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    1st Day, Happy to be here

    Love to mix commercial sauces with my own ingredients. Pineapples, Mango, habanero, chiles, raspberry, blackberry, citrus, tomatoes, and herbs come from my garden. I call it “yard-to-table”. Red Habs and Chiles. Betcha can’t eat one!

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    Running a Franklin Pit, PK 360, AOG LP.
    Will smoke for food. 😎😁


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    Hello from NW Oregon

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    • Johnny Booth
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      Love that avatar. What kinda meat IS that?

    • bbqLuv
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      Beef Porterhouse

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    Welcome from Virginia!

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      #4
      Greetings and welcome from North Carolina

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        #5
        Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas!

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          Welcome from Farmville, Va...

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            Welcome to The Pit.

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              #8
              Cool, nice batch of peppers. Amongst my four plants I raised some Armageddons, which are rated just a notch down from Reapers. Talk about “can’t eat one”, I have found only 3 friends who can take what I make with em. I then gave some to an Indian family & they loved em. Go figure. Welcome, eat good & have fun!

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                Yep. My wife’s family is from Indonesia. They eat the whole pepper, with a little salt.
                Habs are about as hot as I can go. 😅

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              Great to have you on board

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                Welcome from TN!

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                  Welcome from Colorado …

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                    Welcome from Maryland

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                      #13
                      I had to drink a glass of milk just looking at that basket.

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                        Welcome from Western Massachusetts.

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                          #15
                          Welcome from Chicagoland! I want to see some cooks off those smokers!

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                            For sure. Trying to figure out what that 1st cook should be. I’ve done a couple brisket, chickens, fish, beef/pork ribs, pork butts. Hmmmm.🤔

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                            Pastrami!

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