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Primo Grills & Smokers
Primo Grills And Smokers Are The ONLY
American Made Ceramic Kamado Grills!
Cooks Direct and Indirect Simultaneously!!
Patented Oval Design Allows For Greater
Flexibility And Versatility!!
Experience The Quality!!
Teak Table for the Oval XL
This elegant Table for the Oval XL Primo Grill is made
from unfinished Teak, it can be stained any color you
desire and makes the perfect addition to your Primo Grill and Smoker.
- Made specifically for the Primo Grill Oval XL
- Teak wood construction (Unfinished)
- Heavy Duty Casters provide easy movement
- Dimensions: 61 "W-25"D-32"H
Kamado Joe Ceramic Grills
We’re passionate about outdoor cooking. Cooking, grilling and smoking food over a charcoal fire adds a rich smoky flavor that only natural lump charcoal offers – it’s the difference between just ordinary grilling and an outdoor feast. Our goal is for you to experience rich, succulent flavor each time you use your Kamado Grill. Compare our grills to the competition. We believe you want products that function at the highest level, look aesthetically pleasing and last a lifetime - you will find our grills are made of higher grade materials, a superior design and all at a preferred price – One of the greatest rewards of owning a Kamado grill is it’s a grill, a smoker and an oven all rolled into one. Imagine a sizzling ribeye, a pork butt smoked to tender perfection or your favorite homemade pizza all prepared from the same “grill”. Smoke for 24 hours at 180°F or heat it up to 750°F for a perfectly seared steak. No other grill offers such versatility. Never use starter fluid or “instant light” briquettes. It will give an undesirable flavor to your food and impregnate the ceramic material of your Kamado Grill.
A bit about Kamado style cooking:
Clay vessels have been used by humans to cook food for many thousands of years; found in every part of the world and some of the earliest dated by Archaeologists to be over 3000 years old have been found in China. It is believed that in the circular clay cooking vessels are the origins of the modern Kamado grills, the clay finally being superseded by ceramic materials. The name "Kamado" is, the Japanese word for “stove” or “cooking range”. Kamado has become a generic term for this style of grill. Kamado grills are generally fueled by charcoal although some attempts have been made to fire them with gas or electricity. Kamado style grills are made from a variety of materials including high fire ceramics, refractory materials, traditional terra cotta and a mix of Portland cement and crushed lava rock. Outer surfaces also vary from a high gloss ceramic glaze, paint, textured stucco-like surface and ceramic tiles. The use of modern ceramic and refractory materials ensures that the units seldom crack – a common fault in the original Japanese design. (Brands using other materials, notably Portland cement) still suffer from cracking problems.) With ceramic construction there is no flavor contamination (metallic taste) to the cooked food and for the same reasoning, lump wood charcoal is the preferred choice for modern Kamado cooking. Not only does lump charcoal produce little ash, the alternative charcoal briquettes contain many additives that can contaminate the flavor of the food.
Kamado Joe Grilling/Slow Cooker/Roasting/Searing/Smoking Temperature Times
Kamado Joe / Primo Ceramic Charcoal Grills : St Louis
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