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    Hello from Berlin, Germany

    Hi, new member here, old reader of the website, happy owner of the meathead cookbook

    Been happily cooking on a weber 22' kettle for a few years, working my way through various recipes, recently aquired a 18' smokey mountain when I realized the pre wedding BBQ I agreed to host was for 50 people and i wouldn't be able to fit all the meat on the kettle. So I'm now enjoying my new toy.

    Coming here planning on asking for advices to all the experts around.

    cheers!
    Florent

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    Welcome from Maryland, USA!

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      #3
      Welcome from Chicagoland.

      Tell us about the pre-wedding barbecue. How did it go? What did you cook?

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        20 pounds or so of pulled pork (4 butts, although the cut is different here I think, no bones), and probably around 4 pounds of bacon, plus 3kg or so of pulled jackfruit for the vegetarians.

        I supprisingly had leftovers (who am I to complain). but people loved it. one of the bridesmaid take it upon herself to pack enough leftover for the bridal party lunch before the wedding... heard a lot of good things on the next day

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        Sounds great. Congratulations on a job well done.

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      Welcome from another part of Maryland

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        Welcome from Virginia!

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          Welcome from north Texas. Yep, cooking for 50 would be a jaw dropper. How did that go? Have fun on the Pit.

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            Willkommen, schon dass du hier bist

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              Welcome to the Pitmaster club from Alabama, USA! 50 folks is a lot to cook for with those 2 cookers. Curious how it went myself... I've cooked for 80+ people before, but it took me an offset smoker and 2 kettles to get it done.

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                Welcome to the Pit!

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                  #10
                  Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

                  Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

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

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                      Greetings and welcome from North Carolina

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                        Welcome from the California delta.

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                          Welcome from Colorado …

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                            Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas, USA!

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