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Jon B.

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  1. MacKenzie's fries with lots of ketchup...........She is a fast cook
  2. Not really a Guy F. fan...................but did go to a Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives recommendation in Boston a few years ago with my daughter who was living there at the time. Their claim to fame was lobster stuffed homemade ravioli. Have to say it was excellent. Brought a few dinners back to Syracuse. Funny thing happened........while we were outside waiting in-line to get into the restaurant. A pizza delivery guy drove up, handed a few pizza boxes into the restaurant kitchen window for the cooks. I told the waiter that the pizza must be really good for the kitchen staff to be ordering out. He must have said something to the cooks, because a few minutes later the waiter comes out of the kitchen with a single slice of pizza and sets the plate in front of me. Can't remember if it was any good or not but enjoyed their sense of humor and fun attitude.
  3. Vote - "Not a sandwich"
  4. Poor Mom !!!!!
  5. Great news CC! We missed you
  6. Montana is my favorite QB of all time!!!!! Extremely good taste!
  7. Gotta love spell check and "indecent" pork chops
  8. MacKenzie..................I should check and see what it would cost for me to ship goodies like that to you. I shipped some parts to Rak and it wasn't totally crazy expensive. Did take about two weeks with customs. PM me your zip code and I will do some checking. We have a USPS postal system at work and will check with UPS & FedEx also. Might be a better cost alternative?????????
  9. Was telling MacKenzie off line that I'm giving my Primo Jr. to my middle daughter's husband. He loves to BBQ and I haven't used it since getting the KK. . My oldest daughter found out and called me saying that her husband wanted that Primo. Ah crap!!!!!! In order to keep peace in the family.........I ended up ordering a PK Grill for the oldest's husband. It fits his style of grilling better and at least it will not rust out like all his other hand-me-down cookers. The youngest daughter's husband is going to get an old Weber kettle. I should have taken Aussie's lead and sold it instead. Didn't think that old Primo was going to end up costing me another $400. Should be a great cat fight over the KK when I croak
  10. Very Interesting....wonder if it will sell???? I personally don't see the attraction or merit.
  11. Dang......now I have to get a Costco membership also.
  12. I never see them at Sam's or BJ's either.
  13. Wonderful news!!!! Have a great vacation and get back and fire that KK up.
  14. That Bob is one heck of a cooker..........Nice spread!!!!!
  15. When you finally get your hands on the KK, you are going to be amazed at the quality of the new cooker.
  16. Didn't see this until this morning....the on-line spec's say 11 lbs per box. FYI
  17. mameola, Congratulations!!!! I still own 2 Primo grills and while they are decent cooking machines, I have had to replace a fire box in each and re-weld a couple cooking grates. That is not going to happen with my KK. My 19" TT KK is replacing my Primo Jr. and I plan to buy a new 42" KK to replace the Primo XL. The Primo's are going to my son-in-laws until I croak and they get the KK's. You made a very wise decision in my humble opinion. Your 32" KK will give you all the benefits of the Primo oval shape plus a lifetime of cooking without any quality issues. Hope it arrives soon!!!!!
  18. Shuley, You motivated me to look for more of our favorite lump and you brought me good luck!!!!!!! I went on-line and searched all of our local Lowe's stores for the Char-Broil Center Cut Lump Charcoal. I found one store that showed inventory but didn't say how much. On the way home from work yesterday, i stopped at that store. I found that they had 29 boxes in stock, marked "clearance" for $10.99 per box. As I was looking at the pallet, the department manager walked by and asked me if I needed any help. I thought of your purchase, pointed at the boxes and asked him if he wanted to get rid of all of it. He smiled and said "How about $5.00 per box?". Holy Crap.........I couldn't get the words out fast enough........"It's a deal!!!!!!" Good thing I was driving my big van. I finished my first box the other day. I was totally surprised that there were no fines and very little dust in the bottom of the bag. Never had that happen before. I have to say again.....so far I am totally impressed with this Russian commie lump. tony b.........................I'll save a box for you to try. I'll send one back to Cedar Rapids with my sister. Now I have to figure out where I'm going to store this haul. Redhead Sue's garage is already full of toys and grills. She is going to kill me when she finds out what I did Too much fun!!! Thanks again Shuley for the motivation,
  19. Never tried that low of a temp before but if I did......................use a super high quality lump charcoal, light well in one spot, super control the vent settings and let the temp raise very slowly. Maybe CoCo Char??????
  20. Great story! Enjoy, enjoy...enjoy!!!!!
  21. Bought a Sous Vide Supreme during an open box sale for a couple hundred bucks a few years ago................to avoid the container selection issues. Really like it being self contained. They have decent sale a couple time a year. FYI
  22. Very nice!!!!!!
  23. Love my Donabe Kamado-San................. Made in Japan for 100+ years! Short video
  24. Sunday fun day...................................tried out a crock pot wings recipe for lunch: Cooked them too long in the crock pot and they fell apart under the broiler. ...................but very tasty! Then for dinner we smoked a 14# turkey. Stuffed it with apples, oranges & onion. 4 hours at 325* with apple wood smoke. Turned out great: Made mashed potatoes with skins (with assorted colors), dressing and gravy from the drippings. Asleep on the couch by 8:30pm with the big belly blues
  25. Good call on getting a matching 2nd grill !!! Might help eliminate one objection from the wife if she didn't like the new "different" color. Exciting news.