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  1. Hey Guys, As I mentioned in my intro, I have 3 different kamados and want to put 1-2 of them in a custom table. What advise to you have for pimping out my table? What should go underneath? Charcoal, various wood bits for smoking, tools and accessories Cooler integration or tap integration? I have a ManCan128 (https://www.mancan.beer) which could be somehow "built-in" or a Yeti or Cabella's style cooler. Speaker(s), USB charging, light(s) Should I do one Kamado and my TEC Sterling II? Wheels? Materials? Stainless top, scratch and dent quartz or granite? Backpainted glass? Fun winter project to bring to life while I learn how to use my K. Happy Weekend!
  2. A bunch of us at work have challenged each other to a weight loss challenge. Whoever loses the highest percentage of their body weight by June 1st wins just over $5000! My first priority is to make a lifestyle change to insure a healthier future for myself with my children, I am hoping that prize will help keep me motivated during the toughest times over the next few months. I really think the Kamado will be like a secret weapon for me. It adds the extra caveat for me that I was already enjoying learning how to create new things on this great invention. So I am really excited to change some bad habits and learn how to eat some healthier options. I have been tracking my diet and exercise with an app on my phone (My fitness pal). It has really opened my eyes to how big of a difference some minor adjustments to recipes can make health wise. I have ALWAYS been a picky eater. Up until I was about 35 years old the only vegetables I would eat were corn and potatoes. I never even tasted rice until I was 37 years old. My wife has helped me discover some vegetables I enjoy. I am excited to open my mind to some newer, healthier options. I resolved that I will not apply some gimmick diet just to help me win this contest, rather make lifestyle changes and break bad habits. I hope this will help me enjoy a long and healthy life with my family. I, however, have very little reference to start with. I only know a few things that I can prepare in a healthier way. I know I will fail if I just try to eat like a rabbit for the next four months. So I believe moderation is the key to maintaining the healthy lifestyle for years after this contest is over. This is where I am hoping all the Guru's can help. I am hoping you wouldn't mind sharing some of your light(er) dishes that you enjoy. You all have such great experience and have proven (to me anyways) to have some extraordinary culinary knowledge. I know that this forum can provide enough inspiration to get anyone on the right path to a healthy diet. (Although I had never even heard of a "fatty" before I joined this forum. LOL) If there is already a thread like this, I apologize, I couldn't find it. I look forward to all of your ideas. Thank You
  3. So last summer I picked up one of these. It is a camo baseball cap with LEDs in the brim. I found it for $5 at Walmart. When I put it in the cart my wife and daughter pronounced it the "Hillbilly Hat". Who's laughing now? This is, in my opinion, an essential winter grilling accessory. I've tried the lights on the handle, but this points where I'm looking. (And it makes my head virtually invisible when I put it on) The HAT SPOT LIGHT WIDE BEAMS COMBO SPOT AND WIDE BEAM REPLACEABLE WATCH BATTERIES
  4. I let my fire go out so I'm cooking in the dark. My husband is laughing, but it works!
  5. Alright Guys, So got my Akorn about a month 3 weeks ago... cooked some Steaks, they were out standing, Potatos, chicken breasts... Have played with the heats ... I understand the concept with the heats and still perfecting what i need to do... Feeling adventurous... Want to do my first long cook... probably overnight tonight. I have about 7-8 lb shoulder just about thawed now and will be rubbing it up shortlly. Here is where I need help. How much coal do you use and how should you light it? I have read: Light the Top -- it will slowly burn down Light the bottom shut it down and let it creep up Make a volcano, drop lit oil soaked cotton balls, in the middle of the volcano and only let it touch a few. Make a ring of coals with a break in it... light one end and it will burn around The next question, I will be using chips not chunks... mostly because that is what i have here at the house. Hickory, Cherry or Apple? Soak them or dry? Wrapped in foil or mixed with the coals layered so you only get them a the begining of the cook (call it 1st hour) or smoke all the way thru the cook. I have in my head what I think I want to do, but this is an entirely different ball game.... It's not my first rodeo but I have primarily smoked on Brinkman Gas verical barrel smoker for the last 10-12 years and have a little experience on an electric that I bought last winter.... electric has its niche IMO but it isn't for you typical smoked meats. Thanks Shoey
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