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    Prescott, AZ
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    Following Jesus, spending time with my wife and family, cooking, fishing, and hunting and generally enjoying nature in Northern Az. Loving life and trying to see more daisy flowers rather than roots.
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    Big Green Egg

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  1. Painted a rock today based on a line from one of John Gierach's books. Thought it was pretty cool.
  2. Looks truly amazing, definitely my all time favorite soup. I just gotta try your take on it. Very fine job.
  3. Yup, I have the desire but we really haven't ventured too far from home yet. Looks like a fantastic trip, though.
  4. Early on in the covid lockdown thing, I picked up a new hobby to pass the time, painting rocks and giving them to friends or leaving them around town for folks to find,in hopes of cheering them up during a tough time. I painted this one this morning for my quail hunting buddy. I thought it came out pretty well and decided to share it with you folks.
  5. Yeah, kamado springs can kick like a mule. You can use plastic zip ties to hold them in place. Glad it was only your ego that took the bruise, those usually healed quickly with a medicinal dose of a couple brewski's.
  6. Wow, that looks really good. The color and visible presence of crisp skin is amazing. I have been spatchcocking my turkeys for the last several years and have been really happy with the results, but this looks over the top. On the deboning, did you follow the Pippen instructions in his video or do you have another method. I might like to try this. I am thinking wrapping the turkey around apple chunks, orange segments, crusty bread pieces, herbs, and golden raisins might be cool.
  7. Welcome, glad to have both you and your new Akorn with us. That is truly a fine grill and I have seen a host of great looking cooks come off them. Enjoy your new grill and the forum conversation as well.
  8. Welcome, to the forum, enjoy your new Joe and the forum conversation as well.
  9. Excellent, generated a good laugh. My first reaction was wha.... , then I looked at the post. Those are matching BGE salt and pepper shakers, also a gift from my dealer when I purchased my Large BGE years and years ago.
  10. Recently bought a Timberline 850. No particular reason, just had money burning a hole in my pocket and always wanted to try a pellet grill. My dealer through in some Traeger goodies, I assume because sales were probably down during the covid thing. One of the items was this oversize and weight spatula (see below). Wow this thing is great and makes it easy to work with big heavy cuts of meat on any grill. It is made of a big hunk of solid stainless and has a firmly bolted on wooden handle, the blade is rock solid stiff and did not bend at all when I lifted 15 lb brisket with it. . Regardless of
  11. Recently bought a Timberline 850. No particular reason, just had money burning a hole in my pocket and always wanted to try a pellet grill. My dealer threw in some Traeger goodies, I assume because sales were probably down during the covid thing. One of the items was this oversize and weight spatula (see below). Wow this thing is great and makes it easy to work with big heavy cuts of meat on any grill. It is made of a big hunk of solid stainless and has a firmly bolted on wooden handle. Just guessing, I can't imagine anything I cook, including 25 lb turkeys, 16 lb briskets, etc could ever poss
  12. Welcome, to the forum. Sorry about your troubles with your attempted purchase, but at least you didn't loose money. Have you taken a look at Wild Goose, kamados. I saw them on the net for sale on your side of the pond. They looked to be older model KJ's marketed under a different name. I cook on a large BGE, but if I were to get a KJ, I am thinking I would get an old school Classic without all the newer bells and whistles.
  13. Welcome, glad to have you and your Joe with us. I cook on the Green side of the force myself, but would have no problem purchasing a Joe myself. The really nice thing about this forum is that it focuses on kamado cooking and not what brand you cook on. Enjoy your new grill, post your cooks, and enjoy the conversation. The idea is to have a lot of fun and make some great food for you family and friends along the way. Happy Cooking.
  14. Welcome, to KG, we are glad to have you and your new Joe with us. And just let me say, Wow, that, Sir, is a really nice looking table. You have tons of room, to cook, as well as set up a serving buffet. Very nice, indeed.
  15. Yup, gravy definitely has a prime spot on our family food pyramid. I do up the neck, giblets, liver, and heart, with garlic and herbs, in an aluminum foil pouch hobo pack and my wife adds choice pieces, and drippings to her gravy. I usually cook them up on my gasser, the day before Turkey day. store em in the fridge over night and prep them the next day. Takes some of the stress out of Turkey day.
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