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  • The included indirect accessories that come with the JR are awesome. I do my chix and wings that way exclusively now.
  • The small nest works like a charm under that little bugger. Just saying.
  • Looks very good. Sri Racha is a great marinade ingredient, and looks like you nailed it.
  • Asking for opinions of strangers and others on an internet forum about how one should spend their own money is a complete waste of time, and often brings out the worst online bahvior in a few responders (Dobie in this instance) as well as more than …
    in Should I? Comment by Gogogordy June 2015
  • I purchased almost 300 lbs of that last year, for...well cheap. Very cheap. There's a thread I started about it *somewhere* on this site. It IS slow to the party, but burns long and hot, and is flavor neutral.  That said I use primarily as a supple…
  • fishlessman said: Gogogordy said: fishlessman said: i dont see getting replacement parts from home depot. i own the small vision kub, assuming he is looking at the vision, it cooks well but i dont see it lasting and i have no …
    in Kamoto Comment by Gogogordy June 2015
  • fishlessman said: i dont see getting replacement parts from home depot. i own the small vision kub, assuming he is looking at the vision, it cooks well but i dont see it lasting and i have no warranty. the little kub was on sale online a few ye…
    in Kamoto Comment by Gogogordy June 2015
  • Jeremiah said: Us too! Classic! THAT  picture needs to go on BGE's website (for a small royalty!) advertising the MM!
    in MM Camping Comment by Gogogordy May 2015
  • 4Runner said: All I know is, since 2008 BGE has replace at no cost to me, 2 gaskets, 2 fire boxes and fire rings, a lower base and a lump grate.  The lifetime warranty is significant in my book.  Reminds me of the old adage:  I had an …
  • Congrats. FWIW that fits nicely in the small BGE nest if you'd like a bit more mobility..... sacrilege?!  Nah.... just saying.
  • I dont buy a lot of minis, but having someone who isnt involved or intrinsically involved (or going to be) in the transaction who feels negotiating in *someone else's* behalf is their innate "duty" (esp since by his own admission LIT doesnt hav…
  • @Gogogordy you are being an ass you ass. Its way over priced. I have bought several used minis and a new one and watch Craigslist all the time so how is my opinion irrelevant? Just trying to help the guy out and even told him where a better price po…
  • Sounds really high on the price. Does it atleast have the newer band? I just bought a brand new mini a couple months ago for $300. Last used mini I bought I paid $140. Thinking $200 is probably a better price range maybe less if its the older band. …
  • Looking good. Very good.
  • Lamb...,yes and nicely prepared!
  • As much as I hate to admit it worldwide, I would eat those. Theres beauty under that bark.....maybe just a little but Id go looking for it!
  • I'd like to add that I bought a Visions KUB in August of 2013 when Costco blew them out for $99. Its been great and both of my sons also have them too. Its a great Mini-sized cooker (even at its full price of $249.) Last week the dome on mine …
  • NPHuskerFL said: A $5 meat thermometer works just fine (and has for decades) So long as it's accurate. Yes it does. Just because a device is high-tech, and electronic doesn't intrinsically make it more accurate....in fact by…
  • A $5 meat thermometer works just fine (and has for decades)
  • ummgood said: Gogogordy said: Much ado about nothing since most homeowners policies cover frozen food losses, (and the value of whatever is that freezer is certainly nothing compared to someones safety). Put in a new GFCI and move on. …
  • Much ado about nothing since most homeowners policies cover frozen food losses, (and the value of whatever is that freezer is certainly nothing compared to someones safety). Put in a new GFCI and move on.
  • apinion said: @RRP - its code, from what I have read, to have a GFCI in the garage that has the potential to be around water after 2008.  I could replace it and have thought of it. They ARE a PITA, and they are code. As much a…
  • The outlet police might get you!? (I bet you remove the tags from your mattresses too!)
  • GFCI have a finite amount of trip-cycles built into them. One that trips or has tripped frequently (for whatever reason) is more prone to trip later. Sometimes replacing (or having replaced) the sensitive GFCI outlet with a fresh one will remedy t…
  • Those. Look. Great!
  • I ordered ine from my dealer. Easy peasy. But....I don't own a Mini
  • Ive found 450 polymerizes oil better than 350 and Canola works fine....were it me I'd up the temp.
  • Value is in the eye of the beholder. One man's ceiling is another man's floor. Or loosely translated; I only care about how MY money is spent...
  • BYS1981 said: That looks great, I love phó, but can never convince myself to make it at home. I just don't think I can make it better or cheaper than the grandmother at the local shop. Cooks Illustrated had a recipe for it, like 20 ingredie…
  • Yes Bridgeport is very beautiful, but we couldn't find Wal-Mart!
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