and just lookin into this area and see that there is the big green egg, morrone brand, and primo grills that all seem to be ceramic. If money was not the deciding factor can you recommend the best? I hate buying one thing and relegating it to obsolescence when i find a better brand thank you so much


Name:
MR H hhaberle@aol.com
Remote Name:
152.163.252.5
Date:
Saturday June 21, 2003
Time:
08:05:05 AM -0400

Comments

A great job on the ET-7 remote thermometer. I am a novice on outdoor cooking. A new BGE is on the way to my home this week. can't wait! This ET-7 will be a great asset. Thank you for the information MR H


Name:
John R. Pearson, Sr.
Remote Name:
141.156.231.110
Date:
Sunday June 15, 2003
Time:
07:41:43 PM -0400

Comments

Great website!! I am almost sold on the 'Kamado'!


Name:
eric
Remote Name:
68.101.200.68
Date:
Sunday June 15, 2003
Time:
12:00:01 AM -0400

Comments

The fireworks were best I ever seen Thank You for sharing it with us.


Name:
Darrell Thompson
Remote Name:
199.44.17.99
Date:
Saturday June 07, 2003
Time:
06:25:44 PM -0400

Comments

I hit your page while searching for wireless thermometers on Google.Have spent at least 2 hours browsing while my pork butt goes low and slow on my egg.Found great info and enjoyed it thoroughly.Great site!!


Name:
Rosalie
Remote Name:
209.179.236.147
Date:
Wednesday June 04, 2003
Time:
08:16:01 PM -0400

Comments

I'm amazed at the modifications you made on your Thule Rack to accommodate your BikeE. Ive been looking for a hitch mount rack for my husbands BikeE. No luck yet. The closest rack I found was in the recumbent magazine called cyle trailer from biketote.com. It looks great but unfortunately we don't have the space in our garage to stor the cylce trailer. How or where can I purchase a hitch mount bike rack to fit all 3 bikes (BikeE,Road Bike, and Mountain Bike)? Have any Ideas?


Name:
P. Leonard
Remote Name:
24.197.103.51
Date:
Saturday May 31, 2003
Time:
08:09:34 PM -0400

Comments

"A year ago, we gave our friends in Michigan a #5 textured Kamado." Any chance of me getting on your "friend" list? ;-)


Name:
Beano--dobbin@cox.net
Remote Name:
68.97.22.190
Date:
Saturday May 31, 2003
Time:
06:47:30 PM -0400

Comments

re: Mac & cheese Maybe it's a result of my early '70s, middle-class upbringing, but I confess to a weakness for the Original Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. There is no substitute! Sure, there's the Southern version made with elbow mac that's baked w/ various cheeses and breadcrumbs, and it's great too, but for off-the-shelf Kraft Original broke the mold. No doubt you've heard it already, but I have to agree about your doing it wrong. IMHO, there is no way but way(thank you B. Lee) and way is to cook noodle, drain. Melt unsalted butter, yes butter, in pot over low heat. Add noodle. Add whole milk. Stir to coat. This step maintains starch adhesion ability while also keeping each noodle separate. Remove from heat. Add cheese powder and stir/fold until mixture is uniform. Add 1/4 to 1/2t good paprika. Stir until distributed. Cover and let cool at least 5 minutes. Spoon out portions and sprinkle sparingly with more paprika, or serve family style and pass paprika around. Personally, I like a generous sprinkling of paprika on top once it has cooled slightly, but I love a good cheese/paprika combo. The flavors are subtle and wonderfully co-enhancing. You can serve this with anything. You have a pretty neat website. I particularly enjoy your adventures in grilling. I can't afford a Kamado right now but love to wear out my Weber 22" at every opportunity. My Dad used to cook on a Hibachi when we were kids and his burgers and steaks were always the best. Again, great site! B


Name:
huntsmanhunts@aol.com
Remote Name:
205.188.208.9
Date:
Saturday May 31, 2003
Time:
01:12:32 PM -0400

Comments

Hello There! Although my culinary talents won't land me filling a glass of water at Tavern on the Green, i love to cook. While living in South Korea, my family fell in love with the Asian Culture. Especially the Bulgoki and Kalbi. Thanks so much for a wonderful summer barbeque variation.


