I got to thinking, and I worked with my boss who is an avid smoker, so I couldn't stand it.
I got a Kamado Joe Jr last week and honestly I love it. Tried steaks the first night but I didn't stack the lump charcoal correctly, still, dinner ended up good. Then, after reading the instructions, I learned about how to stack lump, restacked what I had in there already, and in less than an hour I had a 750* fire going. So Saturday I smoked a turkey breast, nothing special, with hickory wood and a meat rub I get from a butcher in north Ga, it was simply awesome. Very easy to hold 245* for hours.
Then Sunday I used it to grill burgers with leftover bits of the hickory and they were simply the best burgers I've ever had.
I'm now wondering what I can do next, but I'm already thinking about getting the big version to leave here at the house.
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