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  2. Have you done a video showing all your kit and what it does? Could be a fun video.
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  4. New video, how to cook a Pizza with a BBQ-Toro/Lodge Sportsman Grill.
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  6. Overmont on Amazon, I have this and it is great. I sealed it with lard. I only wash with water (no soap) and a plastic scraper, and wipe it all over with some rapeseed oil after use. never lets me down, never sticks. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B082TPV1Z9/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  7. My wife has used our Dutch Oven and my skillet to bake bread in. She recently started making sour dough , so we continually have the starter in our fridge.
  8. There has been a video of this brisket being cooked in an offset smoker uploaded to youtube today. Might be worth a check out. The channel is called wilsons BBQ
  9. Not sure if these are UK made?. I own the Lodge combo version of this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07V4JVYG6? But this Kichly version is well reviewed and at £22.94 is a bargain imho. It has so many uses and is my most commonly used piece of cast iron I own. I fry steaks in the skillet and do rice dishes or stews in the deeper one. I also deep fry breaded chicken pieces in it and have even baked bread in it.
  10. Picked up at 3kg Point in Sainsbury’s of all places yesterday. Never done a brisket before, figured this would be a good place to start.
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  12. I think the best way of splitting the thread up is to just simply start a new post when the subject changes and make sure the title is relevant and the search function will do the rest👍 If its specific equipment for the Aldi Kamado just note it in the title. Cooks in a generic section since brand/equipment dont really matter. Just my suggestions😁 (i dont mind that this post has gone on for so long by the way haha)🍻
  13. i found this handle badge doodah on ebay for our AK search for "Aldi Kamado Accessories, Aldi Kamado Handle Badge, Plate, Cover, Custom, Mods" sold by mjsgifts for ~£6
  14. So....as a starter for 10..... Aldi Kamado compatible parts. Aldi Kamado cooking times. A.K cooking temps. A.K cooking hints and tips. Your A.K cooking triumphs. Your A.K cooking failures! Or should they just be generic Kamado/green egg/Primo etc etc?
  15. i know nobody asked about a vote, but after spending a fair amount of hundred pages going over stuff trying to find which parts are known compatable, I'd also like this topic broken out into its own section if possible. We've come this far....
  16. I’m looking at getting some more bits, and was looking at UK made stuff, but the bits I’ve seen are expensive. If anyone knows decent priced UK made Cast Iron then give a shout.
  17. The same here mate, I have two of my own that I use on my little castiron stove, then we have a set of 4 or 5 that are the SWMBO and never leave the house..😉 Ice.
  18. For the last week and a bit, me and the family have been camping in Norfolk, and now moved into Suffolk, which has been great fun as it seems London is becoming twinned with Atlantis at the moment 🌧. With this we have decided to avoid the usual poorly cook burgers/sausages on the makeshift bbq, and tried to get a few different meals in. So I decided to try to cook most nights on the Dutch oven, and I must admit the results have been pretty good. Must admit it would have been nice to have taken some more spices and tried to make a few more things from scratch, but I have enjoyed the hour each night sat by the coals and relaxing while dinner is cooking away. Wish I had taken some pictures of the results.
  19. Really like this idea I used to have incredibly bad asthma and every time we wanted to have a barbecue in the garden I would have to go inside because the smoke made me wheeze . Hope it goes well
  20. Thanks for the recommendation , i will certainly try it and yes they do have a great selection. I have been eyeing up the suckling pig also lol. never attempted that either.
  21. Indeed. That Miguel Vergara was the first brisket I cooked hot and fast. Had me doubting myself as it was ready to come off the grill after 4 and a bit hours. Needn't have worried, probably the best one I've done in my short smoking time.
  22. Davidsons have one of the best, if not the best, selection of brisket. Try the Miquel Vergara....they are absolutely superb!
  23. Member 1 Posted 5 minutes ago Hey guys ive been getting into smoking meats for the past half a year or so. I bought a Pellet smoker (GMG Daniel Boone) and the thing is great. So far ive done pork ribs, beef short ribs , Pichania , pulled pork shoulder and whole chicken. Ive never done a whole brisket yet (just a flat) which came out okay but not as tender or moist as i would like. Thought i would show you guys the buthcher i use up in scotland. Their a bit pricey but have a good BBQ selection. Check them out and please post which butchers you guys use and recommend. https://www.johndavidsons.com/pitmaster-bbq
  24. Hey guys ive been getting into smoking meats for the past half a year or so. I bought a Pellet smoker (GMG Daniel Boone) and the thing is great. So far ive done pork ribs, beef short ribs , Pichania , pulled pork shoulder and whole chicken. Ive never done a whole brisket yet (just a flat) which came out okay but not as tender or moist as i would like. Thought i would show you guys the buthcher i use up in scotland. Their a bit pricey but have a good BBQ selection. Check them out. https://www.johndavidsons.com/pitmaster-bbq
  25. That would do the job as it's Stainless Steel. I'd stay away from Galvanised due to the fumes it produces at higher heats. You can get the restaurant grade lumpwood charcoal at some B&Qs. I got a bag last week and its been good so far in both Aldi Kamado and the wee Lidl one.
  26. Thanks for the info fella, will get that organized
  27. Ouch, that sounds sore! I did mine myself, I ended up taking out what I could from inside and took the lid off at the hinge to make it more manageable. Was still blooming heavy at that so lifting the whole thing not shocked! Here's to a quick recovery and many good cooks on the Kamado.
  28. Buy better charcoal. Your cooks will go much smoother and the food will taste loads better. CPL deliver for not a lot of money. Search locally.....my local logs supplier does 12Kg blue bags of restaurant charcoal for a tenner if you collect from their site. Way cheaper than that nasty instant light rubbish.
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