King Kooker 12-Slot Leg and Wing Grill Rack – Item of the Day — 14 Comments

  1. This works great, but cleanup is a bitch, even when I coat the rack with spray oil.

    • Really? I just throw it in the dishwasher and it comes out looking like new.

  2. A little secret to clean difficult wing pots and tools is to soak them overnight in hot water with automatic dishwasher soap and then cleanup later with Dawn dish soap.  It is nice to have a big utility sink for this.

  3. Love the recipes you suggested Jack. Thanks for always hooking us up (pun intended) with the best gear for our money. Love the show too that’s why I am and always will be a TSP supporter for as long as you grace us with your Jerk Jack awesomeness.

  4. Jack- do you have an option B for these?  Just checked them out and was going to order and saw that currently shipping and delivery is 1-2 months out… just in time for Labor Day.

    Any second options which more stock?

  5. This is kind of a dumb question, but the only reason I haven’t bought one of these yet (going to now) is that my family and I are accustomed to eating wings parted out like they would be served in a restaurant, with the drumette and… “two-bone” parts, not whole wings. Do you typically serve them whole, or do you cut them after the cook? I know, it’s silly…

    • You can just cut them after they are cooked. As to what I do it depends on how I feel that day.

    • Not sure never used it on my kettle but given the dome height I am thinking like one.

  6. You said order 2 and I did. I am a slave to wings when I have them on the weber. This makes so much sense for the quality.

  7. Not sure whats up with your oven, but I can fit 3 of these on one extra large rimmed baking sheet in my oven. If I make a foil “pan’ for the bottom rack, and place on rack above, I can fit 4. The interior of my oven is only 24” wide.