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Timtogrill

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  1. Primo XL Table Finally Finished

    Nice professional look, great job!
  2. Don't worry to much about getting all the lump going. What your after is heat, on most cooks anyways. Once your sure you got some red glow in the lump, get the lid shut so the Akorn can start building up that heat.
  3. 2.5lb + cowboy ribeye. 4.5 hours in the bath then on the Akorn Jr. All it could handle but handled it well. First time with a ribeye this size.....best steak me and the wife have ever had.
  4. Best way to cook tomahawk steak?

    This cooler works perfect for larger cuts of meat
  5. Picked up a nice, almost 3lb tomahawk ribeye yesterday. Trying to decide if I should sous vide and then sear or reverse sear on the Primo. Anyone had one of these huge steaks both ways?
  6. Another good video John, nice review....it will be much appreciated by many.
  7. I agree John, for what these cost they should incorporate a stand, a way to hook it or at least a magnet. For the time being I stuck little rubber bumpers on the four corners. Maybe this will help keep it from being pulled off the shelf so easily.
  8. Best way to cook tomahawk steak?

    I wondered if maybe being I the bath would make a difference with the pepper. Last time I had a problem with the pepper burning I peppered after the meat came out.
  9. Best way to cook tomahawk steak?

    So no problem with pepper burning at those temps?
  10. This just got even better......ordered one yesterday
  11. This is exactly what I've been looking for.
  12. Akorn Jr cart

    Haha we're good
  13. Akorn Jr cart

    Don't use the PK much anymore so I robbed the cart and gave to the Jr.
  14. Akorn Jr cart

    So it was here on guru? I bet it was this:Akorn Jr setup
  15. Man I bought one about a week before they cut the price in half :(
  16. Akorn Jr cart

    Curious.....someone else had the Jr on a PK cart?
  17. Akorn Jr cart

    Portable kitchen lol http://www.pkgrills.com/the-pk-grill-smoker-classic-silver/?_vsrefdom=adwords&gclid=CjwKCAjwk4vMBRAgEiwA4ftLs8UzJokw9jlGbXAH1q-smPiRkkA6m40ectcMPmKNZgPetcdxZO3xtBoCZjwQAvD_BwE
  18. What's your opinion.....does this look ridiculous? Its from my old PK grill. The Jr fits perfect in it so I painted it up to match now I'm not sure grill hight is a little short at 31" but easy to move around.
  19. Akorn Jr setup

    I think I'm gonna do that.....thanks Burger Meister!!
  20. Akorn Jr setup

    Could do that. Would have to raise the top bars also, they secure it really well, it don't move at all.
  21. Akorn Jr setup

    I saw that. If I had seen that first I may not have put it in the cart.
  22. Made a final choice on Firestarting

    Get the two pack for $32.24
  23. Made a final choice on Firestarting

    I like the electric starter but I'm an old fart with no kids or pets at home and an outlet right by the kamado.
  24. Great looking ribs!!
  25. On my third sous vide cook and it would have been pretty good if I hadn't of let the Akorn Jr peg out 700 plus. Took longer than I thought to get the grandkids baths and ready for bed, meanwhile the jr was soaring, which would have been ok if I hadn't of already seasoned the 2" New York strip with olive oil and Montreal seasoning. Went ahead and threw it on after a few hours in the bath. It came off looking perfect with a med rare interior and nice crust, but the crust had a char taste to it. Didn't bother me much but the wife didn't care for it to much. Next time salt only and pepper when it comes off if doing any kind of high temp searing.
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