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EVERYTHING KAMADO JOE
A GUIDE TO GETTING THE MOST OUT
OF YOUR NEW KAMADO JOE GRILL.
KAMADO JOE
4034 Enterprise Way, Suite 200
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
USA
KAMADOJOE.COM
SIGNATURE TASTE.
UNMATCHED VALUE.
Table of Contents
The Kamado Joe Difference… …………………………… Page
1
Like many of you, I’m passionate about outdoor cooking. Over the
years, I’ve cooked on everything from high-end stainless steel gas
grills to inexpensive briquette charcoal grills. If those were my only
choices I would pick the latter for one simple reason–the taste.
There is nothing better than the mouth-watering taste of charcoal
grilled food. Fortunately there is a better option–the Kamado Joe.
Kamado Joe Components… ……………………………… Page
2
Assembling Your Kamado Joe Grill… …………………… Page
3
Lighting Instructions… ……………………………………… Page
4
Controlling the Temperature… …………………………… Page
5
Cooking Temperature Guide… …………………………… Page
6
My passion for that signature taste led me to the Kamado style of
cooking. With Natural Lump Charcoal, these ceramic grills are the
prevailing choice for cooking flexibility and temperature range.
Using Your Kamado Joe: Baking… ……………………… Page
7
Using Your Kamado Joe: Roasting… …………………… Page
8
Using Your Kamado Joe: Grilling… ……………………… Page
9
After using a Kamado grill for years I decided to design one with
better materials and offer it at a competitive price. That was the
start of the Kamado Joe Company, and today my passion for that
signature taste still drives the innovation I put into all of our grills
and accessories.
Using Your Kamado Joe: Smoking… …………………… Page 10
When you compare the cooking advantages and cost per use, our
grills and accessories are unmatched in the value they bring to you.
Kamado Joe Accessories… ……………………………… Page 21
We have some exciting products and accessories in development
and my promise to you is to continue to innovate, inform you and
provide superior products that function as promised.
Thank you for considering Kamado Joe.
Robert “Bobby” Brennan
Founder & President
Kamado Joe Grills
Happy Grilling!
Rev 06/10
Cooking Configurations……………………………………… Page 11
Care & Maintenance………………………………………… Page 16
Safe Use of Your Kamado Joe Grill… …………………… Page 18
Kamado Joe Grills…………………………………………… Page 19
Warranty… …………………………………………………… Page 27
Online Warranty Registration……………………………… Page 28
The Kamado Joe Difference
Congratulations on the purchase of your new
Kamado Joe Grill. With normal care your Kamado Joe Grill will
provide you with a lifetime of cooking pleasure. Here are just a few
reasons why you made a good investment in a Kamado Joe Grill.
SUPERIOR TASTE
There’s only one reason to cook outside; the unique taste of
charcoal grilled food. Infrared and gas grills try to replicate it, but
there’s just no substitute for charcoal.
We only recommend Kamado Joe 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
for use in our grills, and for good reason: 1. It burns over 200°F
hotter that briquette charcoal, and even burner hotter and longer
that other lump charcoal brands. 2. Our 100% Natural Lump
Charcoal burns cleaner that other charcoal because it’s made from
hardwoods for a truly natural taste. Briquette charcoal contains
additives like borax, starch and sawdust from waste lumber.
ONLY PENNIES PER USE
There are a number of variables when trying to compare heat
sources like gas, briquette charcoal and 100% Natural Lump
Charcoal; varying BTUs per gas grill, weight versus volume of
charcoal needed. In short, our 100% Natural Lump Charcoal costs
only pennies per use and it can be relit for multiple cookings. You
can’t do that with gas or briquettes.
LOW MAINTENANCE
There’s nothing better than a grill that’s doesn’t need constant
attention. With us there’s no tanks to replace or large amounts of
ash to clean up. In fact, our grills are self-cleaning. Just fire it up
and you’re ready to go. For more information, see our Care and
Maintenance section on page 16.
READY TO COOK IN 15 MINUTES
There is a popular misconception that any charcoal grill has a
longer preheat time than gas grills. The fact is that Kamado Joe
Grills are ready in 15 minutes; the same time the typical gas grill
user takes to preheat their grill. We may have been confused with
briquette charcoal grills, which can take 30 minutes or longer.
