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    Hello all- New to you but not new to Q. I'm a Big Green egg specialist but if you can light it on fire and cook with it, I'm all in. Hope I can give a fraction as much as I take from the forum but the more I learn, the more I realize how little I really know. If it's egg, Sous Vide, or commercial food service/catering related, I'll try to help where I can. Otherwise, I'm all ears


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    Glad to have ya. You from Austin or just settled down there?

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      Big welcome to you from just up the road from you in DFW metro area. Also into sous vide, catering/events, and a BGE aficionado. Down your way pretty often to visit our corp HQ.

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        Egg Man Welcome, You will find you have more to contribute than you think. It is all good around here and you will have a great time.

        Barry

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          Originally posted by Jerod Broussard View Post
          Glad to have ya. You from Austin or just settled down there?
          I grew up in Dallas and have lived all over for work but I've moved here 3 times since I was 16 and think I'm here to stay now.

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            Originally posted by mrmikemgm View Post
            Big welcome to you from just up the road from you in DFW metro area. Also into sous vide, catering/events, and a BGE aficionado. Down your way pretty often to visit our corp HQ.
            Good to hear. I work for a company in fort worth so I'm sure we pass each other on I35 a few times a year.

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              I imagine so, since I live off the I35-W in Flower Mound, though our corp HQ is actually on the North side of Austin at the Research/Mo-Pac intersection, so I stop short of the actual city of Austin.

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            Originally posted by Marauderer View Post
            Egg Man Welcome, You will find you have more to contribute than you think. It is all good around here and you will have a great time. Barry
            Thanks Barry. I've been lurking here for a few years but didn't realize there was a forum until today. This is my kind of place.

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              With a name like that I have to wonder what kind of herbs you might be smoking along with your 'Que.

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                Hey Egg! Welcome

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