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  1. Big Joe 1- 24" 1st Generation model $766 on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IIUO9FQ/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?tag=slicinc-20&ascsubtag=5c33eec4dd3c11ec9206a6226f9167e90INT&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&th=1&vas={'vw'%3A'B00T1HC128'} This is a "smoking" hot deal Da-dum-tiss
  2. Thanks for the heads up! Swung by the local Home Depot after work yesterday and picked up 5 of the 15.4 pounds bags at $9.88 each.
  3. Lump was just OK. There is a good bit of small pieces and dust. In my estimate, out of the 20 lbs, there is probably only about 14-15 lbs that is truly usable. Glad I only bought the 1 bag, and I wont be buying it again. Lesson learned.
  4. Local Sams Club had the 20# bag of Vision Lump for $11 (and some change). Grabbed a bag, and will be trying it out tonight.
  5. Another vote for the Ziplock (or Foodsaver pouch) in boiling water.
  6. Vizguy

    First KJ cook?

    First Cook - Burgers 2nd Cook - Spatchcock Chicken and some potatoes. Lost track after that, as my KJ Classic gets used at a minimum 2-3 times a week.
  7. Thanks Keeper, that picture helps a lot. Looks like the Lodge 13" is the "winner winner chicken dinner"
  8. Folks, what is the largest Cast Iron Skillet that can be used on a KJ Classic? Note: I don't mind a little hack saw action if necessary. And more importantly, what kind of success have folks had with them? It will be for multi purpose, such as full steak sears, deep dish pizza's, etc.. I was at Academy Sports last night, and the Lodge 15" skillet was $39. The smaller13.25" was $35 I didn't have a tape measure to get an idea of the true diameters with handle removed. Thanks Vizguy - visualizing stuff "everywhere"
  9. Only 1 choice -> Crimson Roll Tide!
  10. That's not a table, that's a functional work of art! Do you have any build in-progress pictures that you can share?
  11. I used this recipe several times now, as my family loves pizza. I've had good luck starting off with the pie on parchment paper for the initial part of the cook, then removing it for the final stage, It helps prevent the crust from getting too burnt, but still kept that nice crisp bottom.
  12. Thanks for the heads up on this! I bit and bought a bag- Amazon Prime eligible too. I would have bought more, but I already stocked up on 5 bags of the Royal Oak when it was on sale at Wally World for $8 for a 17lb bag.
  13. Congrats on the new toy. You will love it. No regrets at all with mine, worth every penny.
  14. I've done several cooks on it now. Dogs, Burgers, Spatchcock Chicken and potatoes. The wife complained some about the cost, but that ceased immediately after I did the chickens and potatoes. I've converted her
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