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    Duck9601 got a reaction from tomlevine1 in Temperature Controllers for the Kamado Joe, et al.   
    I got a Flame Boss 100 on Ebay for about $130-$140. It works great. Once I set the temp it holds firm. I check it periodically, but I would feel comfortable setting it on a long overnight cook and going to sleep. I chose the 100 because I don’t like relying on WiFi or an app that has been known to go tango uniform from time to time. 
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Tex in Vacuum Sealers   
    I’ve been using this one for about 9 years. It’s very durable and works with all bags.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from ckreef in Rib roast   
    Lowe’s is also a grocery chain based out of NC. http://www.lowesfoods.com/
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from CentralTexBBQ in Rib roast   
    Lowe’s is also a grocery chain based out of NC. http://www.lowesfoods.com/
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from CentralTexBBQ in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from ckreef in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Golf Griller in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Nnank76 in What to bring to Christmas when told not to bring a thing....   
    I was going to say that booze is always a nice gesture, but this works as well.
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from daninpd in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from KismetKamado in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from BURGER MEISTER in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 got a reaction from freddyjbbq in Rib roast   
    I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.



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    Duck9601 reacted to GLOCKer in Reverse sear cyberq question   
    Pull the CyberQ BEFORE you take the temp up on your kamado grill.  You can fry the probes on the CyberQ.  It's meant for controlling temps over time, not to act like a dial on an oven you can turn up.
     
    To get a good searing temp, open up that top vent to get air flowing and get HOT!
     
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Teajunkie in KJ Roadshow Apex, NC   
    Sorry for the late response I was gone for a week. Just google “Costco Special Events” and then click on your region and see what’s coming. I just happened to see that they were doing a KJ Roadshow in Apex (Raleigh).
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Golf Griller in KJ Roadshow Apex, NC   
    I  went to the Costco in Apex, NC to get some KJ lump ($21.99 for 30 lb bag). They had the same deals on KJ’s and lump as the other roadshows,  but they were also selling Joetisserie’s. Same deal as always. Free cover and fire starters with purchase. I didn’t ask about the deal for the floor models.
     
    KJ Lump: $21.99
    Big Joe: $1499
    KJ Classic: $969
    Small: $399
    Joetisserie: $185
     
     
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Smoke and Awe in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 reacted to ckreef in Brunswick Stew   
    It looks good. I use a combination about 1/2 vinegar based and 1/2 sweet. They seem to offset each other. 
     
     
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    Duck9601 got a reaction from daninpd in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from ckreef in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Rob_grill_apprentice in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Smokey Sam in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from prowe in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from KismetKamado in Brunswick Stew   
    I had some leftover BBQ pork and chicken, so I decided to try my hand at Brunswick stew. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce which is pretty sweet. I might try a vinegar based sauce next time.  It still turned out great.

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    Duck9601 got a reaction from TKOBBQ in Kamado Joe Smoked Meatloaf   
    I got John Setzler’s smoked meatloaf recipe off of YouTube and decided to give it a try. I followed the recipe very close, but I used two different BBQ sauces. I put John Boy & Billy’s grilling sauce (local NC product) in the meat and used Sweet Baby Rays to top it off. I also used McCormick’s Grill Mates Sweet & Smokey BBQ rub and hickory chunks  for smoke instead of applewood.  Anyway, it turned out great and I already ate about half of it, so if you want a good smoked meatloaf recipe then this one should suit you. My  wife threw some purple potatoes in the air fryer with olive oil and French Onion soup mix sprinkled over them. They were a nice compliment (so was the beer).


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    Duck9601 got a reaction from Blusmoke in Kamado Joe Smoked Meatloaf   
    I got John Setzler’s smoked meatloaf recipe off of YouTube and decided to give it a try. I followed the recipe very close, but I used two different BBQ sauces. I put John Boy & Billy’s grilling sauce (local NC product) in the meat and used Sweet Baby Rays to top it off. I also used McCormick’s Grill Mates Sweet & Smokey BBQ rub and hickory chunks  for smoke instead of applewood.  Anyway, it turned out great and I already ate about half of it, so if you want a good smoked meatloaf recipe then this one should suit you. My  wife threw some purple potatoes in the air fryer with olive oil and French Onion soup mix sprinkled over them. They were a nice compliment (so was the beer).


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