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KismetKamado

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KismetKamado last won the day on October 2

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About KismetKamado

  • Birthday 11/26/1978

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    Wyoming
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    Big Green Egg Mini, Akorn Jr Black, Kamado Joe Big Joe Black, Komodo Kamado 21" Supreme Very Terra Blue and previously a Vision Classic B that has since been gifted to a friend
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  1. So for the challenge this month, I figured I should pay homage to my beloved Cowboys. No, not the Dallas ones….the University of Wyoming Cowboys. So Cowboy Beans it is…. Started off cooking some turkey bacon to have for later. Sautéed extra lean ground turkey, hatch chiles, serranos and onions. Added in the turkey bacon. Then the beans and brown sugar, mustard and BBQ sauce. Let it simmer. Added some chile flake to bring it up a bit. And some Meat Church Holy Voodoo. Thickened up nicely. Simply dished up. Not sure the Cowboys would approve of my turkey substitution, but this was quite tasty.
  2. @Golf Griller - I love the direction you went with the college team match-up! That was an excellent way to go about doing your challenge cook! Everything looks wonderful! Team GG really knocked it out of the park with this cook! Excellent entry!
  3. Looks mighty good to me - I wouldn’t be crying about that. Excellent job with those - and healthy to boot! Nice “kick off” for the challenge entries!
  4. What a fantastic celebration story! Looks like that crash course before she left really paid off. Such a peaceful cooking spot, too. The meal looks amazing. Outstanding entry!
  5. I joked earlier this month in the challenge discussion thread that I would have to quit my job in order to have something to celebrate, or the time to celebrate it for that matter. I guess if I can’t celebrate quitting my job, I can celebrate still having it here 18 years later from when I started - surviving several major downturns along the way - and last years shop shut down as well. Had a simple, but very late night cook on Saturday night before an 8 hour trek on Sunday to spend this week working from North Dakota. Figured it was do or die time if I was going to get a cook in. Nothing wrong with eating at 10 pm, right? Fired up the Big Joe since we are in summer season and hang out on the lower patio. Some simple roasted potatoes going on. Added some green beans once they started getting closer to being done. Then a couple of steaks going on. The husbands plate. I wasn’t really thinking and didn’t snap a picture of mine. Figured I would let the Big Joe burn off overnight so I could thoroughly clean it in the morning before heading out. Underestimated the amount of coal and vent settings and throttled it back too much. It was still cruising around 250 when I got up. Oh well, at least I’ll have a project to do when I get home this weekend.
  6. Wow! That story is sad and happy all at once. Your celebration cook looks amazing and I am glad you got back up and running. Excellent entry!
  7. Those tacos are definitely a labor of love. Never attempted to make them myself, but do occasionally enjoy them from a local restaurant that only makes them on Saturday’s. Great entry!
  8. Can’t think of a better reason to have a delayed Father's Day meal! She’s beautiful! The meal looks pretty great too! I really like the idea of that cream sauce.
  9. Sorry for the late reply. I probably would have wrapped. Hope it all turned out ok.
  10. Great story and great looking pork. “cat about to give birth mode”…. Lol.
  11. Amazing! Stunning! Wow! Double Wow!
  12. You’re going to have to keep us posted @Scott Roberts! I was thinking about firing up my 360 today and putting some smoking wood on just to have the aroma in the air. Did kabobs on it last night. Love that thing! I’m still so happy for you that you scored that beauty for such a great price!
  13. @ChadBrown504 Personally I wouldn’t give much, if anything, for that unless I already had a BGE and needed the parts. You will spend a lot to get it operational and not have any warranty.
  14. Lol - I think you have cracked the code. Just find a way to label every future purchase as an accessory. Pizzas look picture perfect! Would never know it was the first attempt.
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