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chickenwings last won the day on January 4

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    Alberta in the summer, San Tan Valley Az in the winter
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    Kamado, golf and USPSA
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Excellent post K. Good luck Keeper. I too have had the troubles and gone to lapping the rings and using alignment rods to ensure proper initial set up but in the end, the Burris rings work SO well.
  2. I've only been at this a month but yesterday I did a brisket preview by smoking a chuck roast on my KJ III. Took about 7 hours and I learned a ton, had a lot of fun and made a meal that SWMBO (She Who Must Be Obeyed) thought was great - that's definitely my bellwether. Some pictures for your consideration:
  3. Got a brand new one...plugged it in and found out that I can't use it with my Thermoworks Signals. I've got the fan, an adaptor cord, and a ceramic adaptor plate. 50.00 for the bunch?
  4. And there you go. Anyone want to buy a tested only pit viper?
  5. Hey Golfie...that's a good one. I've read a lot of poor reviews of the clamp on lights that attach to the handle. Nicely done. Thanks beer....good selection there too.
  6. Hi guys. I finally got the pit viper to set up with my signals and I set it up to do that today but.....it looks like signals will only recognize their billows fan? Am I missing something here? I thought that I read here somewhere that the signals with a pit viper fan is the hot set up? Not so hot if I can't figure out how to get signals to recognize the fan. Any insights?
  7. Well I got the headlight out and it works great. Thanks guys. I also spent a bit of time and ran some patio lights ... I think it'll do the trick.
  8. Congratulations and welcome here, the place is great, you'll love it!
  9. I started using Allett a few years ago. They're made of parachute cloth and VERY thin. Keep a lot of cards and a bit of cash in one without much bulk at all. They do wear out though, got to replace every 3-5 years.
  10. Agree. The creativity around here is astounding! Nice looking meal.
  11. Steak salad is one of my favorites too and the salad part helps to justify the steak part! Great looking meal and thank you for the complete recipe!
  12. Especially for poultry. I HATE dry bird and historically dry was associated with safe. Now that that nonsense is over, I'm able to eat more chicken! Great chart, thanks!
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