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Winters Coming!


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As a relatively new KJBJ owner, this will be my first winter with a Kamado. With the weather in N.Illinois and the grill exposed to elements, I guess it would be a good time for some advice from all the Gurus in the Northern Tier on how to grill in the frozen tundra.

Any perspectives ❓

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Tell me about it, probably only get to wear shorts and flip-flops for another month or two. After that, I may have to wear socks and long pants. We may even dip below freezing, for a couple hours this year.

I feel your pain!

We might even have to turn the heaters on!!

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unless your like ben & wear shorts in a blizzard, just grill on the exact same way that you do in the summer but dress for winter, lol

 

 

As freddy said, I cook on my bigjoe all year, rain, snow and sun...  My joe sits in a SS table without a cover.  

 

cook on!

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Nooo!!!!

 

Hopefully, only for a couple months. Still, it;s a heck of a lot cheaper to heat a house with gas than it is to cool that sucker with juice. I do look forward to going from ~$300mo Summer A/C bills to ~$100mo gas and juice, in the Winter. Better yet, those couple months in-between where we're well under that. Ahhh....

 

Remember a couple Christmases, growing up in New Orleans, where we ran the A/C... LOL

 

 

 

Tell me about it, probably only get to wear shorts and flip-flops for another month or two. After that, I may have to wear socks and long pants. We may even dip below freezing, for a couple hours this year.

I feel your pain!


We might even have to turn the heaters on!!

 

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