Grandfire Kamado Grill – Stand Alone

$1,099.00

Description

History

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Clay vessels have been used by humans to cook food for many thousands of years. Clay cooking pots have been 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believed that in these circular clay cooking vessels are the origins of the modern Kamado albeit the clay finally being superseded by ceramic materials. All over the globe this elementary cooking vessel has evolved in many different ways, the tandoor for example in India and in Japan, the mushikamado; a device designed to steam rice and used by Japanese families for ceremonial occasions. The mushikamado first came to the attention of the Americans after the Second World War. The name “kamado” is, in fact, the Japanese word for “stove” or “cooking range”.

New Generation BBQ Oven – Built For Ocassion

Once you try the Grandfire Kamado for yourself you’ll be amazed by its versatility and before long it will become the envy of your friends! One of the big advantages is that it is multifaceted. Its ability to grill, smoke, sear and bake makes it an ingenuous grilling tool.

Split and Cook