So stick a fork in it. Everything we've posted here belongs to him, I have one more post for information for you BBQ friends and then I'm pretty much out of here. Will check back with a heavy heart to watch this wonderful group....die
Traffic here has been in a steady decline over the last three years. The peak months this summer have seen right at half the traffic we saw in the peak months two years ago. I am closing the .com forum because I do not want to foot the bill for it anymore. I hear all of you who have said you would like to contribute. I had a voluntary support subscription option availabe here for quite some time. It was successful in the beginning and then tapered off to a trickle over time and then dwindled to the point where it wasnt bringing in enough to even cover the cost of the software options I was buying to handle the transactions. I am not willing to start taking contributions again at this point. I am sorry that it cant be successful.
If someone else would like to start a forum like this one and build it the way I built this one, please feel free. I am not going to turn over control of this forum’s data to another entity to administer. That is not open for discussion.
Welcome to the forum. I cook just about everything on my Akorn Jr. and it keeps on going and going and... Anyway, have fun with that little guy. The grate size is nice for a small kamado, but my only wish is that the dome was a bit higher. But really, for the price it gets the job done.
Welcome to this kamado forum, where you can find about anything you need to know. My advice is to start simple, and chicken is simple but best without any extra smoke, just the lump charcoal. Post your cooks so we can cheer you on!