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  1. BobE

    Pastrami and Ribs

    Pastrami and ribs looks great and your photo's are awesome! Thanks for sharing
  2. BobE

    Greetings from New York

    Welcome to the forum David, and congratulations on your new Kamado Joe. Like you, I got my KJ from Amazon about this time last year and it's been a great grill. Assuming your grill comes with a stand, and you use it, you'll be fine cooking on a wood deck. Best of luck with your first cook!
  3. BobE

    West Virginia Grillin

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new Vision Classic! Hope it helps you make some amazing cooks. I share your taste in a single malt.
  4. BobE

    Hi from Melbourne, Australia

    Welcome to the forum RodN and congratulations on your soon to be delivered Kamado Joe! Lots of people here have been turning out amazing cooks on the different KJ models. There are some excellent video's here you can watch to help pass the time while you wait for delivery. Best of luck on the first cook.
  5. BobE

    Hello from California!

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new Kamado Joe! It's a great grill that produces a lot of amazing cooks for many members of this site. Good luck on your first cook.
  6. BobE

    Hello from the snowy Okanogan Highlands

    Welcome to the forum Farmer Bill, it sounds like you'll fit right in here.
  7. BobE

    Hello from Montana

    Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new Big KJ2! Glad to have you on board.
  8. BobE

    How to generate smoke in a Kamado Joe

    Welcome to the site and congratulations on you new Kamado Joe! I second the advice that you watch John Setzler's video, it's very informative. My experience with Turkey is that only a little smoke is required to impart flavor. I use apple wood for foul and hard woods like, hickory and oak, for beef and pork. Best of luck with the new grill
  9. BobE

    BBQ Chicken on a can

    It looks very tasty, couldn't help noticing that the 'boobs' seemed to have sagged over time. I guess that's to be expected
  10. BobE

    Hello from Georgia

    Welcome to the forum, it sounds like you are off and running with your new Big Joe. The first cook is always the one you learn the most from.Your FIL got you a great present that you should enjoy for many years.
  11. BobE

    Hello from Belgium

    Welcome to the forum, it sounds like you will fit right in. Glad you joined!
  12. BobE

    Pulled the trigger on a KJ

    Welcome to the forum Pete and congratulations on your new Kamado Joe II, it's a great grill. As usual @keeperovdeflame gave some great advice. You can also use a pair of welder's gloves to handle the hot stuff. I use a ThermoPro wireless remote thermometer (link below). It gets great reviews and it has much greater range than the blue tooth models. Best of luck with your new grill and enjoy the first cook! https://www.amazon.com/ThermoPro-Wireless-Digital-Cooking-Thermometer/dp/B01GE77QT0/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1543880639&sr=8-3&keywords=fireboard+thermometer
  13. BobE

    Hello from Green Bay

    Welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing the pics of your flat, hope it tastes as good as it looks. Smoke flavor is a personal preference for sure. Some like the hint of smoke while others like it heavy. If you tend to the latter, try using chunks of oak or hickory, loaded near the bottom, and put the meat on when the chimney is still producing white smoke. P.S. I have, and will always, love the Green Bay Packers!
  14. BobE

    BBQ firewood guy

    Welcome to the forum. If there was someone local to me that had a similar business they would have me as a customer.
  15. BobE

    Hello from Alberta Canada

    Welcome to the site and congratulations for finding a sweet deal on a Big Joe. Have fun firing it up for the first time!