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    Hello from Flanders

    Hi there, Peter here. Swede based in Belgium (just outside Brussels). I'm definitely a greenhorn, limited bbqing until I got myself a stick burner (nette lette) last year. I honestly do more roasting than low and slow, but some spare ribs and pulled pork and the like too. So beginner stuff.

    I also have a super simple box grill (dancook) which I got after my old kettle finally gave up, and which I mostly use for skewers and the occassional searing, and a gas grill.

    Look forward to learning and developing my grilling and bbqing game!
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                  Welcome from the Land of Enchantment (Rio Rancho, New Mexico - USA)!

                  Belgium is a place I would love to visit!

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                    etepete I didn’t mention, but, I love cycling and have always enjoyed watching the Tour of Flanders, or truly Ronde van Vlaanderen. 

                    Is this something you get to view live? So much in Belgium that is amazing! Mens Soccer, cycling, food, beer! A bucket list to visit!

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                    The food and beer is definitely outstanding (I can say it, as I'm a guest in the country . I haven't seen the Ronde van Vlaanderen, but tour de France came through a couple of years ago and that was fun. We're right on the edge of bike country where I live - it's quite a sharp dividing line between Brussels and bike loving Flanders!
                    Last edited by etepete; December 25, 2021, 09:45 AM.

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                  Thank you for the warm welcome guys, and merry christmas!

                  To start as I mean to go on, here's todays cook!
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                    Wow! That's a great looking bird!

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                  Howdy from Houston, Texas USA and welcome to The Pit! You’ll have fun here and learn a lot too….I know I have.

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                      Welcome to the Pit from southwest Florida, United States. That’s a very nice looking bird you cooked.

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