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  1. Smashburgers on my Classic Joe and wedge fries on my Joe Jr. The potatoes, lettuce and onion are from my garden.
  2. Grilled these wings and fries on my Classic and Joe Jr. in time to watch our Chiefs. Very tasty!
  3. Do I wish I had the BJ? Never once has that crossed my mind. I have the Jr. and the Classic and I love them as they suit 100%of my needs. There are only two of us—6 when the kids and spouses come home so I’m good to go.
  4. I have a 13” lodge skillet but the 15” would sure be nice to have when cooking for four people.
  5. Turkey on the Joetisserie

    Here is my turkey
  6. Two full grills.....

    The Joe Jr.. Has 145 sq. niches of grilling space as opposed to 138 on the cadet--virtually the same.
  7. My Joe Classic had a 10 pound butt and 7 country style ribs. Joe Jr. had a grate full of ABT's or poppers, whichever you prefer to call them. Last night I had food coma from which I didn't recover until this morning. Definitely a first world problem.
  8. The random pictures thread...

    My attempt at shooting the eclipse.
  9. Classic 1 vs Classic 2

    After I posted this my friend said the link that I sent him was bad which showed the Classic 1 price at $999. They are now $1099. Would you still go for the version 2 with a price difference of $220?
  10. Classic 1 vs Classic 2

    I have a friend who is looking at buying a Classic Joe. At his local Ace they have the version 1 for $879 including tax. Version 2 is $999. I know version 2 has the air lift hinge, but other than that, what is the difference and which one would you go with considering the price difference? Thanks for your help.
  11. DIY security system - Anyone else?

    We went with Simplisafe. You pay for the equipment up front ($15/sensor) and install yourself in about an hour and a half. We needed 17 sensors--one for each window and paid about $400 in equipment. Monitoring is $15/ month and the system is wireless. I'm working on a camera system next.
  12. I think cooking something for the first time when cooking for guests is a dangerous game. A trial run never hurts. That's my $.02.
  13. Today was a great example of why I love having two Kamado grills. It's just the two of us but sometimes having two grills set up differently is just so handy. Today's lunch was chicken breast sandwiches, potato wedges, and jalapeño poppers. It was a great lunch--tomatoes, onion, potatoes, and jalapeños all fresh from our garden. Thanks for looking!
  14. Big Joe in a BMW X3?

    Taking the BJ out of its crate is a good idea anyway. Some people have driven all the way home to find their ceramic grill in a million pieces. Unbox at Costco and you're good to go.
  15. memory foam mattress?

    I can't justify the cost of a flex model. Just being able to adjust my side of the bed to what I like is more than enough for me. This probably wasn't much help but I feel you won't be disappointed with a SN. Let us know what you decide.