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    Greeting from San Antonio

    I have been using Meathead's recipes for years and getting all sorts of accolades from them. It only felt right to join The Pit and help give back. This is a fantastic website and I reference it often. I have a pellet smoker that I love and am always looking for new things to try. It is to the point now that I have requests to cook for people for the holidays. I smoked turkeys last Thanksgiving and Prime Rib last Christmas for people that have enjoyed my BBQ.

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    Thanks for the support.

    I just got a text about cooking leg quarters and another text to see if I was firing up the Pit Labor Day, I feel your 'pain.'

    Went to SA summer of 1990. Seems like yesterday. San Marcos, swimming pigs, glass bottom boats....Sea World.

    Almost applied to Texas State University for Grad school in 1999.

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      Welcome, San Antonio visit is one of my best memories ever! While I got pooped on by a bird down on the river walk, I was on my way from the hotel to go golfing 18 holes at the quarry. Wore out from a long hot day the company said they were buying dinner, supposed to be the best steaks ever, which I have heard about every steakhouse ever. Big ribeye from Bohanan's, to this day the best steak I have ever had. Kids and wife aside, best day ever.

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        Military brought me here in the early 90s. Being from Florida I didn't think I was going to like it. Well, 20+ years later and I am still here. Jerod - My daughter and Son in law are both graduates of Texas State. Getting ready to do 2 turkey breasts for tomorrow using the Simon and Garfunkel rub. One for me and one as a request for someone who can't eat red meat.

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          Welcome to The Pit Catalina! I lived in San Antonio myself for several years (left in 2005) while stationed at RAFB. We loved it there.

          We're excited to have you here. When you have a moment, check out my Welcome letter and tips topics, which will help you complete your signature (Tip#1). They're here andhere.

          After that we'd like to know more about you. Head over to the General Discussion channel and dive into the mix... Post your latest cook in the Recipes and Techniques channel(with pics!).... Tell us about your latest restaurant BBQ experience.... make yourself at home!

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