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Missy Visiom

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  1. Auber SYL-2615 models

    Mewantki is correct in the difference is mounting hardware. You will not need the adapter plate you use for the Vision. One thing that is different is the settings you will use between the Vision and the Akorn. This is due the difference in a metal kamado and a ceramic one. The instructions manuals from Auber are excellent and you will really enjoy the use of the 2615. I had the 1615 model and just bought the 2615 controller and temperature probes. One learning curve is the setting of the upper vent. One hint is that less is more on the opening. Good luck
  2. Auto temp control

    There is an adapter that you can buy from Home Depot. I would recommend doing a search on this forum using tri top controller and adapter. I also used an Auber instrument SYL 2615 which has similar features as the Flameboss 300 but is limited to two temperature probes. This is not a big deal for me since I have the Thermowork Smoke.
  3. Turkey on the Joetisserie

    Thank you everybody for replying with great information. I will be doing a test run first, then hope it will be replicated for Thanksgiving.
  4. Turkey on the Joetisserie

    Has anyone tried to cook a turkey on the Joetisserie?
  5. Turkey on the Joetisserie

    Has anyone tried to cook a turkey on the Joetisserie? How did you do it?
  6. Anova Wi-Fi 1st Gen - $109

    Yes they will.
  7. Help with a basket decision

    Did you go to the One Grill performer website lately? It looks like the baskets are on sale. http://www.onegrill.com/OneGrill_Performer_Basket_System_s/175.htm I have one and it works wonderfully. I bought two additional flat trays which allows me to rotisserie almost anything you can grill. I have grilled whole chicken, chicken wings, tri tip, sausages, and vegetables. With the adjustable trays I no longer have to use my spit forks. I use this on a Vision grill and it fits. With a Big Joe, it would fit perfectly.
  8. Horrible experience with BBQGuys

    Sellers should know that if a person has a good experience they will tell 5 people. On a bad experience, they will tell nine. I learned 20 years ago, well before social media.
  9. So what is the best remote thermometer?

    I could have probably bought I Smoke for what I have spent on entry level thermometers. The Smoke is excellent. Keep on the Thermoworks website when they have bundle specials. I bought my Smoke along with a Thermopen MK-4 and love them both.
  10. I do all my steaks sous vide and then reverse sear on my Version. You can't beat the tenderness and the smoke profile. Plus you get to play with fire.
  11. Joetisserie accessories

    OneGrill Performer Series Universal Fit Rotisserie Spit Basket. I have used this for chicken breasts, wings, sausages, tri tip, and gyro meat.
  12. Anova vs. Joule comparison

    I opted for the Anova over the Joule since the Anova was cheaper and could be manually controlled. This proved to be right after my first cook. I lost connection with my phone, but was able to use the wheel to set the temperature and start the preheating. I went with the 16 qt Coleman Excursion cooler and the IKEA lid separator. These all fit together as one unit.
  13. Lump

    I received my free bag yesterday and it was in better condition from the one sent by Amazon. I am truly impressed by how long this charcoal burns and how little the amount of ash is. Great promo and excellent customer service.
  14. Well worth the money and convenience. I love to make chicken breasts, but not the idea to turn them over. With a basket and the JoeTisserie, there are no problems and they turned out excellent.
  15. Vision grill/smoker from Sam's?

    Started with an Akorn then right to a Vision grill. Never regretted that decision
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