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First 6 Months ... Time to Pack Joe Away for the Winter


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23 hours ago, Graham said:

Thanks again everyone, 

 

You have convinced me to cook through the dark ....

 

I will hook up a light and make sure i can see what I am doing.

 

Anyone got any experience with cooking the Xmas Turkey on the Joe?

 

Cheers, 

 

here's my most recent turkey instructional video:

 

 

 

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When I got my KJIII last year I had the same winter concerns.  My sense is that our Canadian winter is likely colder than yours.  I got a lot of great responses from people even further North than me telling me to use it all year.  I followed their advice and haven’t looked back.  I have done a 5 hour rib cook in -20c temperature with NO issues.

 

The KJ is a beast to be enjoyed all year round.

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8 hours ago, Struja said:

When I got my KJIII last year I had the same winter concerns.  My sense is that our Canadian winter is likely colder than yours.  I got a lot of great responses from people even further North than me telling me to use it all year.  I followed their advice and haven’t looked back.  I have done a 5 hour rib cook in -20c temperature with NO issues.

 

The KJ is a beast to be enjoyed all year round.

 ahem - winter for southern england is line 1cm of snow once a year - and the whole world stops .........

 

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Im with everyone else and glad you'r considering how to manage in the dark.  Go with a headlamp and if you want to hook up a light that's fine but honestly, the headlamp is the best tool for cooking during the coming months.

 

Cheers!!

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