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  1. I currently live in Atlanta. It is a Southern thing. But, I like it.
  2. Looks great. Definitely going to do this one. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Great looking streaks. Big fan of Sprouts. Quality food at good prices. Give the spinach and feta chicken sausage a try as well. I shop there at least once a week.
  4. That is very a very good looking brisket. I am definitely going to try the Atlanta technique. Thanks for sharing.
  5. You can call KJ and order from them directly,,or most local dealers now are selling them also. You can check ace hardware, or bbqguys.com is an authorized dealer online. That's where I first bought my big joe Thanks Oly, I appreciate the info.
  6. Great looking cook. Would you mind sharing where you purchased the griddle you used. Thanks.
  7. Very nice looking spread of food. I am really digging the pans. Thanks for sharing.
  8. That stew looks amazing. Really looking forward to seeing the video.
  9. I have had mine for about a year now. All I can say is they are one of the best things I have ever purchased for grilling. Very versatile. Not gimmicky at all. JM2CW.
  10. My in-laws come by when they know gumbo is being made. It's cool. Thanks again for sharing the recipe.
  11. I've been wanting to do a gumbo for a while now. Gumbo is great done in cast iron. The 5 quart will work well for the wife and I.
  12. That is an excellent looking cook. I am sure it tasted even better. I just bought a 5 quart Lodge for smaller batches of gumbo and such. But that pot roast will be the going on the Akorn in that 5 quart very soon. Thanks for sharing your cook.
  13. That is a great bunch of wings. I see why the family requested round two. Where did you find the rack you used. Thanks in advance.
  14. Your cook looks great and I am sure it tasted great as well. Growing up in NC we had oxtails all the time. It was considered a less desirable cut of meet. So, you could get them from the grocery stores a little on nothing. Once I moved to Atlanta I was turned on to Jamaican style oxtails. Slow roasted in a gravy with herbs and spices. As more people have discovered how great oxtails taste the cost for them has gone through the roof. I was in Publix a couple of days ago and the cost per pound was $6.00. The cost for standing rib roast was $6.99. I would have never thought to cook oxtails on a smoker, but I can promise you this, I am certainly gonna give it a try. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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