Cookin On The Keystone

Todd Posted By Todd, Nov 20, 2012 at 9:18 PM

  1. Todd

    Todd
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    Broke out the cast iron grill tonight and cooked a couple chicken breasts. Works pretty well but you have to get a good fire going to get that grill hot since it sits about a half inch above the stone top on those iron bars.

    By the time they were cooked it was getting a little warm in here so I turned the stove down to .5 to snuff out the flame and go into low slow cat mode.

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  2. corey21

    corey21
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    Looks like some good chicken.
     
  3. Woody Stover

    Woody Stover
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    For some reason, I just got very hungry. ==c
     
  4. leeave96

    leeave96
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    I'm wondering if you could just turn the damper down, snuff out the flames, force the cat to crunch all of the smoke, send the stove top up (if necessary) to 700 degrees and cook your chicken without cooking yourself out of the room.

    Thanks!
    Bill
     
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  5. Todd

    Todd
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    I think your right, I should of turned it down sooner but It was a cold start and once the grill was hot I started cooking. Only got up to 79 in the stove room so it wasn't too bad.
     

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