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[By Nic Lindh on Thursday, 12 July 2012]

4th of July barbecue

The great soft box in the sky hovered over Phoenix on the 4th of July, so it was time for some barbecue photography.

The weather gods blessed Phoenix with overcast skies on the 4th of July, rendering the heat survivable and the light less harsh, so it was a good opportunity to catch some frames of the Kamado grill in action. Enjoy.

Firestarter
Firing up the Kamado with an electric firestarter
The meat is ready for the flame bath
The meat is ready for the flame bath
Smoke and heat
Smoke and heat escaping from the top vent as the Kamado gets up to operating temperature
The laboratory is ready
The mad scientist's laboratory is ready
Tools of the trade
Tools of the trade
Torpedo Extra IPA
I don't always drink beer, but when I do it's Torpedo Extra IPA
Ready to sear
She canna take much more, Captain!
Smoke and heat escaping the top vent
You get a good bit of smoke when searing
Meat ready for the table
The meat is ready for the table
R2D2 is burning
R2D2 is burning! The seals aren't perfect, so there's smoke escaping after the vents are closed

Bon appetit!

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