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July 2018 - Gold Medal Giveaway Winner!

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  • EdF
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    Agree with jfmorris - sounds better suited to your situation.

  • crunchysue
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    Thanks. That HB is definitely tempting...

  • crunchysue
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    Thanks, I have been!

  • pizza67
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    Congrats! Some tough choices ahead!!

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  • ecowper
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    crunchysue congratulations ..... so, I am a proud Hasty-Bake owner and I gotta tell you, it's my go to grill on a daily basis. I am normally cooking for my wife and I and, sometimes, the two teen girls. It's big, yes, but not complicated. And it can cook a mean Tri-Tip! It's the best all around grill I've ever had and can go from cooking a pork butt for 12 hours at 240 to searing a ribeye to medium-rare perfectly, every time. I wouldn't hesitate to have it just for me as my only cooker. BUT if I had already other cookers, I might hesitate.

    Hopefully that helps a little bit.

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  • dahcopilot
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    instagram.....

  • Rob Johnston
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    Congrats. All would be good choices in my book!

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  • FireMan
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    I held out on the congrats til it got real. Congrats! As far as your choice goes, I think you are right. The PK360 looks like the mochine. It’s not gargantuan, which you don’t need & Max’s write up and testing you can trust til the cows come home. One thing that was said that caught my attention was the reference vs. a kamado without the hassle.
    Last edited by FireMan; July 11, 2018, 09:36 AM.

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  • jfmorris
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    If you don’t want the complexity of the Hasty Bake, I think the PK360 is the way to go for charcoal - not as much grilling space, but similar in capacity to my Weber kettle, and it will last forever - cast aluminum body and stainless grates.

  • Huskee
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    Originally posted by crunchysue View Post
    OK, here's what I'm thinking. I already have a PBC, which I adore, and a big Weber Genesis Something-or-other gas grill. So I don't need another smoker. I do, however, need a charcoal grill. Now, the Hasty-Bake looks cool with its moveable charcoal tray, but also huge and complicated. (99% of the time I'm cooking for just me.) The PK 360 looks like the PBC of grills to me.
    Be sure to check out not only Max's reviews of those two grills right here at AmazingRibs.com, but also some YouTube videos (if you haven't already). This will give you a better feel for their size and which you may prefer.

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