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    Hello From Sweden

    I have been wandering around this site for two years now...guess it's time to say hello! I am a transplanted Okie, living here in Sweden for 14 years (so far). Just a "refugee of love." Have a Weber Kettle I got for my 50th birthday. With that gift I started taking BBQ & Grilling serious (as in learning how to do it right). I also have what I have now learned is a (COS) from Landman here in Sweden. I know it is a COS because I bought it before I found this site and the first article I read was how to calibrate your offset smoker where it is explained what a COS is....it fit me & mine to a tee. This is the best site I have seen. Will keep reading and learning...Great to be here. Keep cooking and writing, I'll keep reading and learning. Someday, I might come up with my own idea :-)

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    Welcome to The Pit BDKSWE. We're glad you're here! Weber Kettles are great cookers. See you around!

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      Greetings ... and welcome to the Pit!

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        Welcome BDKSWE ! Where about in Sweden are you located? I live in Stockholm now (but was born and raised in Skåne). Good to have more Swedish representation in this forum

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        • BDKSWE
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          Currently in Karlstad. Most likely will be here for a long time. We did live about 6 years in Sigtuna before.

        • Henrik
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          Cool, my wife is from Sigtuna as it happens.

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        Welcome BDKSWE

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          welcome! i was really hoping your name was going to be SwedishChef

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            BDKSWE, Welcome to The Pit! You are Now Enrolled in the BBQ Univ.! Attendance is Mandatory! I too Use Weber 221/2" Kettles(2) and I have a Brinkman COS that is Modified SomeWhat?
            Eat Well and Prosper! From a Backyard Cremator in Fargo ND, Dan

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              Welcome to the Pit!

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                Welcome to The Pit! Welcome to The Obsession!

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                  Welcome aboard! We're glad you're here!

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                    Welcome BDKSWE!
                    What types of smoking woods are readily available in Sweden?
                    Thanks

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                    • BDKSWE
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                      Currently I use Weber wood chips. Most every store carries those. Landmann also makes a variety. Apple, Mesquite and Hickory are the most common I have found.

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                    Welcome to the pit, enjoy the Wikipedia of BBQ.

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                      A belated welcome to The Pit BDKSWE! It's great to have you here with us.

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                      Hope to hear & see more from you!

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