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    New life for Classic

    Great idea! Looks awesome!
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    Aussies Dont BBQ, They Cook Outdoors

    Welcome Polar Bear! I'm happy to see you made your way over here from FOH!
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    Our boy Eros' win on Sunday!

    But seriously, congrats to you and Eros, from me and Achilles!
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    Our boy Eros' win on Sunday!

    My Grand Champion Grill Watcher.
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    Nothing but the money!

    Thank you, sir. They were delicious!
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    Nothing but the money!

    Ribeye cap steaks, grilled asparagus, and homemade macaroni and cheese.
  7. I agree, sir! Something about cigars and the smell of meat slow smoking on mesquite! Same here. I didn't even know there was a rib rack that would fit in the junior. Guess that may be my next purchase. Oh dear, at this rate I am going to need to get a second job just for extra money to buy grill toys! Thanks fellas. I was pleasantly surprised by how many ribs I was able to put on the Jr with the rib rack. (Disclaimer--it's a BGE rib rack. KJ folks--don't be mad, it's all my local Ace had to offer.)
  8. Started out with spare ribs and cut them to fit my rib rack. My rack would hold four sets of ribs, so I tried them four different ways. They were cooked on left over KJ lump and fresh mesquite pieces. Smoked them for 2.5 hours at 225* then wrapped them and put them back on for another 2.5 hours. To pass the time, I smoked a Hamlet Paredes and an Avo No. 2. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon. Here are some photographs, start to finish. Fire setup: Ribs on: Hamlet: Half way through: Ready for serving: Finished with some homemade creamed corn: Hope y'all enjoy!
  9. Smoke flavor was right on point. They had a really nice mesquite flavor without being overpowering. Although, that's difficult to do with the richness of those spare ribs!
  10. Thanks fellas! They were delicious! UTVol--The smoke flavor was fantastic. I really enjoy mesquite. That being said, Ronin_Jedi is correct, mesquite can have a bite to it. If you're not used to the flavor of mesquite, I'd try mixing woods. I'll add oak to Ronin_Jedi's list.
  11. Ribeye and asparagus. Beyond happy with the performance of my grill!!'
  12. For my first smoke on my Kamado Joe, I went with a 5 lbs Boston butt. I threw on some Chupacabra rub and a little brown sugar. I mixed some Kamado Joe lump with mesquite pieces (bigger than chunks and chips) and got the fire to 225*. After four hours, I wrapped in foil and cooked for another two. I removed it and let it rest before slicing. Everyone seemed to enjoy! Side note: I was afraid that with a ceramic I would not get a smoke ring. To my surprise, when I sliced the pork, there was a very nice smoke ring and the meat had good smoke flavor! Here are the pics:
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    Second cook (first smoke) on Kamado Joe

    Thanks y'all. Again, I owe it to the forum! There is so much information on here for anyone who wants it. I'm really looking forward to trying my hand at a brisket. I think I'll try some pork ribs next though.
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    First cook on my Kamado Joe

    Thanks to everyone! This forum helped tremendously in my research and eventual purchase of the Kamado Joe. Couldn't be happier!
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    First cook on my Kamado Joe

    Bandit--just a little avocado oil, salt, and pepper. I highly recommend avocado oil if you haven't tried it.
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    First cook on my Kamado Joe

    Thanks guys! I'm pretty excited about this grill out and the many more to come!
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