Name:
Buzz Kelsey (bkelsey@kc.rr.com)
Remote Name:
24.208.124.128
Date:
Thursday May 29, 2003
Time:
07:47:15 AM -0400

Comments

Is there a particular cookbook devoted to Kamado cooking? Thanks.


Name:
exzulu@aol.com
Remote Name:
66.159.217.30
Date:
Monday May 26, 2003
Time:
10:36:18 PM -0400

Comments

your ribs sound great will try this week thanx


Name:
donnaw_2000@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
209.178.177.242
Date:
Thursday May 22, 2003
Time:
11:45:13 PM -0400

Comments

massaging the beef will make the beef more tender, i.e. dip the beef into the sauce and rub meat between your fingers, the beef will stretch and become thinner which also quickens the cooking time as well as the marinating time


Name:
John Janssen, Easley, SC jgjanssen@charter.net
Remote Name:
68.159.65.175
Date:
Friday May 16, 2003
Time:
02:50:45 PM -0400

Comments

Very impressive website! I'm really salivating over an R1200C and hope to get one before the end of the year. I never tire of looking at them, and yours is one of the nicest ones I've seen! Really nice touch with the custom-added parts on your bike, too. "Sehr gut!" Keep up the good work on your website! "Mit Freundlichen Gruessen", John


Name:
Sam Moeller
Remote Name:
162.66.50.6
Date:
Friday May 16, 2003
Time:
10:31:11 AM -0400

Comments

Just dropping by to say hello! I'm still data modeling and doing some Access on the side. How are you guys doing? All the best Sam (shmuel18@msn.com)


Name:
Jan
Remote Name:
12.226.141.74
Date:
Wednesday May 14, 2003
Time:
10:55:03 PM -0400

Comments

Very cute story about the Kraft macaroni and cheese! I loved your step by step way to make it, very cute! I, however, add the margerine first (after cooking and draining of course!). That way it has a better chance of melting. I don't relish the idea of biting into a big lump of unmelted margerine...yuk! Just thought I'd share.


Name:
Tucker Smyth
Remote Name:
12.228.244.135
Date:
Tuesday May 13, 2003
Time:
05:05:50 PM -0400

Comments

Great recipes! I am planning to test several of them on my new #7 Kamado. The built in thermometer tells the temperature inside the Kamado when the lid is closed. Do you use another type of thermometer to find the temperature at the level of the grill when the lid is open? Tucker Smyth


Name:
Yana Dimitrova
Remote Name:
66.119.34.39
Date:
Tuesday May 13, 2003
Time:
09:27:41 AM -0400

Comments

Great website! I enjoyed browsing through it.


Name:
jacobsj9@juno.com
Remote Name:
66.52.155.136
Date:
Monday May 12, 2003
Time:
09:25:01 PM -0400

Comments

I want to buy/order Kraft spaghetti for my kids...they grew up on it. I live in Marin County CA...near San Francisco. Help!!!!


Name:
Jeannine Jacobs....email jacobsj9@juno.com
Remote Name:
66.52.155.136
Date:
Monday May 12, 2003
Time:
09:18:28 PM -0400

Comments

I want to order Kraft spaghetti for my kids who grew up on it. I can't get it here....Help, how can I do that????


Name:
Wright
Remote Name:
66.189.153.165
Date:
Sunday May 11, 2003
Time:
08:05:56 PM -0400

Comments

Nice!


Name:
Loren@coderdudes.com
Remote Name:
66.233.95.238
Date:
Thursday May 08, 2003
Time:
11:02:24 PM -0400

Comments

I have recently experienced the K experience with a knock off version. It has revolutionized my experience with grilling. I am known as the local grill master in my family and now I know where the real grill masters are! It is a great experience to see the efficiancy of this system, being a computer engineer myself for 20 years. I will own the real thing through the Kamado Company some day soon! Thanks for your site and its recipes. I look forward to bringing realization of the K into my neighborhood in Arkansas. Regards to all.


