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Kamado Joe Ceramic Grill

The Kamado Joe is an elegant, well-crafted ceramic cooker that sets a new standard for craftsmanship and innovation. The grill features a thick-walled, heat-resistant shell that locks in smoke and moisture at any temperature. Beneath the easy-open lid, a large cooking surface crafted from commercial-grade 304 stainless steel provides ample space to cook your feast. It also features a unique multilevel grate and heat deflection system called "Divide and Conquer”, a revolutionary multi-level, half rack design that frees you to cook different foods in different styles at different temperatures all at the same time. You’ll end up with a perfect, well-rounded meal without ever leaving the grill.

Available in Europe here




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