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John Setzler

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Super idea. 


In the suggestion area....  I like every recipe I have ever used from the site. A few needed some further online or other research for various reasons.


So, I submit that if someone posts a recipe have the submitter declare how many times they made the recipe, and what skill level are that at as a cook in general, and what level they are at far as Kamado experience. What I'm getting at is there may be recipes that work a certain way, for example on a pellet unit, the person cooking is super skilled using that unit, wanted to do it it on a Kamado, and posts a recipe that does not translate as well as anticipated, to a Kamado, unless some of the "doing things differently" items are discussed.


I was an Akorn guy, now KJ and I find that transition has a learning curve.


I like the challenge of exploring these recipes, as I know they will work, and I use my skills as a cooker/baker for 40+ years to spot the pitfalls.


FAQ? Maybe.


Best regards.



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