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Sunday, 12 July 2009



Hi Kirk, I am actually in California. I know that Kiawe is similar to mesquite but none of the mesquite I've tried gave results like this ono charcoal did. So thanks to your post I've found my ultimate charcoal for BBQ from now on.

Btw the ribs looked awesome!


Hi CL - Cool, I'm glad this has been of some use! Thanks for the kind words!

Jeff c

Great recipe and I'm looking forward to trying it. My wife loves Kalbi and is always looking forward to eating it. I've used apple sauce before and had similar results but definitely get better taste notes with Asian pears. I'll definitely try it with kiwis too. The Ono charcoal looks great. I've never done barbecuing with hardwood charcoal before. I'll have to peruse my Steven Raichlen BBQ bible book and see whats up.


Hi Jeffrey - Hardwood charcoal is great stuff, it adds so much. I've never gone back to briquettes.


Yup I totally did it wrong. I google it up on line but that person did it totally different but got the job done. I prefer the fancier restaurant style more.



Hi Billy - It's actually really just need a sharp knife and some practice.

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