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      08-04-2019, 12:38 AM   #67
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Made both breakfast and dinner in the Kamado Joe today. Simple but delicious omelette in the cast iron skillet, along with tomahawk pork chops.







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Made both breakfast and dinner in the Kamado Joe today. Simple but delicious omelette in the cast iron skillet, along with tomahawk pork chops.







Looks delicious! How are you liking the Kamado Joe? Is the Classic II sufficient for your needs or do you wish you went for the Big Joe?
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Looks delicious! How are you liking the Kamado Joe? Is the Classic II sufficient for your needs or do you wish you went for the Big Joe?
I suppose bigger is usually better, but the way I saw it, I actually have two 18" cooking surfaces since I can two sets of half moons on top of each other. I don't regret getting the Classic II whatsoever. I started my fire yesterday around 11am, make breakfast (OK, a very late breakfast) and when it was time to get dinner going, the Joe was still at 200F. All I had to to was add more more lump charcoal and I was set for making dinner.

I'm upset I messed around with Weber kettles for so long.
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Just an FYI for everyone firing up the grill this weekend: the Kamado Joe Big Block lump charcoal is on sale at Lowes. I highly recommend these!

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kamado-Joe-...oal/1000349395
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Reverse-seared a 1.2 pound New York Strip over the weekend, using pecan wood. Came out absolutely lovely. And yes, I like my steak medium.







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      09-04-2019, 01:35 PM   #72
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Very interesting.

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Very interesting.

No, thank you. Real wood and lump charcoal is half the fun.
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Did a 1.7 pound bone-in ribeye steak yesterday. Smoked it on pecan at about 275F, then seared it at 700F.





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P1et How often are you using your KJ?
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Once or twice a week usually...
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These come out so good every time...







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I need a new grill to replace my 10 year old about to fall apart gas grill. I can't justify spending several hundred dollars on one, though. I guess another cheap sub $200 gas grill is my only option?
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I need a new grill to replace my 10 year old about to fall apart gas grill. I can't justify spending several hundred dollars on one, though. I guess another cheap sub $200 gas grill is my only option?
Do you want another gas grill? Are you looking to switch to charcoal?
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Do you want another gas grill? Are you looking to switch to charcoal?
Gas preferred.
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Gas preferred.
Back when OSH existed I bought this. 5 Burner, rotis, and a side burner. It was on one of the holiday sales. I think it ended up being around $300, it has been awesome, it is 7 years old now, its at the cabin, so it doesn't get used every week. Its starting to show its age a little, but it was a great buy.

Not sure if this brand exists elsewhere, but I have seen other that look almost the same under different names.

Here is their web site http://www.huntingtonbbq.com/
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