Name:
omegapic@bbtel.com
Remote Name:
66.38.6.131
Date:
Thursday May 08, 2003
Time:
02:31:17 AM -0400

Comments

Stumbled across your site when looking for the Redi-Chek remote thermometer featured in Frontgate's catalog at $45. From your comments it seems the remote feature is very worthwhile. After checking a few sources, the $45 price seems pretty good. Omegaman


Name:
the jacksons
Remote Name:
209.151.96.69
Date:
Monday May 05, 2003
Time:
05:38:51 PM -0400

Comments

Great site--we just bought a kamado-type cooker at a garage sale, and are trying to figure out how to use it. Made great burgers, planning a brisket tomorrow. Our problem (read: challenge)is, this small(13-inch grill) unit has parts missing: no damper top, no draft door, no thermometer. We're improvising the damper and draft door, but without a thermometer, we will have "control issues." Suggestions? How about we drill a hole and stick some (what) kind of thermometer in the dome? Help, please. Jim and Emily Jackson, Texas


Name:
r stewart/jennron885@netscape.net
Remote Name:
67.31.239.163
Date:
Monday May 05, 2003
Time:
03:35:40 AM -0400

Comments

I love to cook and found your site very helpful.


Name:
Paul paulr@acfcom.com
Remote Name:
12.235.16.149
Date:
Sunday May 04, 2003
Time:
05:09:52 PM -0400

Comments

Where can I get a Kamado cook book. I lost mine. I have a 15 year old # 5. What the "h" is Lump??


Name:
jjandrey@aol.com
Remote Name:
198.81.26.10
Date:
Sunday May 04, 2003
Time:
01:00:31 PM -0400

Comments

Just ordered a Cookshack smoker and need a wireless thermometer. I found your thermometer notes helpful. Thanks.


Name:
Daniel J. Richards@att.net
Remote Name:
66.125.116.178
Date:
Friday May 02, 2003
Time:
07:49:08 PM -0400

Comments

I love BBQ and heard about the Kamado. Just looking at your web site makes me hungry! I think I'll BBQ in my old converted 55 gal drum this weekend and look forward to ordering a Kamado sometime soon!


Name:
Jenna
Remote Name:
216.120.190.16
Date:
Wednesday April 16, 2003
Time:
09:24:49 AM -0400

Comments

MACARONI IS THE BEST FOOD IN THE ENTIRE WORLD! I am in speech class right now and i am doing a speech on just that!!! HOLY CRAP I CANT GET OVER HOW GOOD IT IS~!!!!!!!!!!!


Name:
Remote Name:
68.134.128.35
Date:
Saturday April 12, 2003
Time:
10:42:19 PM -0400

Comments

Hi from Santa Rosa, Calif. and thanks for the information on the Maverick Remote cooking thermometer / timer. I just bought one and wanted to get some feedback before opening the package so I might return it if feedback turned out to be negative. I also hoped to find out how long the probe wire is before opening the package. If too short for my use, that would cause a return of the product. Can you tell me? Otherwise the features seem to be just what I wanted. This is the single probe unit (ET-72). I don't yet know if this is the 410 deg. F or the 500+ deg. F. Thanks for the site. It was very helpful. Reed. email reedbev@msn.com


Name:
tbqa@ti.com
Remote Name:
192.91.75.30
Date:
Tuesday April 08, 2003
Time:
12:51:06 PM -0400

Comments

Do ya'll make a shield for the R1150R, I have the BMW tour screen, don't like at all, I'm not concerened about the price, just need a better wind shield. Thanks Terry Badgett


Name:
tr6clay@earthlink.com
Remote Name:
66.248.107.113
Date:
Tuesday April 08, 2003
Time:
02:03:35 AM -0400

Comments

Fun Kamado site. You have given me a few ideas to try. I've owned a Kamado for about 20 years, and as my family was in the military in Japan from 1968 to 1971, we brought one back with us then. Here's an idea I've used often to wow the crowd. Have your butcher make a mild Italian sausage for you, but instead of having him tie off separate links have him make one long continuous length of sausage. It will be as long as his available casings. Place this on the grill in a single long spiral. It can cover the whole grille. Skewers might be necessary so you can flip the thing. Good cooking is one thing, but this adds to the presentation. Thanks for your ideas.


Name:
mugu@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
192.116.110.230
Date:
Thursday April 03, 2003
Time:
08:15:17 PM -0500

Comments

I m here.I love this .


Name:
robin segard
Remote Name:
68.42.64.55
Date:
Thursday April 03, 2003
Time:
07:59:12 AM -0500

Comments

Just bought a Kamodo. Trying to figure out how to cook on it. Thanks.


