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    Hotshins

    Greetings from Samford ( Brisbane), Queensland, Australia.

    I have just swapped using camp ovens in favor of seeing how I go with a a smoker, and I have already won favor with family and friends, at lot of it down to the rub recipes and guidance from this site ........

    As the 'dedicated fire man' of the Hotshins Camp Oven Cooking team I'll still get to burn Ironbark (timber).

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-10-0...nships/4299946

    H

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    Welcome from Indiana, USA.

    Awesome article and link... looks like fun and great food... also I appreciate the fun play on words for your team name.

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      Thanks Nate - its great that you go the play on words - hotshins is certainly an anatomical affliction when working with open fire

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      Welcome from Las Vegas.

      That is a great link. Here in our neighborhood seemingly everyone has at least one of those three-legged Dutch Ovens. We rotate hosting monthly parties where everyone brings their pot and cooks something for the evening meal... charcoal below and on top.

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        A hearty welcome from Illinois. Nice article.

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          #6
          Welcome from Baltimore, MD! That festival sounds like great fun!

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            Welcome to The Pit.

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              Welcome to the pit!

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                Fun article! Welcome to the group!

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                  Welcome Hotshins

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                    Welcome to The Pit Hotshins

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                      #12
                      Welcome to the Pit! Brisbane's a nice town ...

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                        #13
                        Welcome to the Pit. Those recipes sound down right mouth watering.

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                          Welcome to the Pit!! We are happy to have you here. Great video. I am a Cast Iron nut myself! You'll love smoking, a lot like camp oven cooking. Plus you still get to play with fire!

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                            Hi Spinaker

                            what level Cast Iron Nut are you at?

                            I have surpassed the 50 oven level - though I do have some real favorites. There are a lot more collectors now than a while ago.( and many ovens may never see coals again ).

                            H

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                            I have about 10 ovens. But I have over 100 pans and griddles. Yeah I also have many pans that will never see a stove top again. Hotshins

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                          That Looks Like More Fun than Should Be Legal Hotshins! Welcome to "The Pit"! You are Now Enrolled in the BBQ University! Attendance and Participation are Mandatory! Enjoy "The Pit"! Welcome to You Down Under from Us Up Yonder!
                          Eat Well and Prosper! From a Backyard Cremator in Fargo ND USA, Dan

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