rogerfromco

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About rogerfromco

  • Birthday 01/01/1962

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    Denver, CO
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    Primo

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  1. Easter dinner was lamb chops, grilled asparagus, and roasted potatoes and tomatoes.
  2. I'm with Der Husker on functionality. That said, one of the things that crossed my mind before buying the XL was trying to find a KJ Road Show event and getting the deal where you show up 1st and ask the Rep to buy the display Big Joe and then get the Jr for free, and then listing the Jr for sale on Craigslist to get a bigger discount on the Big Joe. I love my Primo XL and would buy it again as long as I could afford it.
  3. +1 - the ash, smoke and the occasional sauce/fat drippings as things go on/off the grates will make that white seem like a bad idea in no time.
  4. Have you checked out the Pit Boss forum under the Talk About Your Cooker forum?
  5. Welcome Brian. I grew up in Vestavia, but now live in CO. Congrats on grabbing the KJ deal at the roadshow. I'd love a Jr, now I just need to find someone that want the big one!
  6. +1 - without oxygen, corrosion is extremely limited. That's why metal ships that have been sunk in wars past are still found nearly intact. This "test" is total BS.
  7. I did 5 coats for spar urethane. May seem like overkill, but when you think of the work to get a cooker in/out of the table, I figured go big from the start rather then wishing I'd done more a few years later. Two years in and it's holding up great.
  8. While I tightened my bolts a few weeks ago, I just got around to doing an annual cleaning of the table and outside of the grill. While I keep it covered throughout the year when not in use, it still gets dirty from the ash and just other environmental dust and dirt. I pulled everything off the shelves and then clean them all with some simple green. Then wiped down the outside of the ceramic cooker with some light soap and water. After I finish cooking tonight, I'll do a high temperature burn off on the inside. What do the rest of the folks do to keep your table and grill clean? Clean as you go? Annual cleaning? What products do you use?
  9. Tri-tip and asparagus.
  10. Crickets.... I know my FB200 gets used regularly and I imagine most do. Now if you were looking for a Maverick laying around you might get some responses.
  11. For removing the veins and seeds, I just cut the tops off then use a potato peeler to core out the insides.
  12. The snow started falling before Primo could get covered the other night. Made the start up a little more interesting tonight. But still managed to cook some tasty lamb chops.
  13. Love the orange! That'd sell well here in Denver Broncos country.
  14. Yes. For low and slow, I'm using the Flame Boss 200 to control temps and get phone alerts if the temp swings 25F either way, but that's never happened. If it did, I'd call a neighbor and ask them to check in on it. We have a good group that keeps eyes out for each other.
  15. The FB200 is rock solid in my experience. Super easy to set up and does a great job maintaining temps. Great looking cook John.