A GRILL, A SMOKER AND AN OVEN ALL IN ONE
We call our outdoor cooker a grill, but that’s only part it. In reality,
it’s a grill, a smoker and an oven all in one. Cook as high as 750°F+
or as low as 225°F or anywhere in between with a quick adjustment
to the air flow. The flexibility comes from a combination of the
ceramic shell, air control and 100% Natural Lump Charcoal. We
even added an easy-to-read thermometer for good measure.
BUILT TO LAST A LIFETIME
Quality design and materials are just as important as the “wow
factor” of our grills. Our ceramics are backed by a 20-year
guarantee, and with average care your Kamado Joe Grill could
easily be the last grill you’ll ever buy.
Shown (Left to Right): Heat Deflector, Kamado Joe Grill, Fire Starter Cubes,
Pizza Stone, 100% Natural Lump Charcoal.
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ASSEMBLING YOUR Kamado Joe GRILL
ASSEMBLING YOUR KAMADO JOE GRILL WITH A CART
1. Cut the plastic bands and remove the top and side panels of
the shipping box.
2. Remove the top and bottom of the cart and attach them, then
depress the tabs on the two locking casters (the locking
casters indicate the front of the cart).
3. Open the grill and remove the components.
4. Gently lift the grill and place it in the cart. Adjust the position so
the front of the grill is centered between the legs with the two
locking casters. We highly recommend that two people lift
the grill into the cart due to the weight.
ADVISORY: DO NOT LIFT THE GRILL INTO THE CART BY THE
HINGE MECHANISM OR SIDE SHELF ATTACHING TABS.
5. Open the grill and fully open the bottom draft door. Place the
fire box inside the grill and align the opening at the bottom of
the fire box with the opening in the draft door. This allows the
air to flow freely into the grill and to remove ash residue with
the included ash tool.
ASSEMBLING YOUR KAMADO JOE “STAND ALONE” GRILL
AND INSERTING IT INTO YOUR KAMADO JOE GRILL TABLE
1. Follow steps 1 and 3 on the previous page, then attach the
bamboo handle with the nuts (included) and a 10mm wrench.
2.
Open the lid and place the thermometer sensor through the
small hole on the front of the lid. Slide the washer and nut onto
the sensor and turn the nut finger tight. Adjust the position of
the thermometer so it is upright, then tighten the nut with a
14mm wrench. Do not over tighten.
3.
Place the three grill feet on the bottom shelf of the grill table
and center them using the hole in the top shelf as a guide.
Form a triangle s with the top being where the back of the grill
will be placed. The other two feet should be placed just to the
left and right of the bottom draft door (See page 25).
4.
Gently place the grill into the table and adjust the feet. Be
careful not to catch the bottom draft door handle on the edge
of the hole to avoid damaging the handle or grill table surface.
We highly recommend that two people lift the grill into the
grill table due to the weight of the grill.
5. Follow steps 5 through 9 on the previous page.
6. Place the cast iron grate in the bottom of the fire box. The
ash will fall through the holes in the grate and collect
underneath the fire box.
7. Place the fire ring on top of the fire box with the “notches up”.
The notches are used to secure the legs of the Heat Deflector
accessory when cooking indirectly (see page 12).
8. Place the stainless steel cooking grate on top of the fire ring
with the hinged door in the front of the grill.
KAMADO JOE COMPONENTS
CAST IRON
TOP VENT
SPRING
HINGE
TEMP
LID
GRILLING
GAUGE
GRATE
9. Close the grill lid and place the cast iron top vent on top of the
lid neck. The “Kamado Joe” logo should face the front of the grill.
10. Attach the side shelves by placing the front pins in the slots of
the shelf brackets.
11. See the section on “Grill Bands” on page 16 to ensure that the
bands of your grill have the proper tension.
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FIRE RING
BAMBOO
CAST IRON
HANDLE
FIRE GRATE
BASE
STAINLESS
FIRE BOX
STEEL DRAFT
DOOR
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LIGHTING YOUR Kamado Joe GRILL
Controlling the temperature
Kamado Joe Fire Starter Cubes are one of the quickest ways to
start your grill. They are odorless, smokeless and environmentally
safe. Each cube burns up to 1300°F for 8-12 minutes to ensure
that you’re ready to cook in 15 minutes.
