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BobE

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  • Location:
    South Florida
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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  1. BobE

    Hello from Spain

    Hi Carmen, welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new Kamado! Enjoy the grill and best of luck on your first cook.
  2. BobE

    Just another noob

    Welcome to the forum. Very sorry to hear about the problems with your, soon to be, ex Pitt Boss. I don't think you're impatient at all, you paid good money for a product that didn't come close to meeting your expectations, and you did the right thing by sending it back. As for what to do now... Get the Kamado you like that fits in your budget, then fire that sucker up! Ribs don't cook themselves you know.
  3. BobE

    Hello from NC.

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new Kamado Joe! New grill, plenty of lump charcoal, all you need is some meat and a match! Good luck on your first cook.
  4. BobE

    Hello from the Alabama Gulf Coast...

    Sounds like you are going to be a source of inspiration, glad you joined the forum!
  5. BobE

    Hello from Vero Beach, FL

    Welcome to the forum and enjoy your new Kamado! I'm just down the coast, near Stuart.
  6. BobE

    Greetings from the Bellingham area

    Welcome to the site and best of luck getting a Kamado that fits your budget and exceeds your expectations
  7. BobE

    Akorn Jr. has a new cart

    An $88 grill cart; I applaud your ingenuity sir, well done!
  8. BobE

    Should I eat it or not?!

    After it passes the sniff test, I'd rinse it with apple cider vinegar. Then give it a good rub and get it on the grill ASAP. It's an extrapolation of the 5 second rule
  9. Welcome to the forum and congrats on your KJ jr! Hope you enjoy the ribs.
  10. BobE

    Help a newbie!

    How about a mixed grill of ribs and chicken thighs? Ribs first and then scrub the grill with a wire brush where you are going to put on the chicken to get rid of residual spices. Remove the poultry skin before serving, or crisp it up over high heat.
  11. Very nice looking table! The slatted top is awesome, very clean with simple lines. Really like how you did the bottom shelf too, you put a lot of thought went into this table. I was going to comment about the lack of a bottle opener until I took a closer look at your pictures. You've thought of everything.
  12. BobE

    Sunday meatfeast

    Nice looking cook! That's a great Sunday tradition you've got going there.
  13. Great write up and I loved the pictures. The sandwich put it over the top! Thanks for sharing.
  14. BobE

    Greetings from Tulsa, OK

    Congratulations on your new grill, time to fire that sucker up!
  15. BobE

    Hello from Melbourne

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new KJ, It's a great grill.
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