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  1. my wife and i watched that, it was great. also check out hand of God on amazon prime
  2. a fella on a facebook bbq group i'm in just received the exact model with the orange cart in your 1st post. it is beautiful, i want one
  3. nice score pete, i didnt need any more kamados but i hooked myself up with 15 bags of lump in costco nh; great deals
  4. trying this out with pizza bible dough recipe
  5. congrats on your new grill, no burn in required, i cooked burgers on my first run
  6. dang, i was hoping for some sliced pics of this, got any?
  7. ((freddyj rubs his eyes)) dub??
  8. agreed, looks very peaceful
  9. Pauls got it & according to the KJ rep at Costco Nashua, it's no rumor. i had gotten there 2 days after the show opened & we talked a good bit. he told me that he had sold about 8 grills st that point and oddly, no one had taken the demo deal yet because the folks wanted to cook right away vs waiting for the roadshow to end
  10. love my Big Joe
  11. that is cool!
  12. and the fun begins!!
  13. my best results on the kamado kamado have always been 5-550. if you want to hone pizza making skills, i highly recommend watching this 8 minute video and giving the dough and cooking technique a try. it's easy to follow and great results. as K-ville points out this air gap is crucial to not burning the bottom imo. my experience also agrees with his points on cooking temp.