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Rick in Ontario

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  1. Roasted Turkey

    Awesome looking bird!! What happened to break the ring for the Joetisserie?
  2. Spinning a rib roast

    I did a rotisserie prime rib a few weeks ago and I agree with your comments. Maybe I need more practice but it wasn't as good as I hoped but like you said it was faster. I did mine at about 375F but might try 425 or 450 next time. What temp did you do yours at?
  3. Turkey on the Joetisserie

  4. Turkey on the Joetisserie

    Rob_grill_apprentice I see you have a drip tray under your turkey. Did you use the X-rack to hold it? Thanks Rick
  5. Butchering Half Of A Steer

    Really interesting!!!!
  6. Jerky finally cracked the code!!

    Boscoe, have you ever had Biltong? http://www.florencemeats.com/biltong.html That could be your next project maybe,
  7. Joe tisserie failure

    I would hardly call a Joetisserie "relatively low priced"
  8. Did I do something wrong?

    I use a cordierite kiln shelf, the same thing comes labeled as a pizza stone for way more money. I got mine at a local pottery supply store for $17 or $18 dollars. http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1184479/kiln-shelf-as-pizza-stone
  9. Tutorial: How to Quickly Reduce Temps in a Kamado

    How would that be different from getting caught in a rainstorm while cooking?
  10. I should also be clear in that I have had nothing but customer service that exceeded my expectations from Kamado Joe.
  11. If a third party contractor is causing that much problem in delivering a product, it is in the vendor's best interest to find a contractor that does the job properly since it is the vendor's image that is being tarnished. What am I missing?
  12. Wrong, the Royal Oak I buy here is in blue bags. I have never seen a green bag of Royal Oak lump. http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/royal-oak-lump-charcoal-0851633p.html
  13. Maverick 733

    I see.
  14. Maverick 733

    It would be worth double the price if they are intuitive to program.
  15. The LEM Products Jerky Cannon

    I should have put this in my post.