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Post Wed Jun 11, 2014 7:10 pm
BBcue-Z well done
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You may remember me posting several threads about these "Cyprus Grills"
http://kabobeque.com/
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They have 3 large Skewers on top that are controlled by one motor and 11 small kabob skewers controlled by a smaller motor.
They also make rotis baskets that fit in place of the large skewers. However, they're only available in Cyprus, Greece and that's where I got them :)
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One basket is deeper than the other, but hard to see in the picture. I loaded the deeper basket with boneless/skinless chicken thighs seasoned with my own chicken rub, and lemon juice, garlic & oregano. The second basket was loaded with Brats!!
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Also had a boneless leg of lamb that I cut into large chunks to put on the third skewer
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And some veggies to stir fry on the Discada (Cowboy wok)
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Started with the chicken and the Brats first
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Added the Lamb
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Veggies on the Discada
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Veggies are done
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Sliced leg of lamb
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Chicken and Brats
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Couscous and Tzatziki Sauce
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Dinner is served :)
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Post Wed Jun 11, 2014 7:44 pm
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Good Lord, Z. WANT, WANT WANT! I saw one on eBay and the look quite reasonable. Are they sturdy - IE Do the motors hold up to the loads? I'm going to go broke scanning this darn site!
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2014 10:37 am
Griffin well done
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Man oh man. I still want one of dem grills, Z. Green with envy. The food, as always, looks superb. :cheers:

Post Thu Jun 12, 2014 6:40 pm
BBcue-Z well done
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Location: Atlanta-GA
Thanks scorched_porch :D

The grill is very sturdy and very portable. It can fit in most car trunks and can be taken anywhere. It holds so much food for very small space (as you see in the pix). And uses very little charcoal and the motor handles the load well. The grill base dimensions are only 26"X 11.5", yet it cooks like a huge grill :)
We're all gone broke supporting this hobby :) I tell my wife if I were a Golfer, I'd be spending 100's each trip, so this is a much cheaper hobby :)

Thanks Griffin,
Go on and get one, we only live once :)
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Post Fri Jun 13, 2014 9:03 pm
ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Great job as usual, Z! Like the others have noted, that grill is just too cool. 8)

Post Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:51 pm
jstewart well done
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Location: Simi Valley, CA
Wow, all of the good looks great! That also looks like it would be a lot of fun, thanks for sharing.
Jimmy
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Post Sat Jun 14, 2014 7:55 pm
Old Smoker well done
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Looks fantastic, your posts are up there with Don Marco's, is there any grill you haven't used ?
22.5 WSM - Chargriller - Traeger Texas
I cook to eat not to compete


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