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  1. Joetisseries at Costco Roadshow

    oooh congrats on the purchase!
  2. Best Price kamado joe bj

    I've been looking for a while as well. I think that Milanista has the right idea in checking with Lowes. Although be wary as many of their promotions (including the one that's on now for the save the tax - exclude Kamado Joe products... they bury that in the fine print). There are however some of the promotions that do apply, you just have to keep your eyes peeled each week. Unless you can find a local dealer that can beat the lowes pricing. I haven't been able to find any dealers in Niagara Falls area, so I just check Lowes, personally.
  3. Kamado Joe Road Show at Costco in Greensboro, NC

    What kind of car have you got that crammed into? Congrats on the new toy :D
  4. IKamand

    My goodness we're touchy! You are correct in your first statement... it's just a thought Don't read too much into it. I enjoy John's reviews. I have no problem with his reviews. Yes, I will still view them even if I have a "pre-determined notion about them" I didn't bash the product at all, read the post for what it's worth... that's all. I look forward to buying a KJ product one day. I'm interested in this product, but just because I think somebody is going to post positive thoughts doesn't mean that I'm ignorant and want to bash the product lol. Relax
  5. IKamand

    I'd imagine that the opinion will be positive. I can't see someone who is as close to KJ as John, posting negative comments publicly - regardless of what stage of a "prototype", "retail unit", etc. this product may be.
  6. wow, nice piece of meat and very well done with the cook!
  7. Thanksgiving Turkey Practice

    looks like a delicious bird you've got there! I always tell myself I should do a practice bird before Christmas, but I never do and I'm always nervous on the big day
  8. I don't see why you'd have any problems with opening the lid a tad to fit your hand in there. Nice looking start btw - that's a monster table.
  9. Joe's at Lowe's

    The lowes here in Niagara Falls carries the KJ lineup. I've noticed recently that they've started stocking a ton more accessories. I'm still yearning for my KJ, but until the Akorn dies... I'll just window shop
  10. Baking directly on the inside off a kamado

    Sure - it's easily done. With the stable temp capability, you just get it to the temp you need, throw your dough in and let it bake just like a "normal oven". There's a whole forum here on it (Pizza and baking). After all - making a pizza on your manado is baking dough... just really quickly and with delicious toppings :D Baking things right on your grill and not using a stone should still work I suppose. I think most people use a stone for even heat across your dough and direct flame deflection as you wouldn't typically want large flames licking your loaf of bread, etc. Baking things on your Joe with or without a stone should pose no threat of cracking your unit - you'll be fine.
  11. A whole bunch of MEATLOAF!

    that is a lot of meatloaf! Looks awesome though. Is all that crammed on a classic?
  12. I use this one all the time. Rise for a couple hours and we're good to go! (recipe says it makes enough for 1 large pizza, but I can't imagine a pizza that large fitting on my akorn... we can make 2 adult pizzas and 2 kid pizzas with this batch. http://saffiregrills.com/wood-fire-pizza-recipe/
  13. New KJ Classic II Owner - great deal at Lowes

    good deal for sure! Enjoy the new grill.
  14. New BBQ Wizzard

    Well let's not get ahead of ourselves here It's not actually released yet, if I'm not mistaken. For all we know, development/finalization/etc. could take another 1-2 years and who knows what innovations might be out on the market by then.
  15. Feet For Stand Alone Joe

    just from looking around at various table builds, etc. people use a variety of items to lift the kamado off of the table surface. Ceramic feet (if KJ gets back to you or you find a dealer with them, paver stones, bricks, granite, etc. Really anything that allows some airflow under the grill so that the residual heat doesn't soak into your table and pose a fire hazard.