Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Charcoal cookers (such as Weber Kettles)
Joeka
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Re: Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Post by Joeka » Fri Nov 09, 2012 5:46 pm

Cool, may take a look tomorrow. Seems that the strange opening hours are because he has a BBQ stand at Orange Grove markets until just after midday.


Pickeee
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Re: Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Post by Pickeee » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:30 pm

Finally caught up with Dave today and bought a bag of sticks and some of the compressed stuff. Figured id give it a try after finishing my 10hour smoked beef roast. Left it for about 10 mins came back and the temp was clocked. Now I know what they mean by opening the kamado slowly. Copped a face full of fire. On a plus not the stuff is great. Not sure about long burns but seems to be perfect for searing. Have to wait to next month for the big logs.

Must say though Dave seems like a top bloke and good for a chat!

Livewire
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Re: Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Post by Livewire » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:42 pm

Pickeee wrote:Not sure about long burns but seems to be perfect for searing. Have to wait to next month for the big logs.
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For low and slow I use a 50/50 mix of the stick and compressed turds and can do a 14+ hours with still over a third left. That is when you pack it correclty in a big cone shape and only lite the top

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belandaaron
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Re: Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Post by belandaaron » Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:44 pm

Dave,

Would you consider keeping us updated with a post on here with your stock levels perhaps? Also might save you getting the starndard phones calls every day with people wondering if you have any.

Just a thought.
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emberpak
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Re: Newbie at charcoal and Kamado. Emberpak?

Post by emberpak » Wed Nov 21, 2012 5:09 pm

Hi all,

We are indeed back in stock of our stick & branch charcoal, with more stock coming in Dec, plus some of the larger lump. We also have plenty of stock of our charcoal briquettes (both sawdust and coconut shell).

Frankly, demand at the moment is ridiculous. Already a third of our stock is gone again within a matter of days. :shock:

Just as an FYI, since we are getting close to Xmas, we will be closed Xmas through to New Years day and also from mid January 2013 to beginning of February 2013.

Regards,

David


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