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Poochie

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  1. swoff1: Hey, what does Jokes, Ribbin', & misc  banter! mean? 

    Partner: Sounds like a place to post jokes, shoot the breeze, and maybe some off-topic stuff.

    swoff1: Wrong! Yesterday Dennis suspended the account of this asshole named Poochie. It was so awesome!! I mean who has time for that garbage??

    Partner: What?

    swoff1:  That knucklehead can't post anything for 30 days. Hahahaha. Serves him right. Hey, what's a 6 letter word for dumb?

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  2. 14 hours ago, Troble said:

    Nice review. Although I’m getting longer than 5 hours of smoking on mine. I’m currently at 7 hours with more fuel left to burn 

    Are you using pellets? After reading the review it appears that pellets will make the more of a mess than wood chips. It's easy to clean either way but I'm just curious as to what fuel you used.

  3. 2 hours ago, tony b said:

    Celebrated the successful break-in of my new, electric snowblower yesterday. We'd gotten over 6" of snow Friday, with significant drifting (close to a foot). Steak night! Prime NY strip, marinaded in Shio Koji with SPG, then rubbed with SureShot Sid's gunpowder (my go-to steak rub now). Grilled direct on the lower grate with some mesquite chunks. 

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    Plated with a nice 2x baked spud with some cheddar on top, sauteed mushrooms and spinach in Bearnaise sauce. A nice bottle from Trefethen (interesting blend of Petite Verdot/Cab/Merlot).

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    Snowblower?? What's that?

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  4. I visited Colorado and decided to have some supper at a local restaurant. I looked over the menu and see mountain oysters. Now being from Louisiana I’m thinking they’re just like salt water oysters I’m used to eating, but they come from fresh water in the area.

    Waitress: What can I get for you today?

    Poochie: I think I’ll have an order of these mountain oysters.

    Waitress: Good choice! They’re fresh and delicious.

    Poochie: How many do you get?

    Waitress: You get two and one vegetable.

    Poochie: Two?? Give me a dozen!  That’s what I’m used to eating.

    Waitress: Oh my, you sure like your mountain oysters, don’t you?

    Poochie: Lady, where I come from we eat them right out of the sack.

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  5. 17 hours ago, johnnymnemonic said:

    I'm still very glad I got the 42.  When you grill on a 42 with all that room to spare it is so nice.  The versatility of the 42 is amazing with the grates split into 3 sections, basket splitter comes standard, etc.

    I'm just going to have to get a smaller KK one day.  In the mean time I'll still keep the egg around. 

    I'm doing two cooks this weekend. Another batch of rotisserie chicken and some burgers.  Probably going to cook them one after the other tomorrow.  roti first then pop in the lower grate and grill.

    Just do like Tekobo and buy one of each smoker Dennis sells.

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  6. 19 hours ago, Tyrus said:

    Sorry to hear that Pooch. I've often said that when I give something away, rest assured the following day I find a need for it and then I'm wondering, "why did I do that".  Let's see, I've cut myself countless times over the years, often needing stiches in some instances using a knife, and so far not so with the slicer. (got the cut resistant gloves) You could say I've given more blood this way than to the Red Cross. It's daunting, cumbersome and a challenge to move, but it does what, at least for me, a safe and comfortable process for cutting up large bundles. I got a spot for it, I'm still brawny enough to handle it, and a bit safer for this guy that's got all day, everyday to clean up the mess. (retired, but not dead) I do appreciate the other side of the street point of view, it gives those a chance to look at the negative possibilities, it's not for everyone but it'll be slicing for someone long after this po' boy cuts his last slice. Thanks Poochie 

    I didn't mean to put the stink face on the slicer. I'm sure there are 50 people happy with them to my one unhappiness.  I loved what it did, just not the cleaning and fear factor. Slice away Tyrus and just ignore my bitching. And stop giving away blood for free.

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  7. Dennis went to bed knowing his wife might need to head to the hospital to have their baby delivered that night…

    Wife: Dennis, wake up! I think it’s time! My contractions are very close together!

    Dennis: Oh my gosh! I’ll call the doctor…

    Doctor Babybirth: Yes, what is it? It’s 3am by the way.

    Dennis: You’ve got to get to the hospital quickly. My wife said her contractions are closer and closer. It’s getting ready to happen. Hurry!

    Doctor Babybirth: Settle down. Is this her first baby?

    Dennis: No, this is her husband!

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  8. We had one and it did exactly what we wanted it to do. Slice meat thin for great layered sandwiches. That being said, and these have been mentioned, we hated it as much as an uninvited mother-in-law.  It's big, heavy, won't fit anywhere convenient, and worst of all was cleaning it. Just putting fingers near the blade to clean it gave me the willies.  I've learned to appreciate a sharp knife. You can't carve the meat as thin or as even, but when I'm stuffing my neck with a sandwich,   I discovered that I didn't care.  Everyone that has one, enjoy it. I gave mine away. 

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  9. komodokamadoforum.com 

    If your issues are about your Komodo Kamado or a future purchase, this is the best place to get information.  Or chat/email/call Dennis 

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