Achieving a consistent temperature as high as 750°F or as low as
225°F is easy on your Kamado Joe Grill. In fact, you can maintain
low temperatures for up to 12 hours without adding 100% Natural
Lump Charcoal.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
AIR FLOW AND TEMPERATURE
Your Kamado Joe Grill works on a
simple principle; the more air you allow
to pass through the grill, the higher the
temperature. The less air the lower the
temperature.
1. Fill fire box with Kamado Joe 100% Natural Lump Charcoal just
below holes on the side of the fire box.
2. Place 1-2 Kamado Joe Fire Starter Cubes in the charcoal so
1/4 of cube is visible.
3. Open bottom draft door fully and leave grill lid open.
4. Light the Fire Starter Cubes. The 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
will be ready in 15 minutes or less.
5. Close the grill lid and adjust air flow until the desired
temperature is reached.
Charcoal chimneys and electric starter are acceptable methods of
lighting the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal.
CAUTIONS
Do not use lighter fluid, gas or other combustible liquids to ignite
the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal. Liquid chemicals are a fire
hazard and they will impregnate the ceramic material and cause an
undesirable taste to food.
Do not use “Instant Light” briquettes. This will cause the same
undesirable taste.
Do not use any type of briquette charcoal. This type of charcoal
contains additives like borax, starch and sawdust from waste
lumber, which will leave three times the amount of ash as 100%
Natural Lump Charcoal. Also, most brands of briquette charcoal
cannot reach temperatures above 500°F.
Many new grillers think that opening the
top vent all the way will allow all the heat
to escape–just the opposite is true. A
fully open top vent will create very high
temperatures, because it increases the
air flow to the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal.
Diagram of air flow.
STEPS
1. With the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal fully lit and lid closed,
make sure the bottom draft door is fully open.
2. Open the top vent fully and monitor the temperature until it
reaches your desired temperature.
3. Close the top vent half way, wait 1-2 minutes and check the
temperature.
4. Adjusting the top vent by either closing it more (lower
temperature) or opening it more (higher temperature). A ¼”
adjustment can change the temperature as much as 25°F.
5. Monitor the temperature during cooking and if you notice that
the temperature has moved outside your desired range, adjust
the top vent in very small increments and wait 1-2 minutes.
COOKING TIP
When you open the lid to check your food, the top vent’s bottom
disk will slide to the closed position. Be sure to reset the top vent
setting after you close the lid to maintain your temperature.
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Cooking Temperature Guide
Kamado Joe GRILL: BAKING
As with all cooking guides, the settings and times are suggestions
that have worked for us. Your cooking style and tastes may be
different, but that’s the fun of owning a Kamado Joe Grill. You can
experiment and create a cooking style that fits your own taste.
For baking, it is easier to achieve your desired temperature by
keeping the draft door fully open and only adjusting the top vent.
OPEN
CLOSED
Slow Cook/Smoke (225°F–275°F)
STEPS
Depending on the type of meat, you can expect to set the time
between 30 minutes and 2 hours per pound. All slow cooking uses
a Heat Deflector for indirect heating (see page 23).
Beef Brisket…………………
Boston Butt (pulled pork)…
Chicken Wings… …………
Full Rack of Ribs……………
Roasts… ……………………
2 Hrs per lb.
2 Hrs per lb.
30 Minutes per lb.
1 Hr per lb.
OPEN
1 Hr per lb.
CLOSED
The times listed below are for cooking directly on the cooking grate
(direct heating). If you use a Heat Deflector (see page 23) for
indirect heating, a good general rule is 15 minutes per pound.
30–45 Min
60–80 Min
20-30 Min
5–10 Min
2–4 Hrs
1. When the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
is fully lit, secure the Heat Deflector legs
in the notches of the fire ring and place
the ceramic plate in the top position.
2. Place the Pizza Stone on top of the
Heat Deflector. Close the lid and allow
the plates to preheat for 10 minutes.
