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txcpa

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About txcpa

  • Birthday February 17

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    North TX
  • Interests
    Grilling, golfing, hunting
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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  1. My first try at a Joe cart. My Jr needed a cart. Cedar 4x4 make the frame, cedar shiplap, and a butcher block top stained black. Drawer is deep enough to house a number of accessories.
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    Ms

    Just announced KJ release pellet in 2020
  3. txcpa

    Ms

    I have not seen a kamado style cooker that uses pellets
  4. txcpa

    Costco questions

    If you want to see if KJ is coming to. Costco you have to go to special events page. They update it once a quarter. https://www.costco.com/kamado-joe-schedule.html
  5. Diffuser in top position, the ceramic spacers (1.25”) then pizza stone.
  6. What is S&H on these. I found a site once and shipping cost more than the stone itself. Be wary of shippping
  7. Sounds like a reason to buy another Kamado Joe
  8. Vacuum seal and reheat in bag in hot water. Meat stays moist and flavors stay in. Only way we reheat smoked/grilled meats. Daniel vaughn (bbq snob) author for Texas monthly did this with one of Aaron Franklins briskets and posted the process and results on social media.
  9. Congrats. i see a classic in your future once you see how well the KJ's cook.
  10. Original classic (black) at Ace Hardware joe Jr. at costco classic II at HD clearance
  11. Wow. Great deal. Wish you were in TX. I'd be all over this.
  12. I recently just used a basket for my kabobs ILO the skewers. Lot faster and cleaner. Turned out great. Less accessories I have to buy and maintain.
  13. Go to Amazon and search for Craycort smokey Joe cast iron.
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