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    Southern California
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    Beekeeping, Knife making, Astrophotography, Geocaching
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    Kamado Joe
  1. Thanks, Bob. I think I'm just going to start with a good ribeye. I was reading about the reverse sear and thought that might be a good way to dip my toe in the water.
  2. Thank you! I think I'm going to like it here.
  3. Thanks for the info and the gorgeous pics!
  4. Thank you for the advice! Sounds like a great way to start. I'm retiring in a few months, and one of the places we're considering is Flagstaff. Any thoughts about that area?
  5. My Kamado Joe Classic was just delivered! My gas grill finally died (after a long and fruitful life), and in searching for a replacement, I learned about Kamado grills. I've wanted to expand my meager grilling skills for a while now, and it seems that, with the Kamado, I can do just about anything. It looks like there's a bit of a learning curve involved, so my plan is to move low and slow, picking up as much knowledge as I can while trying (and probably failing occasionally) to serve up some awesome dishes. I appreciate everyone who is submitting to this forum, and hope to be able to contribute myself someday.
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