Roast/Bake/Grill (325°F–450°F)
Chicken (pieces)… …………
Chicken (whole)………………
Pork Tenderloin… …………
Shrimp… ……………………
Turkey…………………………
The top vent has two cast iron disks that are attached by a
screw. The top disk with the small holes is called a “daisy wheel”
and it’s used for low temperature cooking (smoking) when the
bottom disk completely covers the opening. For baking, it’s best to
use the bottom disk for achieving your desired temperature.
3. Make sure the bottom draft door is fully
open. Open the top vent fully and
monitor the temperature until it
reaches your desired temperature.
Baking configuration.
3. Close the top vent half way, wait 1-2 minutes and check the
temperature.
4. Adjusting the top vent by either closing it more (lower
temperature) or opening it more (higher temperature) by a ¼”
can change the temperature as much as 25°F.
OPEN
CLOSED
Steak House Sear (500°F–750°F)
5. Monitor the temperature during cooking and if you notice that
the temperature has moved outside your desired range, adjust
the top vent in very small increments.
The times listed below are for a meat cooked to “medium”. Adjust
the time and temperature to fit your individual taste.
COOKING TIP
If you’re baking a pizza, sprinkle corn meal on Pizza Stone just
before adding you pizza to prevent it from sticking.
Hamburgers………………… 8–10 Min
Pork Chops… ……………… 6–8 Min
Steak………………………… 6–8 Min
TIP
See all the available cooking configurations starting on page 12.
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Kamado Joe GRILL: ROASTING
Kamado Joe GRILL: GRILLING
For roasting, it is easier to achieve your desired temperature by
keeping the draft door fully open and only adjusting the top vent.
For grilling, it is easier to achieve your desired temperature by
keeping the draft door fully open and only adjusting the top vent.
The top vent has two cast iron disks that are attached by a
screw. The top disk with the small holes is called a “daisy wheel”
and it’s used for low temperature cooking (smoking) when the
bottom disk completely covers the opening. For roasting, it’s best
to use the bottom disk for achieving your desired temperature.
The top vent has two cast iron disks that are attached by a
screw. The top disk with the small holes is called a “daisy wheel”
and it’s used for low temperature cooking (smoking) when the
bottom disk completely covers the opening. For grilling, it’s best to
use the bottom disk for achieving your desired temperature.
STEPS
STEPS
1. When the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
is fully lit, secure the Heat Deflector legs
in the notches of the fire ring and place
the ceramic plate in the top or bottom
position. The bottom position should
be used if you want to place a drip pan
between the Heat Deflector and the
cooking grate. You will not damage the
ceramic plate if you allow the drippings
to fall onto it. For Heat Deflector
cleaning instructions, see page 17.
1. Allow the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
to fully light (15 minutes), then close the
lid.
2. Make sure the bottom draft door is fully
open. Open the top vent fully and
monitor the temperature until it
reaches your desired temperature.
3. Close the top vent half way, wait 1-2
minutes and check the temperature.
Roasting “Bottom” configuration.
2. Place the cooking grate on top of the Heat Deflector, and close
the lid.
3. Make sure the bottom draft door is fully open. Open the top
vent fully and monitor the temperature until it reaches your
desired temperature.
3. Close the top vent half way, wait 1-2 minutes and check the
temperature.
Grilling configuration.
4. Adjusting the top vent by either closing
it more (lower temperature) or opening it more (higher
temperature) by a ¼” can change the temperature as much as
25°F.
5. Monitor the temperature during cooking and if you notice that
the temperature has moved outside your desired range, adjust
the top vent in very small increments.
4. Adjusting the top vent by either closing it more (lower
temperature) or opening it more (higher temperature) by a ¼”
can change the temperature as much as 25°F.
5. Monitor the temperature during cooking and if you notice that
the temperature has moved outside your desired range, adjust
the top vent in very small increments.
TIP
See all the available cooking configurations starting on page 12.
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Kamado Joe GRILL: SMOKING
COOKING CONFIGURATION: baking
For smoking, it’s best to close the bottom draft door down to ½”
to 1” open. Control the air flow with the top vent by fully closing the
bottom disk and use the “daisy wheel” (the top disk with the small
holes).
