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    New England New Guy

    Hello! My name is Gregg and I was raised on a farm in northern MA, right on the border of NH. I have been cooking since I was a kid, self taught, and since I stumbled upon this site have felt like a culinary genius. I recently moved from MA to NH and one of my purchases for the new house was a WSM 14.5, as I have always loved BBQ but never knew how accessible it was. Having the farm nearby is great, as I have infinite access to fruit wood, particularly apple. Amazingribs has been an invaluable resource and I love nothing better than creating some of the best food I have ever eaten, and sharing it with friends. The tools and tips here are awesome. I'm glad to be here, -Gregg

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    Welcome from the Charleston, SC area! That apple wood is especially tasty with pork IMHO....

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      Thanks for the support and welcome!!!

      We have a veterinarian we work with out here in Texas from Maryland. It is somewhere up there. And apparently has Belted Galloways.

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        Welcome Gregg!

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          Welcome! Infinite access to apple wood must be great - my favorite smelling smoking wood

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            Welcome and good tidings from Houston, Alaska. The brain trust here is phenomenal! As an old line dog and chef, I really enjoy the give and take of our members. I have learned a great deal and have shared as well. I hope the same for you.

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              Welcome Gregg! We're glad you're here. Huskee will probably come along with a homework assignment soon, but fear not, it's more fun than work. Again, welcome!

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                I do indeed love my applewood smoked delights. So far it's been that as well as some mesquite I was able to get my hands on. I have done chicken and many pork cuts, but have yet to smoke up any beef. I am also excited for any future deer we take down on the farm. Wild venison, fed on our stolen apples, smoked with applewood. Mmmm.

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