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  1. You have a good neighbor, I think. Welcome to the forum and welcome to your new cooking platform! You're going to enjoy that Akorn, I am sure of it.
  2. One item I have enjoyed on my Big Joe is the soapstone. It cooks like a griddle and requires less maintenance than cast iron. I've also thoroughly enjoyed the laser-cut stainless steel surface.
  3. Welcome! I sure hope you get a call back from Costco soon. The Big Joe is a wonderful grill and I know you'll love it...whenever it arrives. Setting it up is a bear, though, so invite a couple of friends over on set up day.
  4. Welcome to the forum. How'd those ribs turn out?
  5. Welcome to the forum. The Classic III is a fine, fine grill.
  6. Good catch, Prowe! Thanks. I will pick some up today. Hopefully I can tack on my 10% military discount on top of the sale price. That would be a real good deal.
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    Ha! She's letting that rib know who's boss! Good little girl. Very nice cooks.
  8. Ha ha, what a name! Welcome to the club. You're going to love that Big Joe II. I got mine last month from Lowe's and I am thrilled with it.
  9. I second WoodyT's suggestion. A pork shoulder is an excellent first cook on a kamado. It's easy and hard to mess up and it gives you the chance to learn your grill a bit.
  10. Teajunkie

    Hola Gurus!

    Fantastic cooking area! Welcome to the club.
  11. That's a pretty good price. Welcome to the club!
  12. Welcome to the club! You're gonna love the kamado way of life with your Kamado Joe.
  13. Welcome to the club! You've got a great grill in that Vision. I am sure you'll like it. Unfortunately, I won't be able to assist in your propane question, I've never used gas.
  14. Wow, your boxes were handled with extreme care. All my Costco KJ lump boxes were beat to crap when they arrived at my house on Wednesday. I'd say there's very few "big block" charcoal left in my boxes.
  15. Yes, habaneros are certainly closer to a scotch bonnet in taste than a jalapeno would be. I find the habaneros too hot and not as pronounced of a citrus flavor as the scotch bonnet. I sure hope you can find some. You'll really enjoy them I think.
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