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Recent content by bgaviator

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    Tonight’s boneless leg of lamb

    Yup I had had mint jelly and English style mint sauce.
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    Tonight’s boneless leg of lamb

    250° with cherry wood on the Kamado Joe until 140-145° internal. No sear. Flipped halfway to even the color. Took two hours. Was a 2.8 lb boneless.
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    Tonight’s boneless leg of lamb

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    Brisket point cook question

    So basically cut it more where the bottom and top flaps join so I can essentially lay it out flat?
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    Brisket point cook question

    Never thought about doing that before! Maybe I’ll try this next time!
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    Brisket point cook question

    I only rested it for about 20 mins. Had to get dinner finished. I kicked up the temp on the smoker to 300° towards the end cause it was taking too long. So even though it was over 200° internal everywhere, it wasn’t done enough?
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    Brisket point cook question

    Well the final result turned out really well. I did end up flipping the meat over and that seemed to greatly speed up the cook for the last 20 degrees. The meat was very tender, but some of the fat maybe could have rendered more. We had some chewy bits but overall not bad. It was temping 202°...
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    Brisket point cook question

    I have a 3.5 lb brisket point from Trader Joe’s currently on the Kamado Joe. I’ve been cooking for 4.5 hours now. I was running at 250 but have since kicked it up to 275. I have not wrapped as I wasn’t happy with the bark formation yet. I had 3 temp probes in various parts of the brisket point...
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    First time cooking fish

    What Mexican lime hot sauce are you using?
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    First time cooking fish

    Yeah I told my wife next time maybe I’d hit it with lemon pepper instead. I definitely like citrus/sour notes on my fish. The Seafood Magic seemed like mostly paprika which was very blah.
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    First time cooking fish

    So I made fish for the first time last night on the KJ using my soapstone accessory. Used Barramundi that I got frozen from Whole Foods. Brushed the fillets with avocado oil and sprinkled Chef Paul’s Seafood Magic on both sides. I wasn’t sure what kind of seasoning to use but this one got lots...
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    Big Green Egg vs Kamado Joe

    I only own the KJ, but two of my coworkers own Eggs. For what it’s worth, when I describe all the accessories I can get for my Joe and the way I can arrange the racks I detect a hint of envy. My one coworker got his Egg for free, but said If he had to buy one he’d get a Joe. I’d be happy with...
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    New to cooking fish....need advice

    Just picked up some frozen, vac sealed Barramundi filets from Whole Foods. This will be my first time tackling fish and I will be cooking on my Kamado with my new acquired Soapstone. For white fish like this, is it better just to purely put a dry seasoning on, or would a marinade be better...
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    First attempt at lox -SmokinAl method

    I have gotten pretty good at making lox. I too use an Amazen pellet maze at the bottom of my Kamado Joe. I dry brine then use a wet brine to get that silky lox texture. I use this recipe on the Bradley Smoker website. It's great! They provide big batch amounts, as well as at the end there...
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    Disney Style (Cured) Chicken Legs

    The cure transforms the taste, texture, and color to be more ham like...
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