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  1. I coat mine in Tapatio, then SPOG and let it sit over night. We also like heat and add a few jalepenos to the pan.
  2. I threw the skillet on with just the butter first, brought it to temp and added the franks and honey afterwards, then wings
  3. Been cooking my wings this way lately and cant see my self ever going back now. Costco per-seperated wings(for my sanity) Franks red hot, butter, honey I pat the wings dry then coat lightly in oil, salt, and pepper and cook direct until the skin starts to crisp up. Toss the butter in a cast iron skillet along with the franks and a bit of honey. Toss all of the wings in the skillet and let them simmer for 1-2 min. Take the wings out and back over the direct fire to give them a little char. Everyone loved them.
  4. I bought the drop leaf supports on Amazon http://smile.amazon.com/Stanley-Hardware-CD1956-Support-Coated/dp/B000KL0CG6?ie=UTF8&keywords=drop%20leaf%20support&qid=1460563655&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 I bought the hinges at Lowes
  5. Posted this in the KJ section, figured I would post it here too. Decided to hold off on a table for the Big Joe till after we moved, but after having my Akorn table for so long I knew I needed something. Picked up this prep table from Costco for $150 and cut a hole in the top, worked perfect. Added a drop leaf type side area for prep and counter space and some stainless hooks on the right side to hang tools from. very happy with the table for the $200 and lack of effort required to plan and build it
  6. I made a couple additions, added some hooks to the right side for hanging tool, and added a drop leaf of sorts to the left side. Ordered a 15x20 Boos block as its width and thickness is the same as the cart and some drop leaf hinges. it adds a ton of working space. if I could do it again I would have offset the hole to the right side a bit. I do not remember the hole diameter off hand but its the exact size that will fit within the stainless frame on the bottom of the top. I have it sitting on a couple granite tiles stacked that I had laying around. The table is plenty sturdy, no worries at all about blowing over in a storm. I also picked up this grill cover for $30 on Amazon and it fits perfect http://smile.amazon.com/Yukon-Glory-Char-Broil-TRU-Infrared-2-Burner/dp/B016DXUAUM?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00
  7. Decided to hold off on a table for the Big Joe till after we moved, but after having my Akorn table for so long I knew I needed something. Picked up this prep table from Costco for $150 and cut a hole in the top, worked perfect. Will make a few tweaks including a fold out work area on one side and some hangers for accessories on the other side.
  8. We did Thanksgiving at a friends on Thursday so I smoked a small turkey for us at home on Friday
  9. Giving this a go tonight, do you cover it at any point? and did you pull it in the pan with the DP or did you take it out and pull it seperatrly?
  10. Rufus Teague Touch O' Heat has been my go to BBQ sauce for some time now, higher end grocery stores around me carry it and I have found it at Academy from time to time http://rufusteague.com/index.php?cPath=2&osCsid=f3e99b39431d96327e9f1080e5d69726
  11. I made this mac yesterday and it was incredible, the wife and MiL loved it as well. I have left overs in the fridge and already plan on making it next weekend
  12. IQ110 here as well, its the only one I have used but it has been great. I have no problem leaving the house will its running.
  13. If the table is as heavy as you say it is even without the KJ I would make sure your deck is up to snuff where you have it sitting.
  14. A quick and easy meal should you need it one night is grilled ham steaks, and fruit, Make a simple brown sugar glaze to go over both
  15. The wood is touching the metal in a couple spots, the outside is not going to get hot enough to cause the wood to catch fire
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