STEPS
1. When the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal
is fully lit, secure the Heat Deflector legs
in the notches of the fire ring and place
the ceramic plate in the top or bottom
position. The bottom position should
be used if you want to place a drip pan
between the Heat Deflector and
cooking grate. You will not damage the
ceramic plate if you allow the drippings
to fall onto it. For Heat Deflector
cleaning instructions, see page 17.
Roasting “Bottom” configuration.
2. Place the cooking grate on top of the Heat Deflector, and close
the lid.
3. Close the bottom draft door down to ½” to 1” open.
4. Close the top vent and turn the daisy wheel so it is fully open. Wait 5-10 minutes and check the temperature.
5. Adjusting the daisy wheel by either closing it more (lower
temperature) or opening it more (higher temperature) and wait
1-2 minutes for the temperature to adjust. If the temperature is
still to too high, close the draft door another ¼” to ½”.
6. Monitor the temperature during cooking and if you notice that
the temperature has moved outside your desired range, adjust
the top vent and/or bottom draft door in very small increments.
TIP
When smoking, the low temperature will stabilize after an hour.
Figure 1
Figure 2
BAKING (Figure 1)
Use this configuration for heating foods that can be cooked in
ceramic or metal containers like casseroles and hot appetizers. A
pizza cannot be baked directly on the Heat Deflector. The bottom
crust will burn.
Accessories: Heat Deflector
BAKING (Figure 2)
The perfect configuration for baking pizza, cookies or bread.
Accessories: Heat Deflector, Pizza Stone
See all the available cooking configurations starting on page 12.
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COOKING CONFIGURATION: ROASTing
Figure 1
Figure 2
ROASTING (Figure 1)
This configuration works well for roasting chicken (with or without
a Chicken Stand), turkey or other foods with indirect heat. Use this
set up if you do not use a drip pan. It’s also a better set up than
Figure 2 for adding wood chips.
Accessories: Heat Deflector, Chicken Stand (optional)
ROASTING (Figure 2)
This configuration works just as well as Figure 1, but it allows you to
use a drip pan between the Heat Deflector and cooking grate.
Accessories: Heat Deflector, Chicken Stand (optional)
COOKING CONFIGURATION: Grilling
Figure 1
Figure 2
GRILLING (Figure 1)
This configuration is the standard way of grilling on your Kamado
Joe Grill. Great for steaks, hamburgers, chicken breasts or anything
you want to cook directly over the 100% Natural Lump Charcoal.
Accessories: None
GRILLING (Figure 2)
If you’re grilling delicate foods like seafood, fish or vegetables you
can use the Heat Deflector metal stand to raise the food higher
in your Kamado Joe Grill. Moving food away from the direct heat
prevent the outside from charring as much as Figure 1.
To simulate Figure 2 without a Heat Deflector, you can use a
Kamado Joe Grill Expander (see page 25).
Accessories: Heat Deflector
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COOKING CONFIGURATION: SMOKing
CARE & MAINTENANCE
Your Kamado Joe Grill is made of quality materials, so general care
and maintenance is minimal. The best way to protect your Kamado
Joe from the elements is with a Grill Cover. They are available for
the standard configuration with a cart and for the Kamado Joe
Stand Alone Grill in our Teak Grill Table (see page 24).
CARE & MAINTENANCE
ReMOVING ASHES
Occasionally, you will need to remove the ashes underneath the
fire box. You Kamado Joe includes an ash tool and here are the
steps for removing ashes from a grill in a cart and a grill table:
STEPS
1.If there is partially used charcoal in the grill, stir the charcoal so
any ash in the fire box will drop down.
2. Open the bottom draft door, and place a small container under
the opening to catch the ash. For Grill Tables, use a dust pan,
paper plate or newspaper to catch the ash.
Figure 1
Figure 2
SMOKING (Figure 1)
This configuration works well for smoking Boston butts, brisket,
ribs other foods with indirect heat. Use this set up if you do not use
a drip pan. It’s also a better set up than Figure 2 for adding wood
chips. Food will tend to cook faster with this set up.
Accessories: Heat Deflector
SMOKING (Figure 2)
This configuration is the standard choice for low-temperature
cooking with indirect heat. Use this set up if you use a drip pan.
