Wood Dale kettles are sought after as they are some of the earliest examples of the iconic cooker we all know and love. Finding one is like finding a needle in a haystack, so when one was recently discovered I was thrilled to learn that the original instruction sheet was included as well.
It’s a fun read so check it out! …but I’m thinking “safe” may not be the best word of choice for charcoal cooking indoors! 😉
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I like a little more information on the “JBK-300, BK-700 and LBK-800 series” note. To what do those model numbers refer?