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  1. Ouch.

    Looks like something I have done before. Unfortunately it is a PIA.
  2. Is that a canning rack you are using? Ingenious. I have been looking for something to use for two surfaces.
  3. I think those pizza looked pretty charred on the bottom. I did like his stretching technique but my dough never seems that relaxed.
  4. Kamado joe jr first timer

    I bought my Jr. At a Costco road show in early spring. I also have a Vision pro s. We are using the Jr. 5 nights out of 7. This grill is so easy to use, heats up much faster than the Vision so you aren't waiting an hour to cook. There are only two of us but I cooked burgers for 4 on Sunday with no problem. The burgers were 1/3 lb. you will love it!
  5. My Verdict about Pizza Cooking Temps

    Paul, just build your pizza on a piece of parchment paper and slide it on your pizza stone paper and all. Cooks fine and the paper doesn't burn unless it is over the direct fire. Easy peasy.
  6. Mastering the brisket flat

    I've only done one and it was so chewed I threw it out. Always been afraid to cook another one. Maybe this is the impetus to try another.
  7. Paint Coming Off Vision B Vent Cap

    You can order a cast iron cap from Vision.
  8. Joe jr stand

    A friend built this for me. I love it.
  9. First cook on the JR!

    Costco pork butts usually come 2 to a pack. You can always freeze one. I have three 6 lb ones in the freezer right now and they will fit nicely on the Jr. One at a time of course.
  10. My mom always grated American cheese, added pimentos, mayo and salt and pepper. Loved it. She was from North Carolina.
  11. Vision pro S series experiences?

    I have had a Vision Pro C for six years. I love it. I have never had my firebox crack. Installed new gaskets after the first ones wore out. I did order the nomex ones. I have spent way more in toys for it than the grill costs but I wanted them. I did buy a Kamado Joe Jr. this winter and I find I am using that much more now because there are only two of us. It heats up much faster but for large cooks ( I will be smoking bacon next week), the Vision serves my purposes. I can't imagine getting anything bigger now.
  12. I have to agree with you. I got my Kamado Jr this winter. I don't think I have used my other grill since. I was just talking to the Kamado joe rep today at Costco in Gig Harbor Washington. He also has a Jr and it is the only grill he uses. They had an open bag of the big lump there. I can't imagine using it in a Jr. Unless you broke it up.
  13. roadshow score

    I have found that the lump is so big that it won't work in my Jr without taking a hatchet to it. I will have to stick with Royal Oak or the coconut briquettes I have stacked up in a weak buying moment. Nice to have large lump for my Vision though.
  14. Accessory storage

    I have a large deck box. I think it is made by Lifetime. It keeps everything dry. I have had it three years and it is going strong. I think it was just under $200 on Amazon. It holds a lot of stuff. I have all my smoking wood in three large bins I got as Costco and there is still room for my joetisserie. Cast iron Dutch ovens and extra gear.
  15. I cook in a 5.5 qt Le Creuset. It is usually the knob that can't go over 500 degrees. You can get a metal one to replace the other one. I actually encase the pot and lid in foil for easy cleanup. I actually am doing a chuck roast in it as we speak. It fits my Jr without the deflector.