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    Halethorpe, Md
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    BBQ, computer networking, woodworking, furniture refinishing, reading, bread making
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  1. Weber Roasted Garlic and Herb Dizzy Pig Mediterranean-ish Dizzy Dust Pineapple Head Definitely check out their selections. I also have met the owner, Chris Capell, who is a sterling individual, and one of the nicest people you will ever meet.
  2. I love my Primo Junior. They do actually sell a cradle for it, so it can be somewhat portable. (2 people). A Big Green Egg Mini-Max is also pretty good. I cooked on a friend’s once, and really enjoyed the experience.
  3. What is your formula for the sandwich bread, John?
  4. I would like to see the actual grill before I purchased it.
  5. I saw the same deal at at Lowe’s. The differences I noted were the vent cap, and the lack of the spring loaded hinge.
  6. That looks delectable! Great job! I love my Anova. I need to use it more often. You have inspired me to get it out again soon.
  7. I started with the Akorn and I don't regret it at all. I have had it for 2.5 years, and I have done low 'n slow, hot and fast, and really hot for pizza. I put a gasket around the bottom, where the ash pan clamps on. I have also replaced the cast iron grate with a stainless steel one from Amazon. The Akron does pretty well with temp stability. It is not the best, but it is great for deciding whether you want to get deeper into kamado land. And it is definitely the lowest price point.
  8. I have had good experiences with Rockwood charcoal, both in my Akorn, and in my Primo Junior.
  9. Bravo! Even dessert was done on the Primo!
  10. What size is the pizza pan? Your Akorn cooking surface is approximately 20" in diameter. I use a 15" round stone on my Akorn all the time, and it fits quite easily.
  11. My band bolts were nowhere near that bent. But I took the thing apart to move it, since I was not going to try and move a 115 Lb grill by myself. That is most likely where the problem was. I did understand what you meant by "wallered out." So I guess I'm a redneck!
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