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Herman Munster

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Langley British Columbia Canada
  • Interests
    Fishing ,working on cars,Playing music, Cooking,BBqing
  • Grill
    Vision

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  1. That's atleast 200.bucks off .plus you are getting the gas insert .Excellent deal.Herman
  2. I used to haul fish Turbot is like a mini Halibut (they look the same just smaller) Similar taste to Halibut .Herman
  3. Good one John but not all of us have or want facebook LOL. Herman
  4. I have a Cabellas cast iron skillet I use for a heat deflector . Yes it did burn the seasoning off but I double wrap it in tin foil . I read about the grape seed oil and will try and reseason it with that. Herman
  5. well it might . But i would trust a weld from a wire welder a lot more . Take maybe 5 minutes to do. Herman
  6. I'll just buy a new Visions cover . Mine is three years old it's a little faded but still in great shape . All the stitching is intact and it covers the whole grill not just the top half of it . Herman
  7. It's not a big deal as you guys are making it out to be . Separating the ash from the left over lump . Cleaning your kamado out so clean just makes it harder to control the temp. As long as you get the majority of the ash out your good to go. People spend a lot of money for nothing . Herman PS that's what the holes in the bottom your fire box are for.
  8. Well I know it's a little late for this but you could put a little weld on each side of the caster to the frame and it wouldn't tear out like that . Herman
  9. They are heavy best 2 have 2 people. Herman
  10. I was just going to try this ,but didn't know which method to use seems simple enough going to do a little beef roast I figure will take about 3 hours @ 275-300 so I'll throw the potatoes on at the same time . Herman
  11. No it's a full size kamado 23 or 24" but these are Side ribs (I like more meat than bones LOL) I like beef ribs too. Herman
  12. Beef Ribs are one of my favorite things to cook on my kamado . About 3 hours 250-275 and the meat is about 210 deg. Perfect. Herman
  13. Try a Cast Iron frying pan works excellent . Herman
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