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Eastman Outdoors Big Kahuna Burner (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Outdoor propane cooking burner on stand
  • Legs with easy adjustment from 18 to 28 inches
  • Flip-top burner rack accommodates up to 22-inch wok or 36-quart pot
  • Hose and QCC1 regulator included
  • CSA-approved for optimal safety


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000CAQ0R
  • Item model number: 90410
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #252,068 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

With adjustable legs and a flip-top rack, the Big Kahuna is the perfect burner for a wok or a turkey pot. Eastman's CSA-Approved high-BTU burners are perfect for camping or the backyard. Featuring the new Revolution burner design, this burner features a clean-burning cast element, altitude stability and heavy duty hose, regulator and QCC1 fitting.

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Is a very sturdy and well made outdoor cooker.
Ira D. Kipp
If you want to be able to cook authentic chinese food, especially stir fry, you must have a very hot wok.
Ryan M. James
Very high BTU's and the food cooked like I never have experienced.
P. Belfiglio

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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By bob on August 18, 2004
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My wife and I were looking for a wok burner ... she was raised in a chinese restaurant. However, simply putting a burner on the stove was not an option a) it stinks up the house without a commercial vent hood; and b) residential burners simply do not get hot enough. We looked into various outdoor burners -- sold as deep fryers, but they all seemed lightweight, and cheap, and were all too short -- standing a foot or so off the ground. Enter the BIG KAHUNA BURNER. This thing rocks. It is extremely heavy, and will withstand serious stir-frying without rocking or tipping over. It is solid metal, sits very heavy and is incredibly stable. The flame offers some professional-level BTU's -- more than you could ever get from a residential stove -- essential to create the "wok breath" required of true Chinese cooking. And since it is outside, no worries of stained cabinetry. This burner is terrific, and I absolutely recommend it.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By I. Seligman on May 1, 2005
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This makes Wok cooking fun!

I've cooked ok with a (heavy flat bottomed cast iron) wok for years on my electric range and yearned for a gas source, then cooked a bit better with round bottom woks and the "ringstand" on some friends 12,000 BTU stove/range top burners too, then saw this on Amazon resembling the wok burner style I'd seen often in use at around Thailand, and bought it...

Well, the unit arrived quickly, it quickly bolted solidly together, and I found that it's built Rock Steady; a 200# person could sit supported on it's 3 sturdy legs and superwide feet and not wobble it. It comes with a safety and recipe video as well.

The heat output ranges from mild to tremendous at 55,000 + BTU's. After firing it up and cooking many meals in one fourth the time as before, I can now say this IS just like many of the sturdy roadside stand woks used in Thailand on a daily basis...read as this as: "The really right stuff for great wok cookery!"

My unit arrived with some incidental damage suffered in shipping, and the company quickly sent replacement parts and more, making me a very happy customer.

Only "problem" is... I've "mothballed" my faithful flat bottomed wok to the closet, as a round bottomed 16" carbon steel wok and the Big Kahuna burner have taken it's place!

I've cooked on it for over a year. I have had fun, and no problems with rust or repairs. I've even turned it's reversible top from its concave "wok" side" to it's flat "range or pot" side, and rapidly heated a 15" cast iron skillet and a griddle pan, when company comes over, to not smoke up my kitchen. I keep it stored inside as Florida's salt air and rains would do a number on it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sensei on September 9, 2004
I recently purchased a Big Kahuna burner and 22" wok. If you have ever seen a high heat wokking system in the back of a chinese restaurant, or PF Changs, you know what it is like. The key to having a good experience is to have all of your food prepared in advance. The burner gets really hot, and the food cooks in about 5 minutes. The kahuna burner comes with a dvd that explains food prep, high heat wok cooking, product care and has some great recipes. The burner has a high and low height, and the legs collapse by simply pressing a spring loaded button and turning a knob, and the top flips to either hold a wok or a turkey pot, fish pot, or crab pot. Outdoor woks are great for tail gates, parties, reunions, and are good for deep frying wings, steaming clams, cooking chili, and more. I love outdoor cooking, and the kahuna paired with a 22" outdoor wok is the most efficient and universal cooking instrument. This burner is also constructed well. I have had some burners in the past that seemed almost disposable.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 11, 2004
We bought the Big Kahuna Burner with the gigantic 22" stainless steel wok. It is absolutely the best cooking tool we have ever bought! The burner gets incredibly hot, between 65-85,000 BTU's, making dinner easy to cook in 10 minutes. Stir fries are absolutely simple, with the meats incredibly tender without any special coating or marinades. Tonight we just made the best and lightest fried calamari ever, using the recipe from the Simply Ming cookbook. The kitchen never gets hot with this outdoor cooker, and there is never a problem with ventilation :) Highly highly recommended!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Nom de Plume on March 29, 2006
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I just got one of these for wok cooking (most indoor ranges, even the expensive ones, lack enough power for "proper" wok cooking). I like the product a lot and I think it'll be very useful. But, I have one criticism and a word of caution.

First the caution - this burner can produce a -lot- of heat, way more than you probably need for most wok cooking (unless you're using a really giant wok like a 22" or something). I use a 14" cast iron wok, and found that even on a moderate burner setting I could ignite a tablespoon of hot oil. My first time out with this burner, I overheated my wok and actually burned the seasoning right off it. So if you're using this with a wok (as opposed to a turkey fryer or something that truly needs a huge amount of heat), be conservative with your settings until you really have a feel for what you need. I suggest cooking some leftover vegtables or other "throwaway" items once or twice to get the hang of it.

Now, the complaint. I find that if you want to use a relatively low amount of heat relative to what the Big Kahuna can deliver, it's hard to get it precisely set where you want it. At the lower settings, the valve tends to "creep" open a little once you set it. So, you can dial in a low setting, but a few seconds after you let go of the valve it will open up to a slightly higher setting. Now, this may just be my unit, and it may be a break-in issue that will go away over time. But it necessitates extra caution, and a little more work than I think should be necessary to get it set up to where you want it. If it weren't for this I'd give this product 5 stars. With this glitch, it's a solid 4 and I'd still recommend it for anyone wanting a truly powerful outdoor burner.
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