Accessories: Heat Deflector
3. Insert the ash tool through the draft door and pull the ash out
into the container.
Optional: Remove the cooking grate, fire ring and fire box from
the grill, and use a small scoop to remove the ash. Reinsert the
internal components.
Grill Bands
Check the position and tightness of the bands at the beginning of
each grilling season or annually.
If the bands are in the proper position, use a 10mm wrench and
Allen wrench to check the tightness of each band connector. You
should not be able to easily turn the Allen wrench while holding the
nut in place. If loose, tighten firmly.
If a band is not centered on the gasket material, loosen the
band enough to push it back in place with a blunt instrument like
a flat head screwdriver. Tighten the band connector with a 10mm
wrench and Allen wrench.
Continued on next page.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
CARE & MAINTENANCE
Mold
If your Kamado Joe Grill is out in the elements and you do not
use your grill for an extended period of time (we don’t understand
why that would ever be the case), moisture can be trapped inside
the grill and you may see areas of mold on the cooking grate or
internal ceramics. Do not use bleach or other cleaning products.
It will add an unpleasant taste to food.
HEAT DEFLECTOR AND PIZZA STONE
Kamado Joe Grills work like a self-cleaning oven
To Self-clean your Kamado Joe Grill:
1. Add charcoal, light it and allow the grill to heat to a
temperature of 600°F for 15 minutes.
2. Allow the grill to cool down completely, then brush the grilling
grate before the next cooking.
Care and Cleaning of the Ceramic Plates
1. Allow ceramics to cool completely before cleaning or storage.
2. Scrape or wipe off food material with a brush or clean dry cloth
after each use, and store inside in a dry place.
TIPS
• Do not place on tables or surfaces that are not heat-resistant.
• Do not use to either plate to cook with on a stove top.
• Do not season with olive oil or other cooking oils.
• Do not use cleaning chemicals or soap and water.
• Do not soak in water. It will retain water, which may cause it
to crack with the next use.
Gasket replacement
The gasket material will degrade over time, and depending on your
use, the felt gasket material under the bands and the neck of the
lid will need to be replaced every 1-2 years.
SAFETY
Replacing Gasket Material
2. Never place your Kamado Joe Grill directly on a wooden deck or
table and cook with it. It may damage the surface or cause a fire.
Only use your grill in the provided cart or in one of our Grill
Tables.
1. Heat the grill to 400°F and allow it to cool until it is warm
to the touch (approximately 125°F).
2. Find the end of the gasket material or carefully cut it with a box
cutter, and pull the gasket material away from the ceramics.
3. Clean the area with an adhesive remover or solvent.
4. Pull the protective layer away from the new adhesive layer and
apply the new gasket material.
5. Keep pulling away the protective layer until the new gasket
material reaches the starting point.
6. Use a box cutter or scissors to cut the gasket material so it
meets the starting point.
TIP
The top vent should fit snuggly. You may need to apply two layers of
gasket material.
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Follow these safety guidelines at all times:
1. Your Kamado Joe is designed for outdoor use only.
3. Wait until the ashes are completely cool before removing them
from your grill and disposing of them.
4. Do not use gasoline or other combustible liquids to ignite the
100% Natural Lump Charcoal in your Kamado Joe Grill.
5. Never move your grill while it is hot or if there are hot ashes in it.
6. Avoid “Flashbacks” when cooking. If you operate your grill above
500°F, then deprive the fire of oxygen by closing the top and bottom
air vents, a sudden surge of flame called a “flashback” can occur if
you suddenly open the lid of the grill. This occurs because of the
sudden exposure to oxygen, which causes a brief but intense flame.
To prevent a flashback, open the lid about 1” for 2-3 seconds, then
you can open the lid fully.
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KAMADO JOE GRILLS (WITH CART)
KAMADO JOE “STAND ALONE” GRILLS
Set of 3 Matching Grill Feet
in Black or Red Included
Kamado Joe “Stand Alone” Grills are designed to be used with
Kamado Joe Grill Tables or in an outdoor kitchen. They carry
the same materials, quality and dimensions as our standard
configuration, with the elimination of the side shelves and cart.
