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  1. Ordered the 3 pack and will test them out when they get here.
  2. First ones cooked from the that batch, reverse sear. Really came out very tasty..
  3. Pulled them today and by the wife's direction made them all about 2" to 21/2" thick. Both came out about the same.
  4. Both are some great looking ribs.
  5. I use a Foodsaver Gamesaver sport G 200 and it have worked very well for me, no issues.
  6. Did a small meatloaf tonight, came out great. Gorgeous night in FL, nice and cool.
  7. Hope so, they look the best I have aged so far.
  8. Just picked up these bone-in Ribeye at Publix with the Christmas sale at $6.99 lb which is as cheap it gets here in Florida. Was still in the vac packs so the bones are still fixed, will be nice have not had them like that for quite some time. 30-35 days seems to be the sweet spot, both are just over 20 lb's each.
  9. Stumbled across this today, looks like the older model is getting cleared out. https://www.acehardware.com/departments/outdoor-living/grills-and-smokers/charcoal-grills/8400582?utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_source=Pepperjam&utm_campaign=18097&utm_keyword=8-8287&clickId=2498096966
  10. I've been grilling these pork tenderloins quite a bit lately, have to be on your toe's and pull them on the rare side. They are quite good.
  11. Fits on both my Vision classic and Big Steel Keg.
  12. I saw then at Lowes on clearance for $299, they looked quite nice. Would of bought one if I already did not have a vision and steel keg. Let us know how it cooks, nice buy.
  13. Yea, never got around to drilling into the top for the other 2 holes, been that way for 7 years and have run quite a bit though it without an issue.
  14. So awhile back I dumped my Vision grill over backwards and broke the firebox. About 3 weeks ago I did a repair using Refractory Cement. Sanded down the 4 broken areas and the firebox and glued them back together. They suggested waiting at least 24 hours for it to dry before curing it and I waited 48 hours. Did a small burn at about 90 degrees for about 3 hours (easy to do when it's 95 out) and then stepped it up to 150- 2 hours, 250 2-hours, 350-until it burned out overnight. The next day it had small bubbles within the cement which is moisture working it's way to the surface which why you should let it dry 24 plus hours. But maybe summer in Florida on 90 +heat and 85+ humidity it did not dry out. We have done several cooks some at high heat and it seems to be strong, no cracks or movement. It could always be redone if it did break. The free replacement came from Vision yesterday, guess I will install that and keep the other as backup?? Or keep the new as backup? So I do think they are repairable.
  15. Saw this today at lowes has some features from Vision.
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