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    Welcome to The Pit Detree . Love the avatar!

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    Hello Detree , any catering stories would be great!

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    Detree, Welcome to The Pit, The Members and AR Moderators and Staff are Extrordinarily Informative and Helpful A Person Can Learn A Lot Here!
    Eat Well and Prosper! From Fargo ND, Dan

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    Detree Welcome to the Pit and looking forward seeing your cooks and hearing how your catering venture goes!
    nice avatar! good luck, Dean

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    started a topic Hello from Beaverton, Ontario, Canada

    Hello from Beaverton, Ontario, Canada

    Just wanted to introduce myself. Been Queing for years just got into the smoke game a few years back with a Napoleon Apollo, but my newest acquisition is a Pit maker Vault. All I can say so far is WOW. Looking forward to learning and cooking more in the future as I am interested in starting up a BBQ Trailer for catering events.

    Cheers and Happy New Year

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