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Sunday, 07 December 2008

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Kirk

Hi Jan - It's amazing what magic 65,000 BTUs does. Like
I mentioned above: "I just let her rip.......and high heat will do her thing." It's hard to imagine not having it.

Janfrederick

By the way, I just heard from the customer service rep (Ami) who handled my first attempt at buying a Big Kahuna from ShoppersChoice.com located a burner/wok kit from Eastman. From the description, it is a Baby Kahuna with an 18" wok and spoon. The 18" wok is probably just right for most uses. I understand that the 22" can be unwieldy. Here's the link she sent:

http://www.bbqguys.com/item_name_Eastman-Outdoors-Outdoor-Gourmet-18-Inch-Carbon-Steel-Wok-Kit_path__item_1693283.html

Kirk

Hey Jan - Go to T&L, they have a nice...cheap selection of carbon steel woks - you just have to know how to season them.

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