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    Hi Meathead, just wanted to thank you for the great info on your website. I've been using it for a few years now to make some outstanding BBQ & figured it was time that I signed up & contributed to your cause.
    Last edited by egin_5; December 29, 2016, 03:39 PM.

    A very hearty welcome from Illinois.

    Did you want the thumbs down in your title?


      Welcome to The Pit Egin.


        Thx for the welcome RonB & Ischweig. I chose "Thumbs Up" from icon list, but I guess it decided to flip on me. Thx for pointing it out, I changed it to a smile. Hope it doesn't flip to a frown. Cooking a whole brisket, four racks of St. Louis pork ribs, and three sausages today for my sons 21st b-day celebration tonight, in Cypress, TX.


          Welcome to The Pit egin_5! Nice to have you with us, and thank you for your support. Wow, what a nice feast! What are you cooking on? ... and do we get any pictures?

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          Hope to hear & see more from you!


            Hi Huskee, I'm using dualing Old Smokey's, made right here in Houston, TX. I've been using OS's for over 35 years & they have never done me wrong. I tried to upload a few photos of the brisket (I cooked the point & flat separately), ribs, pit fire & beer for entertainment, hope they upload!

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              Also made Grannies Texas beans & creamy cole sale with some jalapeño sweet relish for a Texas kick!

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                  Welcome to the Pit!


                    Welcome from Indiana..


                      Welcome egin_5 , glad ya' checked in here! Thanks fer th' pics, much appreciated!


                        Glad you joined us in the Pit!


                          Welcome egin_5! Great looking food and thanks for posting all the photos! The fire pic is awesome.



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