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  • Birthday 10/06/1945

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    Providence Forge, VA
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    My 06 Mustang and Home Theater.
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Howdy!

    Welcome to the forum!
  2. I absolutely love this new grill

    +1 on the KAB, you will love how easy it makes doing recooks with the same lump. You will love the Joetisserie, I know I love mine. When you get the time get a basket for it and you will be amazed how many things you can use it for and how well they come out. I have this one from OneGrill. https://www.amazon.com/OneGrill-Performer-Universal-Rotisserie-Hexagon/dp/B01NAEOFXK/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1518910048&sr=8-4&keywords=rotisserie++baskets
  3. Anyone use Stainless Steel pans?

    You guys are echoing my thoughts. I love CI but the wife will not have them, mainly due the weight and she thinks they are ugly, so I am going to give the SS a try. I have read several times that SS can be seasoned, just like CI, it just has to be repeated more often. Have any of you tried seasoning your SS pans?
  4. Hey Y'All!

    Welcome to the forum!
  5. Anyone use Stainless Steel pans?

    I'm really getting tired of non stick pans, for the way the just do not hold up. The expensive ones will still only last a few years before the coatings come off, even when you baby them and only use non metallic utensils.. I did a lot of research on SS and I just ordered a pair of All Clad d5 skillets, 9 inch and 11 inch, to see how I like them. Does anyone have any experience with All Calde, I like that it is American made?
  6. New Akorn Jr

    Welcome to the forum! I love my Akorn Jr. and I ma sure you will also. It takes a while to get the temps figured out as small changes cause swings but you will get it down.
  7. Router table to fix Kamado Table

    Sounds great, I have looked at that and Marc's kit but I just don't make enough cabinets to justify the cost. Being old and retired, it's just a hobby for me and I mostly make things for myself, or for my kids houses.
  8. Greetings from Austin Texas

    Welcome to the forum!
  9. Router table to fix Kamado Table

    I am partial to the new Freud Quad cut bits myself but Whiteside are also good. If you get interested in making some floating panel cabinet doors there is a guy that has a unique approach to cabinet building and has bits custom made for him. They are great bits and his system also works well. His name is Marc Sommerfeld , you should check out his site, http://sommerfeldtools.com/ he has some unbelievable stuff on it. There are also several videos on YouTube of his work.
  10. Router table to fix Kamado Table

    I would make one suggestion on bits. Just buy whatever bits you need for a current project and only buy quality bits, about 80% of the bits you get in a set will never be used. Having a bit come apart at 20,000 RPM will make a believer out of you, that quality bits are worth the cost.
  11. Rib Rack for Optimal Rib Quantity

    I would just go ahead and purchase the extended rack. I have found that when you really load up the grill with ribs, without enough space between the racks, they just don't come out as well. I have a rib rack, like the one pictured and I used to load my grill up with about 8 racks using it but I was never as happy with the cooks as I was with smaller cooks, so I got the extended rack and now the ribs on big cooks come out much better.
  12. Hi there, my name its Roberto Valenzueka

    Welcome to the forum!
  13. This is a great stone. I have used mine for over 4 years now and it hasn't given me any problems. I have had Pizza stones break from the heat but my original Akorn stone is still going strong.
  14. New and shopping for my 1st

    Welcome to the forum! If you can afford it I would go with the Big Joe from the road show, much better quality grill and a great company.
  15. New Movie "12 Strong"

    A Canadian sniper has the record for the longest kill shot, 3,540 metres just over 2 miles, in Iraq. They are not just peacekeepers and are outstanding troops helping the fight against terrorism.
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