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John421

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  • Birthday 04/21/1954

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    Treasure Island, FL Home of the Wide Beach http://goo.gl/maps/jrT0f
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  1. How long did it take to cook in the wok?
  2. I gave Grill One the measurements and they said it would work. The problem was the JT mount was a hair wider & thicker than the Grill One receiver. Also if the mount would fit the square rod/spit holder was about 2" above where the original rod exits the grill.
  3. Don't order it because it will not fit. I just returned mine today. It was a very solid & well made motor but there is no way you will get it to fit.
  4. Email the One Grill guys. They will get back to you quickly. I think you can install the Joetisserie upside down therefore you should be able to install the Grill One upside down since the mount is the same.
  5. Joe tisserie failure

    3 x the torque of the original: http://www.onegrill.com/Stainless_Electric_Grill_Rotisserie_Spit_Rod_Motor_p/4pm05.htm The Mack Daddy: http://www.onegrill.com/Heavy_Duty_Electric_Rotisserie_Spit_Rod_Motor_p/4pm08.htm
  6. Joe tisserie failure

    It doesn't look like the bracket will fit the Joetisserie
  7. Charcoal absorbs all sorts of VOC's. Depending upon where your charcoal was in the kiln pile (top, bottom, front or back) it will absorb different VOC's. After it's cooled it gets put in a plastic lined paper bag & is sealed up. By allowing it to air out with the bag being opened you get rid of most of the VOC's. I've opened 2 charcoal bags at the same time from a high quality manufacturer & 1 smells & the other doesn't. Give it several weeks & both have a neutral smell. Remember as fast as charcoal gives up VOC's it will absorb it as well. So don't store near the Model A that you are rebuilding & repainting.
  8. I open the bag of any brand of charcoal for at least 2-3 weeks before I plan on using it. This allows any smells to gas off.
  9. Kamado Pretzels

    John this has been my go recipe: https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1013159-bavarian-style-soft-pretzels The lye makes a big difference.
  10. Acorn nut on handle

    Contact KJ HQ & they will send you new plow bolts. I would change out both of them. Also you may need a new band tightening bolt & nut
  11. foil cook babybacks

    If I use foil I start the cook bone side down. When I'm ready for the foil I roll the ribs into the foil so it ends bone side up. This way the bones don't puncture the foil. When it's time to dry out the ribs I roll the ribs back out of the foil and they are bone side down again.
  12. I keep a bag of leftover chips from the last party. Not only does it work but has a nice aroma.
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