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MrA

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  1. Kind of funny though. Old box cracks into a few pieces, new box IS several pieces. Heavy to. Probably not cheap for them to ship.
  2. I called in the warranty for my cracked KJ Classic recently. Easy process. A few emails, sent a pic, got new one a week later. My classic is 10 years old.it's been cracked for years and there really are no use issues. After getting this new replacement, I think I'll just keep using the old one. I haven't tried to put it in yet. It looks like it's too big to fit, and a PITA. The ceramic is much thicker than the original. Also, the big hole where the charcoal grate goes is to large for the original. Good, quick warranty service, but the replacement isn't 100%. I will have to improvise a charcoal
  3. Yea,wow. They have it at $199 now.
  4. I like that set up. I was about to get those rib rings. Now, I'll just buy more ribs and some toothpicks.
  5. Thanks for the sloroller info. I got one still in the box. Even temps seems like a good feature. Sloroller is for low temps, so I haven't read anyone mention using some canola oil to help make it non stick, easier to clean? Cleaning seems to be the issue with the sloroller.
  6. I've got a sloroller coming, and a Vision. I'll let you know.
  7. https://www.scheels.com/p/kamado-joe-sloroller-with-rack-classic-joe/81173802351.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=unpaidlistings
  8. I'm late to the conversation again, lol. So, I actually am in need of a new heat deflector for my KJ classic. Old one broke, dont remember how, cracked or dropped. I don't think I'd get this for the $189 price point. Guess they didn't sell very well? Anyway, I found one for $39.99, cheaper than a new heat deflector. At this price point, in willing to try it out. https://www.scheels.com/p/kamado-joe-sloroller-with-rack-classic-joe/81173802351.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=unpaidlistings
  9. I'm a little late to this. I just recently came across this picahna cut. Coulote steak is what it is, fat cap intact. The top sirloin cap. I found a whole top sirloin at cash and carry, 15 pounds @$3.59lb. Should yield a nice picahna and sirloin steaks. I usually just go for a tri tip. Great value, great taste. This big lean sub primal is a very good buy. After I finally located picahna at a good price, I found that Wal-Mart sells this cut. Angus choice, $7.50 lb. Cooking it this afternoon.
  10. that's cheap. usually 2/ 15lb bagsfor $10 around holidays. Was it wet?
  11. Im always looking for ingenuity, but this looks like air flow restriction to me. Ashes need to drop as well. I've found regular open grates to be superior to the stock plates with holes in them, cant remember what their called lol.
  12. Oh yea! That's the one!. Every time I think I have a good idea, the internet tells me someone else beat me to it, lol. I've used about everything and this torch is the best. I actually bought it to burn weeds. Then ended up using to light logs in my woodstove. That works well. Friend of mine told me he puts his grill grates in the oven on clean cycle instead of burning them off on the grill to save charcoal. Hmm, let me see here. I started putting the torch to the grill grates. Burns them cleans them in minutes. Got to be careful though! A short blast on the lump gets kamado going very quickly
  13. I noticed instant pot makes a sous vide controller. $79 at Target
  14. Checked out naked whiz review off Rockwood charcoal. Good review, in stock at Ace. Review our a few years old. I didn't have any large pieces in my 20 lb bag. I was disappointed the pieces seemed small. It was easy to light and burned really well. I did a rib cook on my kamado Joe. Doing anther cook now. Loading the bowl I noticed the pieces sound like wind chimes clanking together. The charcoal is well carboned. But for the small pieces, it seems to be some pretty good stuff.
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