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Golf Griller

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Golf Griller last won the day on September 23 2018

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About Golf Griller

  • Birthday 03/26/1951

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  • Location:
    Ft. Mitchell, KY
  • Interests
    Enjoying retirement, Grilling, and Golf
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Great looking pizza. I'd love to try a slice of that.
  2. or, as a friend did, come out with a kayak, and have to call husband to come help get it home.
  3. When I do a low and slow cook, I use half of a KJ firestarter and start the fire in the middle of the charcoal. The fire spreads out from the middle after that. As others ahve noted on here your KJ may have a different burn pattern for the charcoal.
  4. Looks delicious. Everything's better with pepperoni, ham, red peppers, and cheese.
  5. Golf Griller

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    Welcome from another Denver Bronco fan.
  6. Looks as good as some eye of round that I have done; although my wife and I like it a little more rare than that.
  7. I live in the Cincinnati area, and others live farther north than I do, and we use our grills year around too.
  8. Welcome to the forum. There is a lot of information here, along with people who are willing to help with any questions you might have about grilling.
  9. Right now I'm using KJ Big Block, that I stocked up on at the Costco roadshow.
  10. How clean were you trying to get the grates? I clean my grates with a grill brush when I am getting ready to cook again. I heat the grill up and then use the grill brush to clean it off before I put what I'm cooking on the grill. The grates have not looked shiny bright since about my fourth cook.
  11. I live in a townhouse. The HOA would not allow some of these great outdoor cooking areas.
  12. Welcome to the forum. We are a friendly and helpful bunch.
  13. That's interesting. I need to replace my gasket (look at my post in the last challenge -- Fajitas) I get some smoke leaking during my cooks, but I am still able to hold temperatures and shut the grill down without any problem.
  14. I leave the deflector plate in and when the top starts to look a little grungier than I prefer, I turn it over and the underside is white and clean. I don't know for sure, but even with a low and slow cook, the underside of the deflectors should get burned off so that they are clean . It's the fire underneath the deflectors that burn off the gunk and clean them.
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