Inxider

Looking at getting my first bbq.

I would like to do almost anything I highly doubt I can get two different models.

From slow cook, to pizza from time to time if it comes out better than a regular oven.

 

 

Char-Broil Kamander http://www.walmart.com/ip/KAMANDER-nbsp-CHARCOAL-GRILL/55283713

 

Akorn http://www.walmart.com/ip/Char-Griller-AKORN-Kamado-Charcoal-Kooker-Black-E16820/40267083

 

Broil King Keg 5000 https://www.bbqguys.com/broil-king/keg-5000-steel-charcoal-kamado-grill-gray

 

PK360

https://www.homedepot.com/p/300877800

 

B series Kamado

https://m.samsclub.com/ip/bseries-kamado-red/prod21425281

 

Costco Pit Boss Kamado usually about $500

https://m.costco.com/Pit-Boss-Ceramic-BBQ-Grill.product.100378747.html



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Peter
You mentioned pizza, smoking and grilling.  This beautiful unit from EcoQue does it all.
You can grill a steak, bake breads and desserts, and the pizza stone reaches 700°.  Plus do your briskets low and slow.  Miser on fuel, hence it's name.

https://www.outdoorchefstore.com/collections/grills-ovens-smokers

Good luck.
Peter
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songdog
I'd try the Costco unit out, as the nice thing about Costco is that you can always take it back if you don't like it.
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Inxider
Thanks, but those grill oven are pretty high up there $.


i think I do the Costco thing, or if the deal on the sams still going maybe get that one.

it seem they would be more efficient than the PK360 unless I’m wrong.
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Mark_in_NoVA
Part of this depends on your budget, part of it on your preference for charcoal or gas for grilling.  You could do the above in a Weber kettle if you were clever on how you did indirect heat for smoking, were willing to limit amounts of BBQ, etc.  I like gas for grilling because of the predictability of a 15 minute preheat and can grill to time/temperature repeatedly.  There is never a problem with the chimney not igniting, running out of charcoal, etc.
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songdog
Well what did you decide to buy, and how do you like it? 🍻
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