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JaxxQ last won the day on December 22 2019

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About JaxxQ

  • Birthday 01/28/1960

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    Palmdale Ca.
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    Baseball-Football-Grilling and More Grilling
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Heres a How to calibrate video if it is off
  2. Mine has warped on both the Classic and Big Joe and its a non issue, the weight of the D&C holds it down. I wouldn't worry about it
  3. I have had my Classic 1 for 4 years now and it has been rock solid, the only warranty claim I have filed on it was for the Firebox, other then that I have changed the gasket once, No need for any hacks just loosen the bands and the hinge get the dome to sit flat and re-tighten and you should be good to go
  4. Between work and my commute i leave at 4:15am and return anywhere between 4:30 pm and 5:30 and I cook on my Kamado's at least 3 weekdays a week, What I do is have my kamado filled and ready the night before and have my wife lite it while im on the road so its good and hot when I get home, What makes this possible is having multiple Kamado's (Big Joe, Classic and Jr.) I try to keep cocks under an hour so Im usually cooking things like Burgers, Brats, Tri-Tips, Chops, Steaks or Taco's
  5. The cover I bought is the Grill Dome small cover, It fits perfect. Picture shown I got off FB but is exactly what I have https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004JF60DS/?coliid=I2HCWZPB7B6O57&colid=3O1P5476JZKXI&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  6. At this point get a rib rack but for future cooks you might look into getting the XL rig from the Ceramic grill store, you can get up to 9 racks of ribs lay flat
  7. 350 till the internal temp hits 125 then I let it stand for 20 min, as far as the time goes I really dont keep track of that but I think it was around 2 hours
  8. I make an Au Jus gravy by cooking Prime rib on a rack over a pan of cut carrots, onions and Red Potatoes with some beef broth
  9. Interesting Idea but I think Ill wait to see if it actually gets past the kick starter stage
  10. My favorite way to do Chuck is in the recipe section by DerHusker, Its awesome
  11. I use a couple of storage cabinets I bought from Home Depot, they were $60 each at the time
  12. i would take the new Red one and look for parts to keep the Black one going https://www.stove-parts-unlimited.com/kamado-joe-classic-grill-parts/
  13. Really like the paper towel idea, thanks for sharing
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