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Deck Addition & Grill Table

I've been looking at kamado-style grills for a while and my wife let me pull the plug on getting one. So, to prep we decided to extend our deck and build a small kitchen area. It's 6'x9'. I put a trim board around the edge to insure nothing rolled off. After the extension, I built a table and it's been working fabulous ever since. Everything is pressure treated lumber except for the top. I made that from ChoiceDek from Lowes. I'm glad I went with it as it makes a great top. I've had it for 13 days & I've used it 9 times. First time I've cooked on charcoal (lump) since mid to late 70's when my parents went to gas for ease of grilling. This think is great. Gotta love the Primo Oval XL. It's a little bigger the a Big Green Egg XL, but also oval instead of round.

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I will be coming thru in a couple of weeks on the way to Table Rock. When is a good time to stop by to pick up some Ribs!!!!!!!!!!!!


Looks great Mark. Did you pick up the casters from Woodcraft when they were on sale last week?


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I will be coming thru in a couple of weeks on the way to Table Rock. When is a good time to stop by to pick up some Ribs!!!!!!!!!!!!Gary
Honestly I don't see me cooking them any time soon. I'm not a big ribs fan. So far I've just been cooking chicken tenderloins, turkey burgers, pizzas, & pork chops. Depending on the forecast, I may try pulled pork next weekend as I'm busy the weekend.

Either way, give me a ring if you have time. Be glad to grab a cup of coffee or other beverage of choice with ya...


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Looks great Mark. Did you pick up the casters from Woodcraft when they were on sale last week?

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Turned out looking pretty good mate! Funny you should mention pulled pork though, I've had a 5lb pork butt sitting in the smoker for about 8 hours now. Great minds think alike I guess

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Turned out looking pretty good mate! Funny you should mention pulled pork though, I've had a 5lb pork butt sitting in the smoker for about 8 hours now. Great minds think alike I guess
Sounds yummy. I love pulled pork but I've never made it. Hopefully I don't ruin good meat.

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Sounds yummy. I love pulled pork but I've never made it. Hopefully I don't ruin good meat.
Easiest thing in the world, just cook it low and slow. 225f for about 8-10 hours is what I do

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