Kamado Joe Grills are Available in Two Colors:
•Red with Natural Bamboo Side Shelves and Handle
•Black with Teak-finished Bamboo Side Shelves and Handle
Our grills come fully assembled. Simply place the empty grill in the
cart, insert the internal components and attach the top vent and
side shelves. Set up time is less than 30 minutes.
We use high quality materials so your Kamado Joe Grill will look for
years to come. See for yourself.
MATERIALS
Base/Lid… ………………………
Glaze………………………………
Handle/Shelves (Red)…………
Handle/Shelves (Blk)… ………
Top Vent/Fire Grate……………
Bands… …………………………
Spring Hinge… …………………
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High Fire Heat-Resistant Ceramics
Heat-Resistant Ceramic Coating
Finished Bamboo
Bamboo/Teak Finish
Cast Iron
Powder Coated Galvanized Steel
Powder Coated Galvanized Iron
Available in Two Colors and Four Configurations:
•Red with Natural Bamboo, Black Steel Bands
•Red with Natural Bamboo, Stainless Steel Bands
•Black with Teak-finished Bamboo, Black Steel Bands
•Black with Teak-finished Bamboo, Stainless Steel Bands
Stand Alone Grills come fully assembled. Simply place the empty
grill in the Grill Table, insert the internal components and attach
the top vent. Set up time is less than 30 minutes.
MATERIALS
Base/Lid… ………………………
Glaze………………………………
Handle/Shelves (Red)…………
Handle/Shelves (Blk)… ………
Top Vent/Fire Grate……………
Bands (Black)……………………
Bands (Stainless Steel)… ……
Spring Hinge… …………………
High Fire Heat-Resistant Ceramics
Heat-Resistant Ceramic Coating
Finished Bamboo
Bamboo/Teak Finish
Cast Iron
Powder Coated Galvanized Steel
Stainless Steel
Powder Coated Galvanized Iron
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100% NATURAL LUMP CHARCOAL
FIRE STARTER CUBES
We recommend our 100% Natural Lump Charcoal as a heat
source for your Kamado Joe Grill. It’s made from a blend of
hardwoods, and unlike briquettes
that contain chemicals and fillers,
100% Natural Lump Charcoal
lets the true flavor of your food
come through.
Kamado Joe Fire Starter Cubes
are the quickest way to start your
grill. They are odorless, smokeless
and environmentally safe. Each
cube burns up to 1300°F for 8-12
minutes to ensure that you’re ready
to cook in 15 minutes.
100% Natural Lump Charcoal
Burns CLEANER.
That’s why steaks, ribs, seafood,
and chicken are juicier and more
delicious when grilled over 100%
Natural Lump Charcoal. Briquette
charcoal contains additives like
borax, starch and sawdust from
waste lumber.
Kamado Joe Fire Starter Cubes:
•Burns up to 1300°F for 8-12 minutes
•Non-toxic, no oils or chemicals, no flare-up
•Clean, odorless, smokeless and environmentally safe
•Perfect replacement for charcoal lighter fluid
•Quickest way to start a fire
•Lights even when wet
100% Natural Lump Charcoal Burns HOTTER.
You can achieve much higher temperatures for steakhouse searing.
It gives steaks that ”sizzle” right off the grill, and it’s the choice of
professional and competition chefs around the world.
100% Natural Lump Charcoal Burns LONGER.
When you need to cook low and slow for several hours your best
choice is 100% Natural Lump Charcoal. Other brands of lump
charcoal and briquette charcoal can’t hold a flame to ours when it
come to burn time.
100% Natural Lump Charcoal COSTS LESS PER USE.
Our 100% Natural Lump Charcoal is made from hardwood trees.
That means you use less than other brands of lump charcoal. Our
100% Natural Lump Charcoal can be relit for multiple cookings–you
can’t do that with briquette charcoal.
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GRILL COVERS
Our Premium Gill Covers are made
of durable vinyl for all-weather
protection to extend the life of
your Kamado Joe Grill. Custom
and available in black. Covers
are available for standard
Kamado Joe Grills that use
cart and Stand Alone Grills that use
a Kamado Joe Teak Grill Table.
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HEAT DEFLECTOR
CHICKEN STAND
Our Heat Deflector is one of our
most versatile accessories because
it allows you to bake, grill or smoke
with indirect heat.
