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  1. A few years ago I saw a video by Chef Ming Tsai for a ceramic rice cooker called a Donabe Kamado-San and just had to have one. These have been made in Japan since the early 1800's and are still made by hand by the same company in Iga, Japan Check out some history. How it is Made. Never could cook rice worth a darn but now I cook it about once a week. Have not screwed it up yet. Recently a friend on the Primo forum and a great chef, gracoman, posted a topic on a clay/ceramic dutch oven made in Colombia, called La Chamba. (Video) He recently purchased a few pieces and was very impressed with the appearance, quality and their performance. And of course.......................I just had to have one!!!!! And it just happens to fit perfectly in the 19"KK TT. This past weekend, I smoked a couple chuck roasts on the KK and then use them to make a beef stew in the La Chamba. It was a fun cook and the new pot worked wonderfully. (picture before carrots & mushrooms & other goodies) I have plenty of cast iron but this ceramic cookware is in a class of it's own in appearance and history. If anyone is interested, Ancient Cookware is offering a 10% discount on orders placed before the end of December (I have no affiliation with them). PM me for the discount code.
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  2. When one side of the house looks like this- It is great to have road side curb service. Veggie pizza ready for grill- olives, tomatoes, and mushrooms. Baked. The cooler in the background contain a pork loin curing to make Canadian Bacon for a friend. Ready to serve. Plated.
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  3. Cooked up a small brisket yesterday, 11.4 lbs before trimming. I used Texas Original BBQ Rub. Wrapped after 4 hours and fully cooked at 7 hours. Here's the brisket wrapped in butchers paper...I forgot to take a picture before wrapping. Getting ready to slice it up I have one more brisket left to cook from the three I purchased.
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  5. LOL trust me I'm the wrong guy to pitch that...
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  6. In 50 yrs this is my second bout of cancer, a different cancer but the Big C none the less. The funny thing is that I have had far worse things happen to me and survived, even if several family members have died from the first cancer I had in 1967 (melanoma). So I have high hopes in beating this too. I know we all die sooner or later so live as much as possible and enjoy the ride!!
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  7. I found a new butcher that sponsors some local bbq teams that mainly use offset smokers. And a knowledge of U. S cuts he explained it perfectly where the cut comes from which was reassuring lol. Let me know what you think it turned out greatgave it some pigs assand on it goes at 250 loving the temp probe socket and instead of foil I've been using my KJ plates got it to an internal temp of 125 ready for the rest whilst I Ark up Oragot Ora upto 550 and gave it a sear another restand ready to slice and carvedand plated went real simple on this one meat and chips lolwhatever it was it turned out great Sent from my SM-P600 using Tapatalk
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  8. Thanks, everyone. @ Tony, I don't even have to go outside once I get the charcoal loaded.
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  9. @Jon B. Don't show me stuff like that. Especially when it fits perfectly in the 19" TT. What are trying to do get me to spend my money.
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  10. @HalfSmoke definitely worth it. Big fan of many of their pre-marinated meats.
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  11. There will be NO stopping @ckreef in the Guru challenges now!
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  12. @DennisLinkletter- can you help me sell my KJ Classic?
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  13. For the most part, they are friendly and well behaved fans. Steeler games can get worse due to the hours of pre-game tailgating. Owning Steeler gear is a requirement of residency. lol My wife always laughs at the number of Steeler shirts you will see at a Pirate or Penguin game. Only the Pirate/Penguin superfans have gear for those teams, but everyone has Steeler stuff. Everywhere we go on trips, we see Steeler gear. We always take bets on how many things we will see in a day. In an airport, you can always tell which gate is going to Pittsburgh by counting Steeler logos. Our 'best' Steeler logo sighting so far was in Las Vegas, there was a guy with an artificial leg that was Steeler themed.
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  14. Glad to see your BB made it to it's final resting place. I was out on both Friday night and Saturday night but did not see any calls from you so figured you had it handled. Congrats!
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  15. Thanks Jon B I grilled some steaks last night on the lower grill and some longer cooking ribs on the 1/2 upper grill. The system is truly awesome, and that is a word I do not use often.
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  16. It tasted pretty good, great flavor with a little zing to it. For anyone that hasn't tried Texas BBaq Original rub its worth a try.
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  17. Look like the duck celebrated a little too much lol.. Great catch for your kid. Look like a fun family time.
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  18. Just till they take that pin out... They probably got to wrap my whole head for that... Lol
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  19. That makes my head hurt thinking about it. Glad you're through that rough part now
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  20. I'm not sure how much brisket costs where you are but you get a lot of meat for your money.
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  21. Thats one more step over with Susan. Step by step you will get through this.
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  22. You're a brave girl Susan. My finger hurt just telling us what they did to you. I hope you heal up very fast and get back to cooking on your KK's soon
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  23. I went back to get the rest of my stitches out today. One of those stitches rubbed a nerve.. Felt like electrocution. At that point she still had 5 more to go.....petrified now...bout to dig a hole in my head intisipation for the next wave of pain.. The next one didn't rub a nerve....Thank goodness...she said she got them all.... Yayyy... She cleans up everything and what you know... She found another one...Dang it... This one is in the most deep and tender spot... O boy.. Back to digging in my head...good godly miss molly... Pain pain... Whew!!! Thats over... I didn't pass out or cry... Now just need a bandaid for my head... I head now to see the Doctor.. He said hes taking the pin out in 2 weeks... Just enough time for my head to heal...so after 3 hours of torture and didn't cry... I'm had to treat myself to Starbucks awesome coffee and a cake pop. Ok.. Now all good..
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  24. My wife and I commented on how nice the Pittsburgh sports fans were. We saw 50% of the population wearing Steelers gear, makes me want to be a fan!!!! Very cool atmosphere.
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  25. Aussie, nice steak and chips.:)
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  26. Those are some tasty ribs.
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  28. Sounds like a lot of fun.
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  29. Looks very juicy and tender. Come to think about it...I've never cooked a tri tip.
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  30. As if I needed an excuse? @Aussie Ora - actually temperature wise, it's not that bad - yet! Cold front coming through this week to drop temps into the teens (F) at night. High on Thursday will only be 23F that would be MINUS 6C for you folks down under and across the northern border.
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  31. Nice! I grew up in Pittsburgh, lived there for 40 years, and am a huge Penguin's fan. Sorry your team lost, though. I miss a good Primanti's sandwich. I was in the Fort Lauderdale area at the end of last week for business and never had a chance to go to the Primanti's there.
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  32. That looks great Aussie. Tritip used to be more of a west coast thing here but is becoming more popular and accessible. It has become one of my favorite cuts
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  33. Good times but the rubber duckie is not having as much fun. Tacos look interesting.
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  34. He knows about it. He saw the listing here. He's not a huge poster and I'll let him identify himself if he wants to, but I do know he's planning on spinning a rib roast on it and I'm hoping he sends pictures to me. lol
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  35. It sure can I wish you all the best the big C has taken some really great people from me Sent from my SM-P600 using Tapatalk
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  36. FYI, what may be the final release of StokerLog R5.0 was announced here. You can click here to download the image file directly.
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