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  1. Thanks John, I just messaged you. So i dont hijack the thread.
  2. JOHN, WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE ROAD SHOWS USED FOR? AND DO THEY HAVE PLENTY OF JOES FOR SALE? OR ONLY A FEW THEY BRING FOR SALE?
  3. I guess the better question i should ask is, do i have to take any different precautions then i already do on my weber summit. Cooking wise and lighting wise? or pretty much the same?
  4. Yeah on my summit I dont really do open air grilling. Lid is usually always closed. Only open to check the status of whatever it is im cooking. honestly it takes about 15-20 min for me to light a chimney full of charcoal. I did rad that ceramic take longer to bring up ot temp and then if you bring them up to fast that it may be hard for you to bring temps back down (in timely manner) if you over shoot? Any truth to this?
  5. NEWBIE AND POTENTIAL KAMADO JOE -BIG JOE BUYER. IS THERE ANYTHING SPECIAL REGARDING THESE COSTCO ROAD SHOWS DO THEY USUALLY HAVE THE BIG JOE SIZE AND I WONDER IF THEY WILL HAVE THE JOE 3 FOR SALE THERE? ARE THE DISCOUNTED PRICES FOR THE JOES AT THE ROAD SHOWS? IF SO THERE IS ONE COMING UP IN MY AREA AND I MAY NEED TO PAY A VISIT. ANYONE WHO HAS BEEN PLEASE GIVE THE 411. THANKS ALL.
  6. Hello all, I currently own a weber summit charcoal and i am not sure if i will keep it or not. I love the thing cooks awesome. But the innovative seamless accessories ex. DoJoe and Joetisserie that the Kamado Joe come with look super awesome, and I feel like Weber seems to neglect their bigger grills with the accessories they currently have for smaller units. That being said am i crazy for wanting to switch over? Is it true that the Joe (ceramics) take long to heat up and if you overshoot (good luck bringing the temp back down) ?? Is it a pain only cooking with lump or briquettes? Would like some some feedback if you think i should switch and about the heating up of ceramics.
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