The Kamado Joe Chicken Stand
is the perfect way to roast a
chicken for incredible tenderness.
Roasting vertically allows the
outside of the chicken to brown
uniformly without charring the
bottom, and eliminates sticking to
the cooking grate.
The metal stand has a two-position
setting for the ceramic plate, and
it can be used by itself to raise
food higher in the grill. Perfect
for tender foods like seafood, fish
and vegetable. See all the different
configurations possible starting on
page 12.
Bottom Position Setting
Fill the stand with your favorite
liquid to infuse flavor into the
meat. Use beer, juices or your
favorite marinade for unbeatable
finger-licking chicken.
Top position Setting
PIZZA STONE
GRILL EXPANDER
The advantages of our high-impact
ceramic Kamado Joe Pizza Stone
is that it distributes heat evenly
across the entire surface, and
absorbs excess moisture. Excellent
for baking pizza, but it can also be
used for bread, cookies or any food
that can be baked in a ceramic or
metal container like casseroles or
hot appetizers.
Add up to 60% more cooking
area with our premium Grill
Expander. It’s also an excellent
way to cook tender food like
seafood, fish and vegetables.
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It can also be used with a
heat deflector for smoking or
roasting. Made of 304 Grade
Stainless Steel for easy clean
up and years of use.
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SOLID TEAK GRILL TABLE
STAINLESS STEEL GRILL TABLES
Enjoy the beauty and weather-resistance of a Kamado Joe Teak
Grill Table. Designed for plenty of working area on the large table
top. Assembly is quick and easy in as little as 15 minutes.
Our Stainless Steel Grill Table is the ultimate in beauty and weather
resistance. Constructed of brushed 304 stainless steel. Comes
fully assembled.
Features:
•Solid Teak construction
•Locking Casters for stability
Features:
•Fold-down Side Shelves
•Locking Casters for stability
•Spacious storage area
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Kamado Joe LIMITED Warranty
Kamado Joe warrants that this Kamado Joe grill and smoker is free of defects
in both material and workmanship at the date of purchase for the following
periods with respect to the following components:
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Twenty (20) years for all ceramic parts (dome, base, firebox and fire ring)
Five (5) years for all metal parts (excluding cast-iron parts)
One (1) year for all cast-iron parts (top vent or lid and fire grate)
Thirty (30) days on thermometers and felt gaskets
online warranty registration
register your kamado joe grill
at www.kamadojoe.com
Warranty coverage commences on the original date of purchase and covers only
the original purchaser. Sales receipt is required for proof of purchase.
REGISTER ONLINE
Registering your Kamado Joe grill is easy. Go to our website
and fill out the online registration form. Registration also entitles
you to special offers and promotions.
If a defect in material or workmanship is discovered during the applicable
warranty period, Kamado Joe will, at our sole option, replace the defective
component at no cost to you for the component itself. The owner is required to
pay all other costs of warranty service, including returning defective components
and labor charges.
If you do not have an internet connection your local retailer
can help you. Write down your serial number located on the
bottom of your grill and take it to your local retailer. They will be
happy to help you register your Kamado Joe grill.
This warranty does not apply to damage caused by abuse or use of the product
for purposes other than that for which it is designed, damage caused by lack
of proper maintenance or installation, damages caused by accidents or natural
disasters, damage caused by unauthorized attachments or modifications or
damage during shipment. This warranty does not cover damage from normal
wear and tear from use of the product (for example, scratches, dents, dings
and chipping).
REGISTER BY PHONE
Call us Toll Free at (877) 215-6299.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, WRITTEN OR ORAL, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE
WARRANTY PERIOD FOR THE APPLICABLE COMPONENT. Some states do not
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you.
THE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY OR OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED AS SPECIFIED
HEREIN TO REPLACEMENT. IN NO CASE SHALL KAMADO JOE BE LIABLE FOR
ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of special, incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE:
Please feel call our customer service department at (877) 215-6299 or write
to us at Warranty Service, Kamado Joe, 4034 Enterprise Way, Suite 200,
Flowery Branch, GA 30542.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other
rights that vary from state to state.
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