KAMADO = A Japanese word for "stove" or "cooking range". It actually means a "place for the cauldron". A "mushikamado" means "movable kamado" which is a round clay pot with a removable domed clay lid typically found in Southern Japan but now available at The Stove House!
Our ceramic black enamelled Kamado grills feature thick ceramic walls to retain the heat and juices, providing an even cook and an enhanced flavour. With the top damper and bottom slide vent, the heat can be controlled, using the built-in thermometer, to cook food such as ribs, pizza, burgers, vegetables, tin can chicken, smoke meats and fish or sear steak.