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ckreef

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  1. Try this link http://www.nakedwhiz.com/productreviews/thermoworksbillows/billows-1.htm
  2. That is a bit of a bummer. Unfortunately they designed it for standard vents that are basically credit card thick SS not a tube type arrangement. I wonder if your friend couldn't just make you a new set of wings that were longer? The pin that holds the wing spring in place is probably just pressed in. He should be able to knock the pin out, install new wings and bang the pin back in. Just a thought.
  3. Looks great. Yes inquiring minds want to know - what is the reasoning behind pink flamingo?
  4. TY @Tyrus I love the individual Caserole dishes. One more for the day. Me and Mrs skreef cooked this for the mechanics at work. Pulled pork Mac & Cheese Layer of pulled pork lightly sauced. A layer of Mrs skreef's awesome Mac & Cheese. A crumble topping. All these cooks would work just as easily in a KK - just not quite as fun as playing with live fire.
  5. Basically a cross between baked Spaghetti and pizza. These were Angel hair pasta, pizza sauce, Italian sausage, pepperoni, sweet peppers, Mozzarella, Asiago, and Fontana cheese.
  6. Bronx Bombers for lunch today. This is one of our favorite dishes and really easy to make. I always have the ingredients on hand. 
  7. Last time I forgot about the KK until the next night when I got home from work. It cruised at 250* for 30 hours. There was no lump left - LOL
  8. Sounds like my kind of night
  9. So we ended up with thighs and legs. I guess that makes leg quarters - LOL. Initially I fired the grill too hot. Having realized my mistake I shuffled the coals and chicken around a bit. Not bad for first attempt with the Grill Grates - Yea they can get screaming hot. Also some balsamic marinated cabbage. And one for Instagram
  10. The fire is lit. Unfortunately we had a chicken disaster. I open the whole chicken and it didn't smell right into the trash it went. Mrs skreef is down at the local grocery store right now grabbing up some leg quarters. Just a minor blip in dinner.
  11. We had a late lunch at a Vietnamese restaurant so the current plan is to fire up the grill at 7 pm.
  12. No worries. With tonight's chicken dinner we'll start dressing them up
  13. Unfortunately no leather seats. And even worse, push button ignition but no remote start (almost a deal breaker). That was a new 2018 still on the lot. They wanted it gone. A good deal with a bunch of factory cash back. A decent down payment. Fortunately I have good credit so I got my own financing. Without all that I would have never been able to afford it. I am having a blast learning the grill. Will try out the grates hopefully tomorrow (weather permitting).
  14. I know you didn't think I was talking about a nice house or piece of property. Grill Grates makes my NuKe Delta a really nice piece of grilling real estate.   Custom cut to length they fit perfectly. The way I configured them you can go full Grill Grates or 1/2 Grill Grates and 1/2 regular grate depending on what I want to cook.
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