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    Keeping it simple

    Just signed up for the Pit Club and decided I better introduce myself. I have been cooking over flame and smoke for over 30 years. I was in the US Navy for 9 years and during the shore tours a true getaway was a gathering of beer and grilled food as it was two things we never could have when deployed. For grilling, I will shamelessly say that I prefer a well maintained Weber gas grill. I am not much into fussing anyway, thus the replacement of my offset smoker with a Pit Barrel Cooker.

    Limited by space, I had to sell my Weber Performer when I bought the PBC. I missed having a kettle around for a wood fired steak and small slow cooks and was on the hunt for a Craigslist Weber kettle when the WalMart 22" Jumbo Joe presented itself. I purchased it, drilled a hole in the top to install a lid thermometer where the Performer's was located, and called it finished. Frankly, for small cooks, it works every bit as well as the Performer, albeit without the vertical space, gas start, and easy of vent adjustment.

    Looking forward to learning more and meeting some friends out here. Thanks for reading.

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      Thank you for your Service and welcome to the People's University of Life and BBQ

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        Welcome to The Pit TroyOHchatter! Nice to have you here. Sounds you have a lot of experience with different cookers. Look forward to more interchange with you.

        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. This will help you learn your way around so you can get the best experience from our forum.

        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 TroyOHchatter! We're glad you're here. We're even happy @Huskee's here... today anyway.

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            #6
            Welcome! I'm all of 40 minutes away from you, south of Dayton.

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              Originally posted by Pit Boss View Post
              Welcome to The Pit TroyOHchatter! We're glad you're here. We're even happy @Huskee's here... today anyway.

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              Welcome TroyOHchatter

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                TroyOHchatter, Welcome to The Pit! Eat Well and Prosper! From Fargo ND, Dan

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                  Welcome to The Pit TroyOHchatter . I hope you enjoy the Pit Barrel Cooker as much as I do.

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                    Welcome aboard TroyOHchatter. Thank you for your service. If a grill or smoker produces food that you and those you share it with enjoy then you've done good!

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                      Hi... Welcome to the Pit TroyOHchatter ...
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                        Welcome to The Pit and welcome to The Obsession!

                        Thanks for your service!

                        We look forward to your posts.

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                          Welcome to the Pit!!! We are happy you've joined us!! Thank You for your service.

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                            Welcome to the Pit! You're gonna LOVE that PBC ... and there's lot's of folks around here to share their experiences (good and bad) with the Magic Barrel.

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