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  • Birthday 06/21/1971

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  1. Very nice. Your thread has inspired me. I have been cooling on the jr much more frequently.
  2. Just a couple thick cut pork chops with dizzy dust and roasted red potatoes on the Junior.
  3. I completely understand the fear of shattering something with a thrown rock, I had my string trimmer pick one up and put it through a three panel french door. Luckily it was covered by home owners insurance as it was a couple thousand that I didn't have to spend at the time. You might consider a rider on your policy for the grill. I doubt it would be more than a few a dollars a year more than you are paying now and would add some peace of mind. If you want another kamado, I would hop on the Egg Fest deal if you could. Otherwise, you could just use the gasser or get a Weber kettle for $100 and call it done. The main reason I went with the ceramic grill is that I like to cook out all year round and maintaining a stable temp is much easier on my ceramic grill than it was on my others. Good luck on your search.
  4. Yes please...
  5. It's ok... Grilled mushrooms are tasty.
  6. Same here. I have used the warranty on both my classic and junior without any problem.
  7. They look spectacular. Nicely done.
  8. Nicely done.
  9. I couldn't find a tape handy, but the KJ top cap is just a bit larger than the IK one (3/16" guestimate). A piece of gasket material around the top opening would seal it up and probably keep it snug. Here is a pic of both the IK with original cap and the cap from a KJ Classic.
  10. I don't have a BGE, but I have a KJ Classic and an 18" Imperial kamado at home. I will try the caps and see how they fit when I get home. Congrats on keeping the old grill running. I still use mine, but infrequently. It was a wedding gift to my parents when they got married in the early 60s. It has seen better days, but still works. Enjoy.
  11. That looks great. Nice job.
  12. Thanks. Unfortunately they only had one. They had two 8" carbon steel skillets there too, but I am covered in that size. It really does make a great pizza pan, but at the moment I am leaning towards leaving it intact.
  13. I will have to look at it tomorrow night after work and do some measuring. It is dark and drizzling now. Even if it does fit, I am not sure that I will cut them off. I really like it and can see using it regularly on the stove and in the oven. Time to think.
  14. They are pretty big handles and angle upward hitting the dome and not letting it close. It might be too big, but I think it could work. It is a heavy pan and I used it tonight in my oven. This might be a learning experience and just use it inside on the stove as I don't see a 22"+ grill in my future anytime soon.