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  1. Sounds like an awesome vacation. Great pictures.
  2. I wouldn't worry about it. Emailing chargriller is not a bad idea just incase something happens in the future.
  3. Very interesting cook. I've never seen split bones like that. Really creative entry.
  4. Great looking mater pie and homemade sauces.
  5. I have a Yakatori (ceramic hibachi) and use it from time to time.
  6. Nice - maybe one day.
  7. Looks great. Were you listening to Zydeco music during the cook? I actually have a zydeco station on Pandora I listen to from time to time. My dad liked zydeco music.
  8. Eeeekkk on the rolling pin. Ruins a good dough ball (at least for thin and crispy). Check out the KA Artisan Pizza method. Does a board stretch (preserving the edge) followed by a mild hand/air stretch.
  9. As for the gasket - do not remove the factory gasket. Add the new gasket to the opposite surface. The smoking stone is awesome - good purchase.
  10. Something else I noticed, he tried not to disturb the outer edge similar to the KA Artisan method as he was board stretching. Also he mentioned not to use a rolling pin. (I totally agree with that except for very specific doughs)
  11. Just realize, if the probe tip is too close to the meat you'll get a false lower reading. The meat itself is colder than the environment and it also blocks the true heat from getting to the probe. Those two reasons will give you a low reading. If it was me I would have the probe tip 3" or so above the meat.
  12. For $100 you really can't go wrong.
  13. That was an awesome video, TY for posting it. Very kewl stretching method, I'll have to try that one day. Interesting toppings. Great looking pizzas.
  14. Tim good to see you have a login. You have a lot of fans of all your products here on Kamado Guru. When you get a chance please go to the introduction section and tell us a little about yourself and what you do at Thermoworks.
  15. That is some seriously meaty belly. Looks delicious.