The Kudu: Some Kinda South African Discada Thingee

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The Kudu: Some Kinda South African Discada Thingee

Postby Boots » Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:15 am

https://kudugrills.com/category/videos/

Looks clearly like he’s burnin some kinda red mesquite off in there..
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Re: The Kudu: Some Kinda South African Discada Thingee

Postby OldUsedParts » Sat Nov 24, 2018 7:45 am

IMHO - - the "only" way that will function "exactly" like he is describing is if it's in a windless enviornment (a total vacum would be preferable :laughing7: ) - - - the slightest breeze would turn that into a direct griller "OR" slow Smoker - - - :dont: but I could be wrong :scratch: :whiteflag: :roll:
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Re: The Kudu: Some Kinda South African Discada Thingee

Postby spacetrucker » Sun Nov 25, 2018 1:43 pm

OUP is right....
Just imagine that fire in a windy day; fresh norther blowing, dry leaves on the ground, dry grass on the ground.. I think you get the picture, an open uncontained fire is not going to be the tranquil music scene they are portraying. I am sure it has its place, I have had to put out to many range fires; so I am careful about things like that. :idea:
Red mesquite, dont know if such exists or not? I grew up in mesquite country but never heard it called anything other than just mesquite?
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