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Golf Griller

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About Golf Griller

  • Birthday 03/26/1951

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    Ft. Mitchell, KY
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    Enjoying retirement, Grilling, and Golf
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. I also follow @John Setzler's advice and don't have any problems getting my fire started. As others have said in other threads, the less charcoal that you light the lower you can keep the temperatures, the higher you want the temperature the more charcoal you need to light.
  2. They have a good selection of wood. I was able to order three different woods that I cannot find locally.
  3. You have set the bar for the rest of us. Great looking cook.
  4. I'm not sure either. I only have a KJ Classic, but I am willing to spend the money that I have to realizing that there are some limitations and I may lose some fuel due to not being able to shut things down, or as I did one time and forgot to close the vents after a cook. I only found out the next morning.
  5. Welcome to the forum. There is a lot of good advice here, and people who are willing to answer your questions. Post pics of your cooks as you do them.
  6. I only have one cast iron cooking grate, so I use a half-moon setup.
  7. What is this strange concept called "left over ribs?" I never have any leftover ribs.
  8. Welcome to the forum. There are a lot of people who will willingly help you with any questions that you have.
  9. @skreef Thanks, I had a great game last Friday, but not as good a game as @dman, unless you include my handicap -- then I shot a 3 under par round.
  10. Great looking pizza. I'll take 2 slices.
  11. Great looking meal and congratulations on the golf score. My golf game is still at teh point where I am happy with bogie golf.
  12. Welcome to the forum. I don't have any information on the Monolith Pro Classic, but there may be some information in the Other Kamados section of this forum.
  13. I also have some tequila cask balsamic vinegar.
  14. Here is my entry for this month's challenge. I am going to make fruit kebobs that are grilled on the KJC. Cut up the fruit for the skewers. Clockwise from lower left -- pineapple, peaches, kiwi, nectarine, and mango. I think some of the fruit was cut too small, and some of it was too ripe and I could not get the fruit to stay on the skewer; therefore, plan B grill the fruit and use it as an ice cream topping. I also made a Marsala wine and balsamic vinegar reduction for the fruit. I had to grill the fruit in two batches And the finished grilled fruit. And the desert money shot. It tasted delicious and was a good topping for some vanilla ice cream. Sorry about the pictures, When I look at them on my computer they all look like they have the correct orientation. I don't know why they are showing up on here rotated 90*.
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