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The OG has joined the PARTY

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    The OG has joined the PARTY

    The Grilla OG is now officially part of the cooking arsenal. Probably won’t be able to use it for a week or so but it’s set up.

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      Let us see the products when you fire it up.


        Congrats. Lookin' forward to photos of yur first cook.




            Looking very nice


              Looks like it fits in well!!


                Looks great in that spot. Congrats!


                  Yup, looks like it belongs,


                    Looks like it fit right in! Have fun cooking.


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                      • fracmeister
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                        googling Grilla OG

                      Nice setup!



                        where did you get the chair? Is it wood or composite? Looking for some of those.


                        • ssandy_561
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                          Got the chair and all of out deck furniture from Kauffman Outdoor Furniture here in central Ohio. We love the stuff


                        • barelfly
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                          ssandy_561 thanks for the link! See if they have a way of shipping, or if I can find a local retailer that sells those. Appreciate it!

                          Enjoy the OG!

                        ssandy_561 that is looking great!

                        I think you may have told us before during your kitchen build, but how do you cover the grills, especially the flat top? Or do you? If I do something like this for my Camp Chef FTG900 and SNS Kamado, my main concern is the flat top - I can't just leave it exposed to the elements, or it will end up covered in rust, bird crap, pollen and tree sap. And I really don't want to have water coming into the top vent of the kamado every time it rains as well. I can put a pipe on the back for an umbrella (or two), but unless I cut own the grill covers I have for the two grills, and restitch them to be short, not sure how I cover them if I build them in.


                        • ssandy_561
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                          I keep the Weber Kettle "naked". I've never got water in it. I have a stainless steel cover for the griddle I had fabricated when I had some one fabricate the top for my outdoor kitchen. You can see it in the original post of the build for my outdoor kitchen post #14


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                        • jfmorris
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                          ssandy_561 thanks - that answers some questions. I may have to see about a stainless cover for the Camp Chef FTG900 - someone on Etsy was selling one a year ago when I first got that cooker. Yep - just checked and it can be had for $185. Might work fine, but I might also have to put something heavy on it to keep it from blowing off in a storm.

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