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    Happy New Year

    My name is Dave and I have been Qing for about 50 years and I am still learning, I have 3 Weber Genesis grills that I use for cooking with friends, a Weber Q gas grill and a Weber Kettle grill, an old fashion side fire box smoker that I am giving away after reading the reviews on it and realizing why my smoked food was drying out, Joined a little while ago after using the site for a couple of months, cooked a prime rib using the MH method of no bones or fat cap, put on my old style 3 burner Weber Gensis on a rotisserie, best roast any of my friends or family ever had. Also made the gravy and garlic mashed potatoes per MH, Awesome stuff, Wife bought me a brisket from Kansas City Creekstone for Christmas and my Pit Barrel Cooker just was delivered, Got another brisket from around here to try it out on, don't want to screw up the KC beef. Will post pic of brisket as it happens, any thoughts on doing the brisket on the PBC, I watched the video

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    Go here....and Happy New Year to you too!!!

    http://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/for...-barrel-cooker

    Got plenty tips on lighting and what not.....

    I like to hang mine 5-6 hours. Then lay on the grate to bark up, fat cap first, if it needs it. Then wrap once it is dark enough. Once they get probe tender, put to rest of a couple hours.

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      #3
      Looks good, and welcome. Jerod gave good advice, he cooks more briskets in a week than I do all year.

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        #4
        Dave you are OUR kind of guy! We're glad you're here

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          #5
          Hello Dave, Welcome

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            #6
            Welcome aboard Dave...When it comes to those barrel cookers Jerod is the king

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              #7
              Welcome Dave. I'm a newbie but the information and folks here are both top-notch. I've had great success following the recommendations here (chicken, turkey, boston butts so far).

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                #8
                Welcome Brew! You've got quite the arsenal there and you will fit in just fine around here. Looking forward to your pics and input.

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                  #9
                  Welcome Brewmaster Dave! Glad to have you here!

                  Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos!

                  Hope to hear & see more from you.

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                    #10
                    Welcome to the Pit Dave! With a name like Brewmaster, what you keep on tap?

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