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TigerHam85
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If you don't mind me asking, how much did that thing run you? I've priced BGEs, but never those.





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CBLSU316
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$750 for a large kamado joe.....it's a shade cheaper than the BGE and grill dome. Tonight is my first cook on it.





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jmcs68
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I really should. Spiked with bourbon.




Good luck!






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glassman
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Thanks, luckily I am only 5 minutes from where the game is being played. Have a good evening.





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jmcs68
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You too







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TigerHam85
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All sizes are comparable to eachother, besides for a sq inch or two?

Enjoy.

Think ill be having a couple fried eggs with some grilled deer sausage when I get off work. Though, my cravings could change between now and then.






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Caplewood
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Goat rhas al hanout and couscous





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CBLSU316
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All of the "large" have an 18" diameter cooking space. They all also make an XL model that has a 24" cooking diameter.

I have a large.






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ladytiger118
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Thinking about picking up sushi from Wahada.





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jmcs68
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Goat rhas al hanout and couscous


What spices do you use for this rub?






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Walt OReilly
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pizza hut





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Fap-n-Nap
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Goat rhas al hanout and couscous




I made that for breakfast.

I'm out of ice for my old charter, dammit. Reckon I'll KO a couple bottles of red.






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El Josey Wales
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Glad it wasn't just me.






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Caplewood
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About 30 different ones.





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AlmaDawg
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Caplewood


Where did you get the goat? Around here, the Mexicans buy every one that is for sale.

What cuts did you use?

I ate it one time, ham and shoulder meat was stewed down, like roast beef, but in a spicy gravy and served on flour tortillias. Yes, Mexicans cooked it. Wasn't bad, kind of similar to deer meat.






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Caplewood
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Shoulder. Bone in

Local farm, Heron hollow.






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Rohan2Reed
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Goat rhas al hanout and couscous


Way to show everybody up. Pics?






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Caplewood
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I only have a picture of the serving Zimmern got






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Rohan2Reed
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man that looks really good. I googled some images for that spiced dish and most of the results look amazing.





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Caplewood
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This is the blend we used then cooked like a curry with ginger, cilantro, garlic, and chili paste. Add goat stock and then shred shoulder into mixture. Served with couscous that had dates and pecans, cilantro and chervil and lemon zest. Garnished with micro chervil, celery and cilantro. Also had a satsuma and saffron yogurt






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