Primo Kamado Charcoal Grill Review
This classic ceramic grill has no fancy features, but offers good grilling performance.
When humans first harnessed the power of fire, we suspect they were using a grill similar to the Primo Kamado 779. It's a simple charcoal grill that uses a ceramic vessel instead of the usual metal. This gives it a distinctly rustic—even stone age—feel, but it performs well.
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