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Bozz73

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About Bozz73

  • Birthday 09/30/1973

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  • Gender
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  • Location:
    Pasadena, MD
  • Interests
    Smoking & Grilling, MTBiking, Family
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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  1. Now this is going to have to be my next spin! Looks excellent! Any recipe details you could share? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Brisket Pizza Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I had 3 guys and it was a struggle. Strapped the box to a dolly while in the truck, backed truck up to small hill in front yard, to lessen the drop distance. Then we man handled it down and rolled it around back. Kept it strapped to dolly and with one man pulling and two pushing we got it up 5 steps to my deck. Unboxed it and setup. I think keeping in the box as long as possible is safer. It's a beast! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. So what about using one of the larger pork lions from Costco, they had some big ones last time I was there. If memory serves me correctly, they where about the same diameter as pineapple rings. Just slice the lion like disc, would seem prefect for a horizontal rotisserie cook. Thoughts?
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    New Stuff

    That's just a beautiful site to see!! Happy days to come! Enjoy! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Yup I see now, you did say they where pushed back. Your pic kinda looked like they weren't, good news then! Thx Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Looks great. With out pushing the coals to the back, did you have any issues with grease\fat fires from the skin dripping? Asking cause I'm doing chicken next on mine! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Thanks! It was delicious, now what next to spin... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Well for the celebration of my new joetisserie, I had to do a prime rib. Went perfect, cooked at around 320 for about 2hrs. #6 pound prime rib roast. Rubbed with a mix salt, garlic, onion, rosemary, black pepper. It was off the charts!! Here are a few pics! [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Called KJ yesterday on this and was told it is for the new BJ. With the new hinge you may not get a good seal, if so add the felt to the top of the Jotisserie for a better seal. Only on a needed basis. That disappointing to hear that some don't fit, mine fit pretty good. Jumped right into cooking a prime rib. No issues, but I don't think mine will pass the dollar bill test. I can't see a gap, but if I push down on the lid and still goes down a a bit more. But the prime rib was insanely good!!! So I'm happy:) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. So I just got my Joetisserie and I have been trying to think of a Irish recipe or a Irish inspired meal that I could spin on the rotisserie. Any ideas?
  12. Well I ordered the big joe Tisserie from my local dealer and they just called to tell me it's in!! WhoaHooo !!! Going to pick it up Friday morning. He ordered two of them, so as of 4:30 this afternoon ones unspoken for, if anyone in the Annapolis, MD area is looking to pick one up. LMK So on that note looking for first spin ideas!! Something good, like prime rib roast or leg of lamb. Suggestion appreciated ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Welcome and greetings from another in the Dena! If need be we can exchange cooking tips via smoke signal Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Had my Akorn for 4-5 yrs until it rusted out on me. I knew as soon as it did I wanted a KJ or Primo. But couldn't go any smaller, I filled the Akorn several times, and found myself wanting more room. I got the Big Joe and I am happy as can be!!! Now I am cooking more then ever and I make sure to load up the Joe on cooks for leftovers during the week, or vacuum seal and freeze! Win Win with the KJBJ
  15. Yeah, but with a 1-2hr rest, serving time of around 1600, stills buts me in a middle of the night start time. It seems inevitable that I will be up in the middle of the night on this one. I have cooked brisket low low and slow 215-225 for 16-18 hrs before and I just can't say I ever loved them, I do kinda feel that cooking at 275'ish mark (250 would also work I am sure) might get the results I am looking for.
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