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    Hi from Australia

    I find myself here as I was looking to buy a Kamado joe. I am keen to get into the low and slow scene. I already owned a weber kettle so thought I would have a go on it first. Through my search for the best practice I came across the slow and sear product of which I found and Australian distributor. Order has been placed and waiting for it to arrive. Of course as it happens now the Kamados are discounted by 20% at one of our distirbutors. Anyway its SnS for now hope I made the right decision.
    I came here as there seems to be a bit of a SnS community building. They cost a bit in Australia due to post and imports however so do the Kamado Joe. Wish me luck.

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    Welcome grepin

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      Welcome to the Pit! Where in Oz are you?

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        Welcome to the Pit.

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          Welcome. Any "bad time" of the season to grill there?

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            I think once you get the SNS and use it a couple of times to learn how it works you will be very happy. It might be the best thing to happen to the weber kettle ever. Good luck with your new toy.

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              Thanks everyone. I am from Adelaide. There is not really a bad time to grill here. Ranges between 50F-104F at the extreme ends winter to summer.

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                Welcome aboard grepin! Yeah, what SteveB said. Don't have fish like that up here in the Great Lakes, what is it? We have a lot of fisher dudes & dudettes that are members. Our most famous fisher dude is Huskee. Looking forward to your pics & input. Enjoy the ride!

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                  Welcome to the group, Grepin!

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                    Welcome, grepin ! Glad yer here, enjoy th' Weber / SNS combo... it can do wondermous thangs; th' rest is up to you!

                    Sláinte!

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                      Originally posted by grepin View Post
                      Thanks everyone. I am from Adelaide. There is not really a bad time to grill here. Ranges between 50F-104F at the extreme ends winter to summer.
                      Adelaide is a great town. Many fond memories of fine food and wine I enjoyed there during the all too short time I spend there while with BHP Billiton back in the 90's.

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                        Originally posted by FireMan View Post
                        Welcome aboard grepin! Yeah, what SteveB said. Don't have fish like that up here in the Great Lakes, what is it? We have a lot of fisher dudes & dudettes that are members. Our most famous fisher dude is Huskee. Looking forward to your pics & input. Enjoy the ride!
                        That Fish is a Snapper. Probably about 80cm long and around 6-7 kg.
                        Might be a little bigger and heavier cant remember.

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                          Most interesting, I've had many of Red Snapper, nothing even close to that big.

                        • EdF
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                          That's because Oz is the Texas of the southern hemisphere!

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                        grepin, Welcome to "The Pit". You are Now Enrolled in the BBQ Univ! Attendance and Participation are Mandatory! Enjoy "The Pit"! You Folks Down Under are going to enjoy the Weber S 'n S Combo as much as we Up Yonder Do! Be sure you check out the S 'n S information at abcbarbecueco.com! In the Techiques and Recipes Section David Parrish (Dave) and Huskee (Aaron) and the Good Folks at AdrenalineBBQCo have an excellent Tutorial on Vent and Temp Control of the Weber and S 'n S Combo!
                        The last Pic below is the New "Drip-n-Grill Pan for the Weber & S 'n S also by AdrenalineBBQCo!
                        Eat Well and Prosper! From a Backyard Cremator in Fargo ND USA, Dan

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                          Welcome aboard! I have had my SnS for over a year, and I love what I can do with it. I think you will be very happy with your purchase.

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                            Welcome to The Pit grepin. It's great to have you here and thank you for your support!

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