Managing Temperatures on a Kamado Joe Grill | Tips & Techniques

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Chef Eric Gephart brings us more valuable Kamado Cooking 101 advice on How to Manage Temperatures on a Kamado Joe Grill.

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  1. ixlzz
    ixlzz says:

    As long as the lower draft opening can be made large enough to allow for the desired temp, one cannot put "too much" charcoal in the basket. The lower slide might have to be opened more, though.
    One could fill the basket to the top, and only enough charcoal could burn at any one time as can be fueled by the available inlet volume: this is how it is possible to get those 18-hour cooks at a paltry 225*F, without the whole load igniting at one time.

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