Name:
david balista dbalista@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
198.26.130.36
Date:
Thursday April 03, 2003
Time:
06:03:08 AM -0500

Comments

I have a 03 XB9R Buell Firebolt and I am lookng for a tank bag set up in white. I found one before and should have bought it then but I can not find one now. help me if you can.. I can not get the bagster site to open. thanks


Name:
david balista dbalista@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
198.26.130.36
Date:
Thursday April 03, 2003
Time:
06:02:06 AM -0500

Comments

I have a 03 XB9R Buell Firebolt and I am lookng for a tank bag set up in white. I found one before and should have bought it then but I can not find one now. help me if you can.. I can not get the bagster site to open. thanks


Name:
Remote Name:
167.219.0.11
Date:
Thursday April 03, 2003
Time:
01:40:59 AM -0500

Comments

Great site - your dedication is inspiring! Thanks for the tips and insights.


Name:
Bill- Ottawa,Ont.
Remote Name:
216.209.185.160
Date:
Tuesday April 01, 2003
Time:
06:52:19 PM -0500

Comments

Great site . Clear instructions . At first I thought you were a dealer . Thanks for the info . I have a r1100rs and some of your mods I may try . Keep up the good work on your site.


Name:
johnlyn@ntlworld.com
Remote Name:
62.255.0.6
Date:
Tuesday April 01, 2003
Time:
12:39:40 PM -0500

Comments

A great website. I have visited many times, particularly when I bought Aerogards. All the best Johnlyn


Name:
andsam.cole@btinternet.com
Remote Name:
130.32.42.1
Date:
Tuesday April 01, 2003
Time:
08:34:19 AM -0500

Comments

Our Kamado No7 arrived just before Christmas and has been a big hit with everyone, not an everyday sight in the UK. With the weather starting to warm up we're looking forward to having a real go this summer. This is a great site and will prove very useful on the recipe front. Andrew Cole, Suffolk, United Kingdom.


Name:
Andrew Cole andsam.cole@btinternet.com
Remote Name:
130.32.42.1
Date:
Tuesday April 01, 2003
Time:
08:28:41 AM -0500

Comments

Our Kamado No7 arrived just before Christmas and with the weather starting warm up we're looking forward to having a real go. Your recipes will prove very useful. Andrew Cole, Suffolk, United Kingdom.


Name:
Dfeickjr@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
67.83.165.249
Date:
Saturday March 29, 2003
Time:
08:42:29 PM -0500

Comments

Thinking hard about buying this type of BBQ. Looks like a great site


Name:
kgdavison@earthlink.net
Remote Name:
209.178.170.90
Date:
Saturday March 29, 2003
Time:
09:30:10 AM -0500

Comments

Like the site, it is a good source for a person starting to get in to this type of cooking. Thanks Greg Davison


Name:
SOLKEIUS@YAHOO.COM
Remote Name:
152.163.188.5
Date:
Friday March 28, 2003
Time:
05:35:12 PM -0500

Comments

GREAT RECIPES!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I HOPE MORE CAN BE AVAILABLE.


Name:
jggosnold@aol.com
Remote Name:
202.67.64.155
Date:
Thursday March 27, 2003
Time:
06:01:29 AM -0500

Comments

Love the output of these cookers, we have a webber kettle and tend to cook our BBQ's over a couple of hours as well as on the open grill or hotplate. The thought of leaving a haunch of something cooking for 20 hours sounds most intriguing BUT I hope you guys are talking degrees Fahrenheit ?? Cos even 1000F sounds damned hot when it comes back to about 540C - bet it's cooked PDQ. Curious to know if the kamado is available in Australia but suspect it would be a bit costly. All the best - G (Gordon Gosnold, South Australia)


Name:
Steve J. Sleev.30@insightbb.com
Remote Name:
12.223.146.41
Date:
Wednesday March 26, 2003
Time:
10:59:40 PM -0500

Comments

Am considering purchasing a Kamado #7. Just got back from California that included a visit to the kind folks that build these marvelous cooking tools. Your website is a tremendous insight as to what to expect from the Kamado, how to use it, tricks of the trade, etc.etc. Keep up the good work!


