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GLOCKer last won the day on August 2 2021

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About GLOCKer

  • Birthday 01/04/1980

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    Marietta, GA
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    Mustangs, Shooting, Grilling
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  1. I'm thrilled with how good this came out! https://foodtribe.com/p/these-are-the-best-carne-asada-PfStMKMJQe67F7td5T5LQg
  2. Here is an article I did on my past weekend's smoke on FoodTribe. If you guys haven't heard of FoodTribe, it was started by the blokes formally of Top Gear - now of Grand Tour. If you have the time, consider signing up and following me! I actually get a couple of bucks each month from them to write articles. https://foodtribe.com/p/easy-bbq-dinner-XMSy8fAESq6xHeTJjsFPqw
  3. Here's what I ordered (but they appear out of stock): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08ZYF7NZS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 And here is another low cost option. Hell, these are even cheaper! https://www.amazon.com/JUXATECH-Handle-Wrangler-Handles-Accessories/dp/B08JGLP69W/ref=sr_1_1?crid=12EJIO0U4RAQT&dchild=1&keywords=roll+bar+grab+handles&qid=1627933985&refinements=p_85%3A2470955011&rnid=2470954011&rps=1&sprefix=roll+bar+grab+hand%2Ctools%2C188&sr=8-1
  4. I started drinking PBR in college when it was REALLY cheap and affordable. I grew to like it! HAHAHAHA!
  5. @CentralTexBBQ Thanks for posting up the video you shared. I went to Harbor Freight and snagged a two-pack of lashing straps for $3.99. I then went on Amazon and found two-packs of Jeep roll bar grab handles; I bought two two-packs for a total of $8.48. So for $12.47 I was able to put together a kamado moving rig that worked BEAUTIFULLY!
  6. I hadn't cooked on my Vision S-Series Professional in well over a year! The cart got kind of sketchy and I was storing it in my garage between cooks, so I didn't want to roll it around and risk collapsing the cart and shattering my ceramic. Unfortunately, and fortunately, the deck on my house started falling apart and we had to have it ripped off and replaced. We decided to have it rebuilt larger, and enclosed! I have a little area for my cooking hobby which I finally got set up this Friday. Then yesterday (Sunday), I fired up the kamado and threw a chicken and some mac n' cheese on. I'm looking forward to getting back into cooking on my kamado!
  7. Thanks! It all went fine and my Vision has been moved to it's new home!
  8. I got it freed by tapping it on the countertop. Sucks there is no way to clean it out.
  9. I wrap my diffuser stone in foil and send it!
  10. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! What have they done to The Pit Pal!?!?! I've still got it on my phone and I love it! It's still here: https://www.amazon.com/The-Pit-Pal-BBQ-App/dp/B00B0IDT6S The CyberQ was a PITA to connect at first; I had issues with port forwarding and other internet things I am no good at. but once I figured it out, it seemed laughably easy. I went with the spider because I was spending a ton of money at the time and needed to sneak it in under the wife's nose a little. I love the wok for Peruvian food (Pollo Saltado!) and Pad Thai. Pollo Saltado:
  11. Yep! I actually have three things from the Ceramic Grill Store; the spider ring, the ceramic stone, and the 16" carbon steel wok. All work beautifully in the Series Professional! It sucks to hear that people have had issues with the Dyna units. With the Digi line of products, it doesn't come with an app but I'm wondering if it works with The Pit Pal app. The older CyberQ I use doesn't have an app but I use the Pit Pal for monitoring my cooks as well as the laptop. The cool thing is, you log into it's wifi address and it generates the page in the web browser for you to see. It's nothing fancy but it works!
  12. I got a CyberQ for Christmas several uears ago and purchased the adapter to get it all to work. I LOVE the CyberQ! It's pretty damn cool!
  13. I have this fan for my kamado: I'm having a problem where the little tab that can block off the flow or limit it is stuck. Any suggestions on what I can use, safely, to free it up? Thanks!
  14. Yeah! I dropped the KickAsh into my Kamado and had to start using the electric starter by stuffing it straight down into the bowl from the top. HAHAHA! If you are ever interested in using some sort of BBQ controller, the BBQGuru adapter is useful for our grills. https://bbqguru.com/storenav/Index?categoryId=&&productId=18
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