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  1. ... And a shout out to Aashni - "let's get that bad boy on the grill!"
  2. Thanks John - I subscribed to the Atlanta Grill channel now...awesome St Louis ribs first up! Best wishes for your endeavours.
  3. Recently browsing the Kamado Joe cooking channel on Youtube, I was surprised to see the last vid by John seems to have been the doeJOE chicken thighs, from June 19th, 2020. Without wishing to embarrass him in any way, he's such a legend and institution on that channel, I was suprised to find no mention of it on this forum (perhaps there is/was but my observation skills are lacking, or perhaps it's not a topic for discussion). Anyway, I just wanted to sincerely thank John for his expertise, guidance and laid back style in presenting so much knowledge over the years. I st
  4. When my current nomex felt gasket wears out, I'd like to change to the newer fibreglass mesh gasket as found on the new Joes. I have an original Classic 1 model, which is fantastic, but doesn't have the air hinge or locking mechanism. I've read in different places different info on whether or not the Classic without the airlift hinge or locking lid you should us a fibre mesh gasket on both the lid and bottom half, or just the bottom half, in order to get a proper seal. I've also seen the actual KJ version of the gasket for sale, but often out of stock, as
  5. Settings are: P: 2.5I: 0.035D: 6Fan: on above 40%, min 0%, max 50%, startup max 90% I purchased a pre-printed adapt-a-damper, with the 6.7 cfm fan, which is plenty enough for a kamado oven. Yeah, you can buy a pre-soldered unit, but where's the fun in that? You do still have to fit together the servo damper, case and wire the ethernet keystone.
  6. At the risk of sounding like a bit of a fanboi, I just put together a Heatermeter kit, and this is one amazing DIY temperature controller. Compared to the commercial / assembled options I was looking at, the Heatermeter is cheaper, although not too different by the time you buy probes, a case, and spend time putting it together. Its main advantage is user-serviceability, with very easily available parts should anything stop working and great flexibility and options. For example, you can run up to 4 probes, including one pit probe (ideally a thermocouple). The combination of servo-c
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