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    Software Development, Scuba Diving, and of course Kamado Grilling
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  1. Hey @John Setzler, software engineer here. I work mainly with Microsoft products, but database stuff is fairly universal. If you want to have me look at something for you, I'd be happy to do it. Allan
  2. I was curious about this as well. Are we doing it this year @John Setzler ?
  3. Three Deerhounds! That's a whole lotta dog. They are beautiful though.
  4. Thanks adm. I have an extension cord available if I would need it, and an external usb battery power source as well. It sounds like the internal batter will do fine, or maybe a boost from an external battery pack for long cooks. I am just glad I won't have to use the extension cord. I am always afraid the dogs will pull my Flameboss off the grill as they run over the extension cord at full doggy steam. I imagine a 65 pound Vizsla at 35-40 MPH would fling a temp controller far and wide if he hit the extension cord.
  5. Is the pro that much larger than the big joe?
  6. Thanks for the review John, I do have a couple of questions. 1. Why did you not use the slo roller? 2. Does the Fireboard Drive power the fans as well, or is there separate power for that? Looks like you are powering the Fireboard with a portable battery. Would a normal USB phone charger work with it? Thanks for your time! Allan
  7. What John said! I have the same grill, 2017 model I believe. I had the same issues. If you monitor the grill and continue to make vent adjustments, you'll end up frustrated, and chasing the temp you want, without it staying there for long before it shoots back up or drops too low. Get a temp controller. I personally use the flame boss version 2 I believe. It works very well, but I have been looking at the Fire Board recently. It looks good as well. Do your research and pick one. For Low and slow, or higher temps that you want to keep steady, like for baking bread or a cake, you will w
  8. Well we just did another rum cake. As you can see, slightly lopsided. Can't wait to try it!
  9. I've baked a rum cake in mine and it wasn't quite level. The cake was baked in a bunt pan. it was slightly leaning when finished, but the flavor was still great.
  10. I see the only difference between these 2 is taller dome lid, stainless steel parts on the pro, and about $1000-1200. Am I missing something, or is there some other reason to spend the extra cash on the Pro Joe? Because to me, the Big Joe III is a much better deal.
  11. Anyone been to one yet? Are they offering the new Big Joe's? Also anyone have the pricing? Thanks, Allan
  12. I totally agree. The Flame Boss has worked great for me. I do like the one with the display, cause even if internet or phone goes out, you can still control it with external display unit. I have a flame boss 200 and have been using it for over 2 years now with no issues and very solid temp holding.
  13. I've had good luck with the Weber chunks as well as western: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IF1H88M?pf_rd_p=183f5289-9dc0-416f-942e-e8f213ef368b&pf_rd_r=SVRZF105YNRG3NCH6FYW https://www.amazon.com/Western-Premium-Products-Cooking-Chunks/dp/B00AL1TH20/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=western+apple+wood&qid=1568127947&s=lawn-garden&sr=1-1 I would recommend apple or cherry for pork, maybe Pecan. I wouldn't go any heavier than that for smoke. Good luck!
  14. I used a ratcheting tie down strap from Harbor freight to keep my hinge compressed while adjusting the bands and lid. Pretty cheap way to go.
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