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  1. Wow. When I put a steel pie-pan on top of the fire in my grill, and put a little water into it, I guess this must be why it works.
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  2. Preparing to roast a 15 LB spatchcocked turkey on the Big Joe 2. Seasoned in and out with "simon & garfunkel" rub. Trying to work thru cook times and temps. Planning on 375F, indirect, a little cherry and alder in the ash drawer [ala Smokin Dad BBQ] Best guesstimate is 15 lbs at 375 should take about 1:45 to 2 hours. What am I missing? Thanks and happy turkey day. <
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  3. Hitting a stall at 200 seems really high. Beef stalls around 155-165 and a quick search indicates lamb has the same stall temp so I'm not sure why it's getting to 200 so quickly. How big a cut of meat are you cooking? The other thing not mentioned on the first cook was rest time. My experience is that 30 -60 min rest time for a larger cut of meat is key for a juicy result.
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  4. For over ten years I have been wet brining in Tony's, sugar and fresh onions, jalapenos and garlic. Fried or roasted. It is a procedure but works every time. If it ain't broke...
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  5. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kamado-Joe-Classic-Joe-I-18-inch-Charcoal-Grill-in-Blaze-Red/126810886?athbdg=L1700
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  6. To me, "food prep" is one of the most enjoyable parts of the cooking experience. Whether or not I'm using my kamado. The actual cook (e.g. "stir fry") might be over-and-done in ten or fifteen minutes, as the case may be, but the preparation took hours. And you can taste it in the resulting meal. "Discovering Kamado cooking" was a very liberating thing for me, because here we have "a charcoal-fired convection oven" which is, or can be, predictable. You can "set it and forget it," using the external-reading thermometer to keep you honest. Especially at "this time of the rolling year," that is huge. To actually be able to plan a process that is dependent on charcoal grilling, yet to be utterly confident of the outcome.
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  7. tom504

    8lb Turkey breast

    Did an 8lb Turkey breast last night, 325 for 2 hours. Monitored the temp to 168 via IGrill Mini bluetooth to my Samsung S6 edge
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