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    Hows it going, my name is George Matsumoto I have a great passion and love for bbqing ,cooking and making tacos and having cocktails while doing so. I can come up with nice a good taste recipe on the go by just eye balling , but I can fallow an would like to taste new recipes if you like to share
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    Welcome from Colorado, George ... you might find a recipe or two to follow here ... in addition to the gazillion or so more discussed here in the Pit.

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      Thanks im new to this amazing rib site I'm still surfing it but thankyou

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        Welcome to The Pit George.

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          Greetings and welcome from North Carolina.

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            Welcome to the pit from the bbq capital of New England, Massachusetts.

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              Welcome from Oz, you will like it here

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                Welcome from Virginia!

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                  Welcome

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                    Welcome from Minnesota.

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                      Welcome to the Pit!

                      Now that we've seen you, how about a pic of your cookers and cooks?

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                        Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas!

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                          Howdy from south Texas!

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                            Tacos, I can bend the tortillas for tacos.
                            Then sour cream in the bend, followed by seasoned meat, lettuce, and cheese.
                            So please share your recipes
                            Hello from NW Oregon

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                              So, ya want recipes heh? How much money ya got? Some of us charge by the word. Just remember, when yer cookin, eat good & have fun! Welcome!

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                                Charge per word? How do I do that now that I learned to copy and paste?

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