Great photo! I envy the hilltop view.
That Batavia looks to me like a very creative and elegant version of our UDS here in the states. Reminds me of a guy that used to frequent this blog named BluDawg. He was the king of the UDS cookers and did a nice job but at some point fell off the radar. He really had an extensive knowledge of this kind of thing.
The other expert that might be good on this is a guy name Big Ed, Who I actually met at a cook off here in McKinney a few years ago. Guy was a stone cold expert on UDS, and had won several competitions hear about as a one-man operation with a little bit of help and added class from his bride. Very nice guy.If you could ever reach him on a p.m., he would be a great knowledge source for this kind of cooker.
It sure looks like an uds. Probably works like one too. One great thing is that you can stack the three sections inside each other for storing or transportation. In that way it's only one section high and with all the other stuff inside.
Great to get info on experts. Appreciate it. I guess I will have to do some more cooking on it before I know potential problems or which modifications that needs to be done. In that way I also know what to ask.
Worked pretty well yesterday. Only thing is that there should probably be some more holes in the coal basket. Needed to blow some air in there from time to time to keep the temperature from dropping. Not a big problem when you're around but it is if it has to let alone for a few hours.
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