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    Hey all. I dug my old Portable Kitchen grill out the other day from behind the shed. Inherited from my wife's grandfather from the 50s or 60s. Been playing around with it for years on and mostly off. I just found your website a couple days ago and signed right up. Great info. I'm hoping to shoot some blue grouse this season to cook up, till then it's last year's elk steaks. So far so good following your advice. Thanks much.

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    WELCOME

    Love to see some pics of that vintage PK for sure.
    Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 3, 2015, 10:42 AM.

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      Welcome Aboard cnbnjntn

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        Welcome to the Pit, I had to switch to your profile page to see where you were finding all of those exotic game species! You will find a world of info here and the members are happy to share, Dan

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          Thanks for replies and hellos. cn.

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            WOW!!! Look at that old rig!!! That baby is saweeeet!! Happy to have you here. Keep the pics coming brother.

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              NICE old PK!!!

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                Welcome. Nice kitchen. Back when metal was metal, and built for a lifetime .

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                  Welcome to the PIT. Nice vintage PK. I'm sure you will do your wife's grandfather proud. Elk steak sounds delicious. I've had dear roasts, bear and moose, but not grilled or smoked. I wonder what "Rocky Mt. Oisters" taste like smoked? Need more pics.

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                    I'm curious what I've got here if anyone recognizes it. Same size as a Smokey Joe. The legs are spring loaded and fold up underneath. The two air vents besides the silver slider on the lid are on the sides above the fire -- would that be better or worse than underneath as with the Baby Weber? No brand or info on it anywhere I can see. And sorry that the picture's sideways, I'm curious about that too. Click image for larger version

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                    Welcome to the Pit cnbnjntn .. Nice to actually see a vintage PK. That's a jewel.😎

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                      Belated welcome to The Pit cnbnjntn! You'll fit in nicely here, thanks for the support!

                      Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos.

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                      Hope to hear & see more from you!

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                        Welcome, now that old rig looks like it can handle some serious cooking and made out of some real metal not tin plate.

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