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Thanks to @Kamadobjorn for the inspiration. The table is the “Applaro” Line. The hardware that you see in the last pictures all came from Hobby Lobby. The table comes with a thin, cheap pull bar and nothing else, not even knobs for the doors. The cooler pic is just for reference as that was what I was doing prior to getting the table. The last pic is sans hardware just the way it comes from IKEA. I used Lenox 18TPI metal jigsaw blades with an adjustable speed jigsaw set to its lowest setting to cut the hole. I used this edge trim from Amazon: Trim If you have any other
Excited to try out brand new Kamado Joe Jr lastnight (although taking all that plastic wrap off the stand was NOT fun!!). Anyway, got it all set up, used Kamado Joe Big Block charcoal, fired up... and waited and waited and waited for it to finally reach 300 degrees. Did everything by the book (well, there was no book, but followed instructions from different websites). How could this little bitty Kamado have such a struggle heating up? Never did get it past 325. HELP!!
Hi, Has anyone tried cooking a tomahawk steak in the joe jr. Cooking area of 13" enough for the steak and the bone? if it's not an option ... then my next step is to move up to a classic. If yes - please give me your thoughts on how you approached it. Thanks,
I'm in the UK & and Kamado cooking is basically unheard of, and expensive! I thought I'd start so ordered a kamado Joe junior. Today it came so I had to give it a go. Wow! I've never tasted chicken like it. Marinated 4 thighs in soy/honey, 4 in chilli pesto as that's what was in the cupboard. Kept it at 350 for around 30 mins, the Joe junior didn't budge. I also threw on some sausages for good measure :-) The result was amazing. I'm used to cheap bbq's, safe to say I'll never go back