The following is an excerpt from Dennis Linkletter's interview with Grilling.com, a Kingsford publication.
INTRODUCTION TO THE KOMODO KAMADO
Known for their ability to retain heat and moisture, Komodo style ceramic grills are becoming increasingly popular among backyard cook and seasoned grilling veterans. Today we’re sitting with Dennis Linkletter, owner and designer of Komodo Kamado cookers, to discuss what makes these units so special.
First of all, Dennis, how did you get involved with Komodo Kamado?
I learned that a very talented crew of artisans who had been manufacturing a ceramic grill in Surabaya, Indonesia had been abandoned when their ”morally ambiguous” boss was suddenly forced to leave the country.
After hearing this story, I checked the Internet and found that several companies were successfully selling Kamado style, egg-shaped grills and their customers were unusually passionate about them. I decided to build a grill that capitalized on their strengths and corrected their flaws. I adopted the talented and experienced crew and launched Komodo Kamado.
Tell us about the history of Kamado grilling? What makes the Komodo Kamado unique?
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