Name:
Rahn
Remote Name:
4.65.147.132
Date:
Sunday March 23, 2003
Time:
10:44:27 AM -0500

Comments

Hi. I feel like I should be looking at some cooking stuff based on everyone else's comments. I was actually checking out your bike rack modification for a BikeE. Looks like something relatively easy to do, so I'll probably borrow some of the ideas. <BR> Now, off to look at your cooking and DB stuff, since those are both things I do.


Name:
Joe Picone / Mypiano123@aol.com
Remote Name:
64.12.96.232
Date:
Tuesday March 18, 2003
Time:
06:42:42 PM -0500

Comments

Hi, Alan. I was recalling our brief but interesting chat regarding our common interest in outdoor cooking "low 'n slow" Below is the recipe for Jamaican Jerked Salmon I promised. I credit te book, SMOKE AND SPICE, written by Jamison and Jamison, Published by, THE HARVARD COMMON PRESS 1994 JERK RUB: 1 tablespoon onion powder 1 tablespoon dried onion flakes 1 teaspoon ground allspice 1 teaspoon fresh-ground black pepper 1 teaspoon cayenne 1 teaspoon sugar 3/4 teaspoon dried thyme 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg pinch of dried ground habanero chile (optional) 1.5 pound salmon fillet JAMAICAN BARBECUE SAUCE 1 cup seafood stock 2 heaping tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon tamarind concentrate 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger root 1 tablespoon jerk rub Combine the jerk seasonings in a plastic bag and place the fillet(s) in with the dry ingredients. (I twist off the bag creating a "balloon" so that I can shake the product which gets the fillets nicely coated. Let the bag sit in the refridgerator for at least 1.5 hours..or overnight. Remove the salmon from the refridgerator and let it sit atroom temp. for 15-20 minutes. Smoke at a temp. of between 180 to 200 degrees F. I find it usually takes about an hour to be cooked through, but you have to judge your own oven's characteristics. You will need a large spatula to remove the salmon off the smoker, since it will be fragile when done. To make the sauce, combine all the ingredients and boil ove high heat. Reduce and simmer until rduced by about 1/3; this takes about 10 minutes. KEEP WARM. Pour the sauce into a small bowl and pass it seperately to spoon over individual portions of salmon. HOPE YOU ENJOY! HAPPY SMOKING!! Yours, Joe Picone


Name:
vickig@attbi.com
Remote Name:
12.240.110.63
Date:
Sunday March 16, 2003
Time:
02:40:31 PM -0500

Comments

We had a Kamado many years ago (given to us by my mother). It fell apart and we got rid of it and have regretted it ever since. Now looking into getting another - but are definitely confused by all the various "brands." Not sure which to buy or where to get it. Regards, Vicki


Name:
vickig@attbi.com
Remote Name:
12.240.110.63
Date:
Sunday March 16, 2003
Time:
02:39:14 PM -0500

Comments

We had a Kamado many years ago (given to us by my mother). It fell apart and we got rid of it and have regretted it ever since. Now looling into getting another - but are definitely confused by all the various "brands."


Name:
Herb Sauer herbsa@msn.com
Remote Name:
132.163.4.67
Date:
Saturday March 15, 2003
Time:
06:55:51 PM -0500

Comments

Hate to admit it, but got a #7 Cobalt Blue Kamado 2 summers ago and its never been used. Have the time now so I'm looking for information. Can't comment on your site yet but I'll go check it out now.


Name:
abressler@attbi.com
Remote Name:
12.227.134.79
Date:
Saturday March 15, 2003
Time:
03:57:28 PM -0500

Comments

Howdy Mr & Mrs Z., Many thanks for all of your recipes, thoughts and ideas on Kamado Cooking. We have had our K7 for about a month now. It is fabulous and fun to cook on. You are a great resource. Alan Bressler Billings, Montana


Name:
MABEAUDRY@AOL.COM
Remote Name:
152.163.188.5
Date:
Tuesday March 11, 2003
Time:
04:51:41 PM -0500

Comments

I REALLY ENJOYED READING YOUR EXPLICIT MAC&CHEESE REC. FOR MYSELF, I STILL LIKE THE OLD FASIONED METHOD OF COOKING THE PASTA, TRANSFERRING TO AN OVEN-PROOF CASSEROLE, ADDING CHEESE, MILK AND A LITTLE BUTTER. COVER WITH CRACKER CRUMBS AND BAKE UNTIL THINK AND BUBBLY. ENJOY


Name:
Sherri Bearden
Remote Name:
65.67.87.231
Date:
Tuesday March 11, 2003
Time:
11:24:15 AM -0500

Comments

http://www.1heluva.com/cgi-bin/join.cgi?refer=17476 VERY COOL WEBSITE!


