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  1. Rotisserie turkey question

    I prefer to let the fat drip onto the hot coals. When it burns it gives a great flavor. I do this with chickens and turkeys.
  2. No Cut Gloves

    Buy a good pair of kitchen shears. I know this is not what you are asking, but good ones cut through bones like butter. The Fiskars ones that I have come apart for easy cleaning.
  3. New Grill Brush/Scraper (no bristles)

    It worked OK for me, but not as well as expected.
  4. 2017 Big Joe cover recommendation

    I dont have the Big Joe, so not sure if the fit is not quite right on that model. I have the Classic with the KJ cover. The quality is fine IMO, and has never blown off when we have high winds. JFYI.
  5. 2017 Big Joe cover recommendation

    What about the KJ cover?
  6. World's Best Gravy

    Just a regular pan:
  7. Another Simple Spatchcocked Bird...

    Perfect cook mate, well done.
  8. World's Best Gravy

    The best pics I can show are not of the gravy. I know that it is taboo to put water in the kamado, but today I chose to defy. Spatchcocked bird (15lb) on the rack with the X rack in the upper position. A few copper spacers and then a drip pan. About 1 hour into the cook I added water to the drip pan. The pan had a lot of good dark drippings and when the bird was done I poured it into my gravy separator. Captured the good juice and then added it to a roux. Had to add some extra boiling water to thin it out a bit. Best gravy ever.
  9. I got rid of my grill brushes with the bristles as they are undoubtedly unsafe. I have been using a grill scraper (metal, not wooden) for a while but it takes a while to really get the grill clean. I am hoping this does a better job.
  10. Buy the best grill you can afford.
  11. food handling gloves

    I got these and they are good. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003TJ6PWG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  12. A Restaurant Ruined My Life

    After reading that it makes me happy to cook for my family on my Classic and Junior and to go to work on Monday.......
  13. Hard to beat a good Cuban sandwich. Yours looks real good.
  14. Recommendations?

    The JoeTisserie is self basting, so that will give you great results.
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