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    SOLD: REC TEC MATADOR RT-G450 Propane Wok

    Selling my Matador since I keep hearing, "We don’t need another cooker on the patio!"

    It came with the purchase of my pellet grill late last year and I literally haven’t even opened it. Its taking up room in my garage and I need to get rid of it.

    You can check out their website to find out more about it.
    Learn more about the recteq difference with our superior build quality, precise temperature control pellet grills and pick the right one for you.

    Asking $200

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    To far away for me, but sure looks nice


      Too far for me as well And I’m a Recteq owner already. Would fit right in. Oh well 🤷‍♂️


        Honestly there are probably a lot of people here that have something similar and can probably help you find reasons to keep and actually use this. I’ll help…
        1. set the price so high that no one will buy it, this will buy you some time while you complain that no one wants to buy it and you’re stuck with it.
        2. start a new thread called "what should I cook on this?"
        3. Be amazed at the creativity here
        4. Cook those meals for SWMBO
        5. Be amazed and wonder why you let it sit in your garage for so long without using it.

        You’re welcome


          FireMan always has some amazing wok pics so I bet he has some ideas.


            I would keep it and give it a work out.

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            Yes, I like mine!


              Bottom line, it is a big wok, skillet, pot, griddle. Whatever you can do on those you can do on it. Cool!


              • Alphonse
                Alphonse commented
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                Yes, the wok comes with it and is a very nice pan.

              Wow, distance is an issue for me too unfortunately.
              I use a turkey deep fryer burner with a wok for that style of cooking or blackening with a cast iron pan.


                Oh damn, I'd love to have it, but "We don’t need another cooker on the patio!"


                  treesmacker Exactly!

                  I have two Blackstone grills now! I'm sure there are a few things the wok will do that the Blackstone won't but I just don't think I would use it much.


                    SOLD! Thread can be closed! Thanks! Huskee



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