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    Hello, my name is Tim. I am not sure i am doing this right but here goes. I am from NC and have a small catering business and competition team on the side. BBQ is my passion, i love learning and trying new things. I am looking forward to getting started on here. Feel free to suggest anything at anytime.

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    Welcome Tim, and thanks for the support!!!

    How busy is the catering business and what all do you use to run that thing??

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    • Circle B BBQ
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      so far so good with the caterings! i have stayed pretty busy this summer. I live in a small town and the business isn't all that big right now mainly consist of family and a friend or two. I have a custom stick burner that i cook with.
      Last edited by Circle B BBQ; August 18, 2015, 04:43 PM.

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    my smoker is also a reverse flow

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      I converted my COS to reverse flow after I found this website. I get requests to cook brisket and pork butts. I don't care to worry about the other stuff.

    • Circle B BBQ
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      im about to do my first whole brisket do you have any suggestions

    • Breadhead
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      Welcome to the Pit Circle B BBQ .

      You've asked the right guy that question. Jerod is our brisket wizard!

    #4
    Welcome, I look forward to some good catering and competition posts! What woods do you use?

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    • Circle B BBQ
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      i use oak, hickory, and apple mainly. Thanks for the welcome!

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    Welcome Aboard Tim!

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    • Circle B BBQ
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      thank you!!!

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    Hello there. Nice to meet ya!

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      ​Welcome to The Pit Circle B BBQ! Yep, you did it right! Glad to have you here...

      Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos.

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      • Circle B BBQ
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        Hey, sorry haven't responded, been sick with walking pneumonia so havent been able to do much smoking until get better but almost there

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