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KismetKamado

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About KismetKamado

  • Birthday 11/26/1978

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    Wyoming
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    Big Green Egg Mini, Vision Classic B, Akorn Jr Red, Akorn Jr Black, Kamado Joe Big Joe Black, Komodo Kamado 21" Supreme Very Terra Blue
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  1. Impressive entry and definitely kicked it up a notch with that stuffed meatloaf!
  2. Well, it wasn’t the first one I saw, but it was the first one I paid attention to... My daughter, who was probably 10 or so at the time, won a mini Big Green Egg at an Eggfest while we were shopping for a new gasser. Let it sit in the garage for months before deciding to play with it. Shortly after I had a Vision... And then an Akorn Jr.... and another Akorn Jr.... and a Kamado Joe Big Joe... and then a Komodo Kamado.... Yep... all because I gave my kid a few bucks to play a family friendly beer pong-esque game to keep her busy while we looked at Weber gassers...
  3. Believe it or not, QVC. It was a set of two pans on clearance for under $20. Saw a Japanese street food video awhile back and have been obsessed with the concept for awhile. Found the deal on the pans and had to go for it. I did way better on my first try than I expected to. First time out of the gates was just playing and I was surprised to end up with something that looked decent. At some point in the near future I’ll try a more traditional recipe and preparation.
  4. Yep - you took meatloaf to a whole other level with that one. Super creative and looks amazing. Fantastic entry.
  5. Bought a new pan - mainly because it was unusual and interesting and cheap. Then did some googling and figured out what to do with it. Made my first rolled omelette today. Turned out not too bad. Sautéed some jalapeños, Fresno’s, onion and chopped up bacon and added to my egg mixture. Put the first layer in and let it firm up enough to roll it. Added the next layer lifting up the first enough to let it run under a bit. Cooked until almost fully set and rolled making room for the next pour. Carried this on several times. Ended up with a nice rolled omelette. Fillings were spread evenly throughout. Now I just need to remember to add cheese next time! Cut a couple of slices and put on an English muffin with some cheese to make an omelette sandwich of sorts. Tasty breakfast and still have half left to do the same thing with tomorrow.
  6. Everything looks great! I think we would enjoy curing and smoking a pork loin like that. Going to have to give it a try some time. And a nice dark color on that London broil with the rub you used. How long did you brine the pork loin for, @Beermachine?
  7. Wow! That’s a ton of wings. Can’t think of a better way to ring in football season than that. I bet they disappeared in short order
  8. Beautiful.... every bit of it! Especially like the fresh board sauce and tray full of veggies!
  9. Been a bit under the weather. No grand weekend cooks in mind. Barely had enough moxie to get the lawn mowed really.... Leftover steak and a fresh roasted chile haul Mr. KK scored today inspired a quick and easy dinner on the 17” Blackstone. Always have peppers and onions in the house. These peppers were a fun multicolored variety I found in the store last week. Added the roasted green Chile’s and some thin sliced leftover steak shortly thereafter. Pushed the fixings to the side and got the quesadillas going....too easy. Not bad for an unplanned, quick and easy dinner....
  10. Can’t go wrong with a spatchcock chicken. Many posts suggesting that as a first cook.
  11. How does one go about getting an invite? Looks amazing! I bet it was a great time had by all.
  12. Those look fantastic! And suddenly I’m inspired to make my own chorizo....
  13. I’ve never seen that before - but it looks like an awesome accessory! Looks like all the time you put in getting familiar with it paid off. As a side note, it’s amazing how much the wind can wreck havoc on a cook.
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