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  • JPP
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    Firefly's in Marlboro is decent, although I think I surpassed their ribs with my second cook on the PBCnquite frankly. Prices are decent, but it can be hit or miss... I got leather ends on a couple of visits... One when I specifically asked for thick end after getting the thin end three times in a row... They did make it right but I had to complain and I really hate doing that... Everyone at the table had these huge ribs and I got scraggly bones with leather instead of meat...

    I also thought Goody Cole's in Brentwood New Hampshire was quite good... Better than FF but none in this area IMHO can hold a candle to Blue Ribbon or Redbones!

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    Thanks you all.

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    Hey PT welcome!

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  • bocefuss
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    Welcome! Bring on your questions and comments.

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  • David Parrish
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    Welcome to The Pit! When you have a moment please check out my tips post, especially tip #1 that shows how to fill out your signature. I'm going to move this post to the "Introductions" channel.

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  • Bocman9000
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    Hey fellow Bay Staters! It's nice to see there's other people from Massachusetts that enjoy barbecue. JPP, I checked out your restaurant post, glad to see one posted for Mass; the Blue Ribbon looks great! I have a growing list of places I want to check out around the area, I have to let you all know how they are once I visit them.

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    Welcome aboard. You see the new Party Q?? Nice addition to that smokenator.

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  • JPP
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    Hi! Welcome! You have definately come to the right place! I'm from Framingham... And with the helpful advice of folks here, I got myself a pit barrel cooker. I never thought I'd go back to charcoal cooking and I can say I am so very glad I did!

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  • Ptrbve
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    Hello, from Worcester, Massachusetts

    I bought my first charcoal grill (Weber kettle) last Fall and soon after bought a Smokenator. The family and I love them both! I rarely use gas now. Being a novice to smoking, I have learned tons from this site, so I joined.

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