Category: Primo

The Primo ceramic grill is a kamado style grill which is a 3,000 year old design for a grill originating in Japan. The design holds temps for 20 hours on a single load of charcoal set to low and slow or can be cranked up to wicked high temps to get that perfect sear on their cast iron grill grates. The Primo improved on that timeless design with a very simple, and yet ingenious tweak in that the Primo folks simply widened the grill. Instead of a circle, it’s now a wide oval which allows for the grill to be loaded with slabs and slabs of ribs, something that is not attainable even with a rib rack on most kamados. I almost forgot to mention that the Primo is the only kamado on the market that is made in America. 

We have cooked all sorts of things on our Primo from bacon wrapped chicken lollipops, to 3-2-1 ribs, to WINE can chicken, to pork spare ribs in a foil boat, to pork belly hot dogs. YES thats pork belly made into hot dogs. 

Stuffed Poblano Peppers

Poblanos, carved into boats and stuffed with andouille sausage, rice and red onion before being smoked and topped with cheese to make stuffed poblano peppers

Smoked Pork Steak

This Smoked Pork Steak Recipe shows how to use mayo as a binder before seasoning and smoking the pork steaks which finish up in a barbecue sauce bath

Easy Jambalaya Recipe

Prepackaged jambalaya with cajun-style smoked sausage and creole shrimp, all kicked up on the smoker to make this wonderful and easy jambalaya recipe.