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    Bracing For Winter

    My name is Geoff I live in NH and have been looking at this site for several months. I use a BGE XL for my smoking as well as a weber kettle.

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    Welcome and thanks for the support!! That BGE must rock when the mercury drops.

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      Welcome Geoff!

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        @ar15303, Welcome to The Pit! You are going to have a good time here! Good People Members and Staff alike! 👍👍👍👍👍 Talk Again, Dan

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          Welcome. The BGE is a good cooker to have when winter rolls around.

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            Welcome to The Pit ar15203/Geoff! Glad to have you here. Sometimes I really wish I had a kamado during winter. I've been eyeballing the Primo Oval XL for a few years now.

            Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos.

            Also, it's very important that you add the domain AmazingRibs.com to your email safe list in case you are ever drawn as our monthly Gold Medal Giveaway winner!

            Hope to hear & see more from you!

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              Welcome to the Pit! I have a BGE large but our tempts don't drop like yours. Low and slow is never a challenge no matter what the outside temp, but when the temp is 95+ and the humidity is 95+ sticking with it when grilling can be a challenge. I love the taste and ease of low and slow. My favorite is Boston Butt. What's yours?

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                Welcome ar15203! We're glad you're here.

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                  Welcome from the Canadian Prairies! I am also bracing for winter, charcoal goes much, much faster when it is -30 and blowing snow!

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                    ar15203 Welcome to the Pit!! What is winter? I'm sorry, I'm in Texas. LOL!!!

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                      Welcome to the Pit ar15203 ...

                      It's always nice to have another Egghead in the Pit.👌

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                        I can relate to the Canadian Prairies bbqoaf, I cindered 3 racks of ribs on a sub zero Sunday. The grill turned into a torch in just a few minutes. Definitely a different technique compared to a July afternoon!

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                          Welcome aboard! Ah yes. Winter IS tough. Have to play my golf in LONG PANTS!!

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                            Welcome, I don't get to use my little kettle often enough, but I just through some meat on there 10 minutes ago. Poor thing felt left out.

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                              Welcome to the Pit!!!

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