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      The Challenges are Back!   05/08/2017

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Mewantkj

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About Mewantkj

  • Birthday 02/04/1977

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    Bostonish, MA
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Yes. Baked potatoes(russet and purple sweet), thighs and legs had oakridge wild game rub. The wings were bobby flay's honey chipotle wing recipe with a few tweaks. We are well last night!
  2. I high quality instant read thermometer will always come in handy to ensure food safely. I used my Maverick 733 early on before I trusted my Joe's. Now it almost never comes out. I like having a griddle surface. CI or soapstone work great. The pizza setup is key for my house hold. I wouls advise you to cook as is and see what you think you need.
  3. How did I miss this?? Wow!
  4. I thought the new FB was made to be assembled by one person? as far as space, I have gone 20 hrs on a low and slow brisket, or all day on a turbo butt several times. I have always had tons of lump left over.
  5. If KJ is what you want, you don't need a local dealer. You can buy online and get support from HQ. The local dealer I purchased my joe from stopped carrying KJ. No problem.
  6. Welcome, please stop by and introduce yourself.
  7. PS. Most people here know me as ben.
  8. I am printing this post out and driving to my local home center;).
  9. I understand wanting to let the retailer deal with this. I would have reached out to primo too. You might as well go right to the top of the food chain.
  10. You and your knives at welcome at my first place anytime...you and CK can share my workbench... I think I will be getting him intouble soon... I am going to start making blades to go with my handles.
  11. Nope, I understood your post. I am telling you, I am the one at home cooking for my family. If I can get the grill up to temp quickly that is huge.
  12. Ok CC. I am a stay at home dad... I make the joe work when I can, but if I could be stabilized at cooking temps in 5 minutes...it would make life easier, much much easier.
  13. Love it! Now if only my wife felt felt the same way about brisket...
  14. Oh, I was not even factoring in rush hour or cape cod traffic. Imagine a 10 mile backup at a rotary leading over a bridge to cape cod...back in the day(a couple years ago) my 8 mile commute would be 45-90 min...