Name:
Kevin
Remote Name:
205.188.208.9
Date:
Wednesday March 05, 2003
Time:
10:59:08 AM -0500

Comments

Great website! I just ordered my Kamado #7 a week or so ago and expect to receive it mid May 2003. In the mean time I'm chomping at the bit to get after it. So until it arrives... I will just watch this website and work on what I'm going to cook first!


Name:
Debbi Handler (debbi@icca.org)
Remote Name:
63.206.90.158
Date:
Tuesday March 04, 2003
Time:
05:13:47 AM -0500

Comments

Hello old friend! Believe it or not, I'm really married (although I still have your pendent) and living on a houseboat in Sausalito, CA. Still programing - Paradox and Access :-) Can you believe it!! Can't believe how the boys have grown! Love to you, Laureen and the boys.


Name:
Hay Cuddel_wit_me@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
205.243.120.66
Date:
Wednesday February 26, 2003
Time:
11:54:18 AM -0500

Comments

I think u should put the history of mac and cheese on your web site i am doing a speech on mac and cheese! and i need the history of it. but its all good


Name:
guyman guyman4@mugu.com
Remote Name:
207.241.184.10
Date:
Wednesday February 26, 2003
Time:
09:35:59 AM -0500

Comments

i love your site so pls keep it up thanks.


Name:
Edson
Remote Name:
209.148.112.244
Date:
Tuesday February 25, 2003
Time:
06:53:58 PM -0500

Comments

Great web site. I come here often to get some fresh ideas about Kamado cooking. Always helpful. Enjoyed chatting with you in Sacramento this past year at the Kamado cook fest.


Name:
Samantha Williams
Remote Name:
164.58.18.25
Date:
Sunday February 23, 2003
Time:
02:48:43 PM -0500

Comments

Hi, great site, i found a lot of interesting information inside thanks :-) <a href="http://www.e-flight.biz">Samantha Williams</a>


Name:
mackie.avecilla@pruhawaii.com
Remote Name:
4.65.50.129
Date:
Monday February 17, 2003
Time:
11:52:02 PM -0500

Comments

been shoppping for a thermometer you gave a very good review . Are your probe wire being closed down on your lid in the kamado? can you run it through the back where the gas outlet is so there is no crinking and less chance of it separating and causing malfunctions? Mahalo talk to you soon bigmac


Name:
FMB
Remote Name:
158.253.193.245
Date:
Monday February 17, 2003
Time:
05:58:44 PM -0500

Comments

Thanks for sharing this great site. FMB- http://www.fitsmybudget.net/


Name:
William Gibson
Remote Name:
24.192.103.177
Date:
Sunday February 16, 2003
Time:
12:34:29 AM -0500

Comments

www.bluetyger.ca stop by


Name:
Beluga Caviar
Remote Name:
193.233.85.108
Date:
Wednesday February 12, 2003
Time:
07:58:07 AM -0500

Comments

<a href="http://www.1-800-caviar.com">http://www.1-800-caviar.com</a> I had good time here. I'm be back. Russian Caspian Caviar such as Beluga, Sevruga and Osetra caviar.


Name:
Bobbo
Remote Name:
66.214.124.156
Date:
Wednesday February 12, 2003
Time:
01:35:34 AM -0500

Comments

Looking tasty


Name:
Reade
Remote Name:
63.100.108.19
Date:
Monday February 03, 2003
Time:
08:49:04 AM -0500

Comments

Thanks for the info/comments about the remote thermometer. I was looking for reviews on it..


Name:
jakebee@cox.net
Remote Name:
68.8.41.175
Date:
Wednesday January 29, 2003
Time:
04:42:43 PM -0500

Comments

Hello from San Diego CA USA. Jake B.


