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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from TKOBBQ in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Mr Cue in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Muse in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Cgriller64 in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Edsland in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from IkeKey in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from CeramicChef in Stuffed Burgers   
    I learned this from the good grill fellas over on the WKC forum....great bunch of folks.
    I make patties with raised sides to form dishes then I put whatever tickles my fancy that particular time. Today was sautéed mushrooms, onions, bacon and red bell peppers topped off on the last five minutes with a slice of Monterey Jack and a bit of cheddar.


    Smoked over heat diffusers at around 225.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Rob_grill_apprentice in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from jrow17 in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Jack. in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from CeramicChef in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Ben S in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from danielc in Chicken n' Ribs   
    I was off today so I thought I'd do some bbq....of course! The sales flyers decided my fate...chicken and pork side ribs.
    First the ribs were rubbed with a homemade rub my wife did up then put on my KJC @ 275 for about 3.5 hours. I also gave them a slathering of applesauce/lemonade mix after 2 hours then some bbq sauce after another hour. They tasted great but sadly they were a bit dry. Everyone still ate their portion and wanted more.
    Secondly my favourite way to do chicken and also because I only have one kamado they went on my weber kettle rotisserie. I usually do two at a time for leftovers. They spun for 1.5 hours at around 400. Started with some Montreal Chicken spice then lathered with bbq sauce near completion which is also when I moved the charcoal baskets directly beneath the chickens.
    Add some baked potatoes and corn on the cob for side and dinner is served.





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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Baby Back Maniac in 20 Pound Brisket on Weber Summit   
    I for one enjoy your videos. I don't think I agree with the 90 second comment as most I watch that I actually get something out of are way longer then 90 seconds.
    As for charcoal type, it says it in my name. I prefer lump, currently like KJ lump. I cook on kettles and my newly aquire KJC.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from CeramicChef in 20 Pound Brisket on Weber Summit   
    I for one enjoy your videos. I don't think I agree with the 90 second comment as most I watch that I actually get something out of are way longer then 90 seconds.
    As for charcoal type, it says it in my name. I prefer lump, currently like KJ lump. I cook on kettles and my newly aquire KJC.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from LargeRedJoe in Lasik eye surgery?   
    I considered it by my opthomologist talked me out of it. He said your odds of having major complications are too high in his opinion. After all you only have one set of eyes. He basically says be happy you can see with glasses, you may not be able to see afterwards. Also I know several people who have had major complications and wish they never had it.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from CeramicChef in Ham   
    Today I thought I'd give John's ham a try.
    Here's the YouTube link. He does a much better job of explaining it then I can.


    I absolutely love my kamado joe classic and how easy it is to maintain temps.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Oly Smokes in My dream table design   
    I would love to see a nice kamado trifecta setup...this is my long term plan. Sent from my SM-G900W8 using Tapatalk
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from JimInVA in Greetings From Poquoson, VA!   
    Welcome. I'm new to the kamado realm as well but like you have spent much time with kettles. Love this new step.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Jesse in Imperial Kamado rebuild!   
    Looks great...I'd like to restore one as well.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from BillCarr in When interests collide.   
    Sorry it's kind of anti climactic but I love kayaking and while I was out on the beautiful Trent River with my kids today. Paddling away and checking out cottages along the way when I saw a stream of light poke through the clouds and there on a deck so proudly displayed was a Primo Oval XL! "Nice kamado!" I yell to the guy working in his garden and watch as a huge grin comes on his face. The grin as you all know was stemming from the pride and love he has for his kamado and that someone out there other then him appreciated it because he's tired justifying it to his wife.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Stinga in When interests collide.   
    Sorry it's kind of anti climactic but I love kayaking and while I was out on the beautiful Trent River with my kids today. Paddling away and checking out cottages along the way when I saw a stream of light poke through the clouds and there on a deck so proudly displayed was a Primo Oval XL! "Nice kamado!" I yell to the guy working in his garden and watch as a huge grin comes on his face. The grin as you all know was stemming from the pride and love he has for his kamado and that someone out there other then him appreciated it because he's tired justifying it to his wife.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from JoeC in When interests collide.   
    Sorry it's kind of anti climactic but I love kayaking and while I was out on the beautiful Trent River with my kids today. Paddling away and checking out cottages along the way when I saw a stream of light poke through the clouds and there on a deck so proudly displayed was a Primo Oval XL! "Nice kamado!" I yell to the guy working in his garden and watch as a huge grin comes on his face. The grin as you all know was stemming from the pride and love he has for his kamado and that someone out there other then him appreciated it because he's tired justifying it to his wife.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from Aussie Joe in When interests collide.   
    Sorry it's kind of anti climactic but I love kayaking and while I was out on the beautiful Trent River with my kids today. Paddling away and checking out cottages along the way when I saw a stream of light poke through the clouds and there on a deck so proudly displayed was a Primo Oval XL! "Nice kamado!" I yell to the guy working in his garden and watch as a huge grin comes on his face. The grin as you all know was stemming from the pride and love he has for his kamado and that someone out there other then him appreciated it because he's tired justifying it to his wife.
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    Lumpy_Coal got a reaction from dsarcher in When interests collide.   
    Sorry it's kind of anti climactic but I love kayaking and while I was out on the beautiful Trent River with my kids today. Paddling away and checking out cottages along the way when I saw a stream of light poke through the clouds and there on a deck so proudly displayed was a Primo Oval XL! "Nice kamado!" I yell to the guy working in his garden and watch as a huge grin comes on his face. The grin as you all know was stemming from the pride and love he has for his kamado and that someone out there other then him appreciated it because he's tired justifying it to his wife.
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