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    HI, I’m Jerry. I can cook a little and have charbroil. I know but I bought it before joining Amazing ribs. Retired is imminent and I want to learn to cook. Wish me luck

    Welcome from Pittsburgh, PA! You have come to the right place. Congrats on your soon to be retirement.


      Welcome from Maryland. You will learn a lot here, and have fun doing it.


        Welcome to The Pit Jerry. You are in the right place to learn. I suggest you decide what you want to cook and head over to the free side to find recipes, then come here and ask if ya need help. One hint is to not be stuck on 225° for low and slow cooking. You can cook at 250° to 275° and you won't be able to tell the difference. And a higher temp will shorten your cooks.


          Welcome from Colorado, Jerry …


            Welcome from Oz, you will like it here, there is much to learn from the high priests that populate AR


              Welcome to the journey in the Pit from Dallas, Texas!


                Welcome to the Pit from another Gerry!

                Hey! I've got some charcoal too!



                  Here’s what is really great about all this: it’s easy.

                  It’s easy to make outdoor food that is truly impressive. Even if you’re this guy:

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                  Here’s the next great part: there is so much more after that!

                  Then it’s up to you. You can stick to the basics, and work on getting better at them, which is what I do. Or you can decide to branch out into pizzas, breads, paellas, sous vide, whatever, the world is your oyster! Heck, make some oysters!

                  As you get better (because even though it’s easy to get good quickly, you can always get better), the accolades start pouring in, and as the accolades pour in, you want to cook more. And the more you cook, the better you get. It’s a vicious cycle, I tell ya, one that you can’t get off! And then one day you’re looking at a website filled with $4000 smokers, and all you have to do is save $80 a week for a year….

                  Nah, don’t do it. Stay away!

                  j/k. Welcome!

                  ETA: Oh; there’s nothing wrong with a Charbroil. They make some damn good ‘q. We don’t do gear shaming here, there is no hierarchy. Bring what you got and you can cook on it. But I’m just sayin’ that if you’re looking for people to try to talk you out of that $4000 smoker, this ain’t the place my friend.
                  Last edited by Mosca; June 6, 2021, 05:34 AM.


                  • Mr. Bones
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                    Like this meme ten thousand times over, easily, Brother...almost snorted Breakfast Jack an Coke, which would be Tragic, at 0631...

                    Tragic= Liquor stores, here in Th Territories, don't open until 1200...

                    Still much better than 85% of my life, when they didn't open, at all, Sundays...

                    We'uns usedta make some Mad Ol Sunday Dashes to Muhzurrah, gotta tell yall True...
                    Last edited by Mr. Bones; June 6, 2021, 09:29 AM.

                  • Mr. Bones
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                    btw, each time I roll through here, find it almost impossible to not play with th red dot, on th dbag's cranial structure...
                    Probly my bad, mayhaps some internal failing that needs addressed.

                  • FireMan
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                    That was me 20 years ago.

                  Welcome from Minnesota. Enjoy The Pit.




                      Greetings and welcome from North Carolina.


                        Yup, build a fire & you will cook. Ya do have ta kill the meat ya know. Welcome, eat good & have fun!


                          Welcome aboard!

                          As Mosca stated there is no gear shamming. Lots of friendly people with great advice.
                          Lots of green with envy, but that is a whole other story


                            hello from NW Oregon



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