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Herman Munster

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    Langley British Columbia Canada
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    Fishing ,working on cars,Playing music, Cooking,BBqing
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  1. Herman Munster

    Hello from Jax Fl

    Good show brother ! I live in Canada and yes we do get a lot of rain and snow and some people do use their Kamodos in foul weather . Its not so much the ceramic body that will get messed up .... just the metal fixtures they will start to rust and not look so good. I say build something for your grill to live in and something you can stand under while its raining on everybody elses heads. Water dripping on your food is never a good thing .Others here might have a never ending supply of money to just go buy another grill ... I for 1 dont so I take care of my stuff. Herman
  2. Herman Munster

    Hello from Jax Fl

    Well its only my opinion .But your spending some pretty good money to buy your Joe . Just build something to put it in a few 2x4s and some plywood a little paint . It will look like new for years . My deck is not covered 1/2 of it is and thats where I keep my Kamado with its cover on we get a lot of rain so its nice to try and keep your investment in good shape for as long as possible.Herman
  3. Herman Munster

    Finally did it

    Looks cool (nice chrome stand) Herman
  4. Herman Munster

    ProJoe

    Ya I agree but its staying where ever you put it (not moving that around ) Herman
  5. Herman Munster

    I cooked a thing (Beef Ribs)!

    I did some prime ribs .Last weekend Herman
  6. Herman Munster

    Fire starter

    glad your prepared brother .I think Ill stick with wood its way cheaper. Herman
  7. Herman Munster

    WOOHOO!

    Actually you want space around the stone or deflector for the smoke to travel up to your meat. And ya you can use of kinds of material for the deflector .I had a steel one made (my stone broke in about 6-7 months of use) 70. bucks what a waste. Lots of people use cast iron for the deflector. Herman
  8. Herman Munster

    Well D**M

    Ya LOL LOL LOL your too funny Girl.Herman
  9. Herman Munster

    First reverse sear

    Believe it or not I didn't do a reverse sear on my steaks. Herman
  10. Herman Munster

    Fire starter

    How many times have you ran out of fire starter for your kamdo ?This happened to me so I started thinking I need to get my lump going . A small piece of 2x4 and my trusty hatchet to make.my fire kindling and I was off .So next time try a piece of wood. Herman
  11. Herman Munster

    First reverse sear

    Well I smoked my NY strips and used thermometer. Herman
  12. Herman Munster

    Hi from a dutch guy living in Playa Del Carmen

    Well after not even a year my pizza stone was broken from heat. I did get a steel plate and seasoned it (I don't have any rust and its not going break) Your other option is a cast iron pan which is a good idea. Herman
  13. Herman Munster

    Hello from a first time Kamado owner!

    Welcome to the forum . It was nice of you to post the pic of your new grill... looks great . Herman
  14. Herman Munster

    Hello from Cincy

    its coming out to taste like charcoal ? Then I would say your not letting your lump burn enough let the heavy smoke dissipate before you put your meat on. Herman
  15. Herman Munster

    Grill safety

    Ya your doing the right thing .Just move the unit away from the side of the house by at least 3 ft. Dry wood burns real easy fie extinguisher or not . I would say 25 ft is way over kill for a Kamodo if it was a fire pit then ya . Herman
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