Name:
haroldharmon@bigfoot.com
Remote Name:
12.42.51.28
Date:
Tuesday January 28, 2003
Time:
11:52:34 AM -0500

Comments

Alan, I found my copy of Paradox By Example v4.0 and it brought back memories. I remember the Paradox users group that used to meet at Sloan-Kettering. Anyway, glad I found you (google) and see that you are well. Best wishes and I'm going to check out your food tips. - Harold Harmon


Name:
MGBADA MUMU,LAGOS,NAIJA
Remote Name:
62.56.189.239
Date:
Monday January 27, 2003
Time:
10:41:15 AM -0500

Comments

I LOVE THIS SITE.


Name:
vproper@prodigy.net
Remote Name:
166.90.233.239
Date:
Monday January 27, 2003
Time:
10:25:40 AM -0500

Comments

I received a Maverick Redi Chek thermometer and do not have any directions for its use. Is there anyplace that I can buy or download the directions? thanks to all.


Name:
Anthony Wheeler (awheeler@alumni.utexas.net)
Remote Name:
4.3.188.161
Date:
Friday January 24, 2003
Time:
01:03:52 AM -0500

Comments

Hello Alan, My name is Anthony Wheeler. I spoke to you by email and phone back in October b/c I stumbled across your site and was trying to learn more about Kamados. Well, I placed an order for a #5 back in November and it scheduled to arrive in March. I am now trying to find the best place to store it. I have a patio cover that is about 7 feet high, so I don't think it'd safe to store it under there, so I am probably going to build a base for it, like you displayed on your site. My question for you is, what exactly did you do to level the ground? Did you just use sand? Thanks in advance for your reply. Anthony Wheeler


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mglazer@martinglazer.com
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Date:
Thursday January 23, 2003
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04:45:16 PM -0500

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Nice Web page, the recipes look good also.


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Kenneth Winter
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Date:
Thursday January 23, 2003
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02:25:59 PM -0500

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Tell me how you got the sample of GORIX. I would love to buy a larger sample to make a jacket liner.


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Allen Bartee albartee@hotmail.com
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Date:
Saturday January 18, 2003
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11:39:06 AM -0500

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just trying to find out what brand of Kamado to buy. Never had one but sure sounds interesting, especially with the slow smoking of meats that I like to do regularly. I also like the taste of hardwood charcoal smoke which I would assume this would produce.


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zychmm@juno.com
Remote Name:
208.148.83.49
Date:
Friday January 17, 2003
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08:03:11 AM -0500

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I am working on a project that uses Paradox 4.5. Do you have a data dictionary product called Paralex Pro 4.5>


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Blacksea man
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193.110.0.3
Date:
Monday January 13, 2003
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01:33:31 AM -0500

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Your site is great work! Thank you! <a href="http://www.1-800-caviar.com">caviar</a


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DF Cherau
Remote Name:
65.137.51.148
Date:
Thursday January 09, 2003
Time:
08:39:52 PM -0500

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I like the torn bits of scrap paper effect. The overall appearance of your site is bright, clean and well laid out. I'll certainly make it a point to revisit.


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Name
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Date:
Thursday January 09, 2003
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03:04:10 PM -0500

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josh_mcgill@hotmail.com
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Date:
Wednesday January 08, 2003
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11:16:39 AM -0500

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hi i'm looking for some gorix for a project i'm doing for school does anybody know were i can get some. Josh mMcGill


Name:
Josef
Remote Name:
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Date:
Tuesday January 07, 2003
Time:
11:26:24 AM -0500

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good idea and typical recipies continuez comme a, et testez la french cuisine ;) Great A french cooker


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bobgrimm@msn.com
Remote Name:
63.184.72.16
Date:
Thursday January 02, 2003
Time:
01:32:01 AM -0500

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I've had my KAMADO for over 20 years moved it 4 times and finally need to replace a part. The clay plate that the coals rest on has broken and I found your web site looking for parts. I've enjoyed looking at the various modifcations


Name:
Rich
Remote Name:
172.174.242.251
Date:
Wednesday January 01, 2003
Time:
08:33:20 PM -0500

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Great suggestion on the prawns and scallops however, NEVER try your first incling of marinating them in dark rum and lime juice.. It sounded like a good idea but turned out to be absolutely horrible, the worst combination of flavors my family and guests have ever tasted, not to mention a waste of 3 lbs of fresh scallops! I should have known when I did an Internet recipe search on keywords "rum" and "lime" and the two never came up with each other.. especially with scallops or seafood. This was such a disappointment I would even suggest mentioning it in the page so others don't waste their money and a special moment trying to impress guests.

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