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In Reply to: Small Clarification posted by LayOffTheSauce on November 30, 2010 at 08:34:59:
LayOfftheSauce, the information you provided is very helpful. I really appreciate it. I would probably need to run a separate electrical circuit for an electric cooker, something I had not considered. I'm pretty sure Bill, my old fishing buddy, would also have to install a circuit if he bought one. (I call him old because he's 76 and I'm only 75, LOL.) Everything considered, I'm going to rule out electric cookers and look for an opportunity to sample food from a pellet cooker and learn more about them. If that doesn't work out, I may zero in on a ceramic grill. They are air tight and easy to control the temp. I had a Green Egg at one time and sold it, should have kept it. My main problem with the Egg was that it held heat so well, it was not possible to get a good air flow when cooking low and slow, had do almost totally close the intake vent, and I couldn't cook barbecue that was as good as I cook on metal cookers. I'm beginning to cook hot and fast however, so that should let me get more air flow through a ceramic. This is a long explanation, but it lets you know my thought process, however flawed it might be.
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