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    Canadian / American BBQ Fusion
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. I have a KJ classic - had it for over 6 years. Agree with your comment about best purchase ever. I also have a 22” Weber Kettle which comes in real handy if I want to smoke multiple meats. If you want to save some money, get a Kettle. If you don’t mind spending some more money, definitely get another 18” KJ. You can’t beat the versatility.
  2. I’ve had my KJC1 for about 4 or 5 years now. I’ve never had an issue with it. Best money I ever spent on outdoor cooking equipment.
  3. SmokeyBloke - buying the KJ is the best money I ever spent. I’ve had mine for about 5 years and the versatility of it still amazes me. I don’t know how anyone ever learned to cook before YouTube!
  4. I did a 14 lb prime rib on the Kamado Joe New Year’s Eve using the wrap technique I learned here from John. I did let it dry in some cheese cloth for a couple of days prior to applying my rub. Used some pecan/cherry chunks at 230F for about 4.5 hrs. Turned out fantastic. Thanks John.
  5. Looks great John. How long was it wrapped? What’s the theory on wrapping it pre-cook?
  6. Looks great John! Will you be posting a video of this on YouTube?
  7. I'm Canadian, but had the pleasure of living and working in Texas and Oklahoma for 11 years. During that time, I became a huge BBQ enthusiast. I came back to Canada in 2011, but still do a ton of Southern type cooking and it has kind of morphed into what I call Canadian/American BBQ fusion. Tools of choice: Kamado Joe Classic (best money I ever spent!). Thanks to John Setzler for all his videos! I'm a big fan of John's. Weber Summit 670 Weber Kettle Meats of choice Beef - big cuts. I with smoke or dry age for grilling hand cut steaks. Wild game - Moose
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