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  • HC in SC
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    Not that I know of. Pit Boss is in the Charlotte area.


    I just took a trip up there to Socastee to buy a Weber Performer from a guy on Craigslist.


    I used to have to come up to N. Myrtle every week with another employer and must have passed that barbeque joint on 17 south down from Litchfield - Hog Heaven I think. I've been meaning to stop there, but never have.


    I was planning on taking the wife to Sam's corner on the way home from Socastee, but forgot they aren't 24/7 in the off season and they were closed by the time we headed back.


    I also used to pass Radd Dews Barbeque over in Conway on trips up there, but haven't been there yet either.

  • _John_
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    Sounds like you know your way around a grill! My turkey's were awesome, but I don't think a shaky pic on chinet would have one anything!

    For the lazy here is the link to the beautiful birds.

    Looking forward to seeing what that BGE turns out.

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  • jadam318
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    Thanks, man! I'm in Pawleys Island. Are there many from our area on here?

  • HC in SC
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    Right on Adam! I'm sure you'll be happy with the BGE, I work with a few people that own them. A big Pit welcome from the Goose Creek area!

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  • jadam318
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    New From SC

    Hey. My name is Adam, and I'm new here. I discovered this site early last fall after I impulse bought a couple racks of ribs only to realize I didn't really know how to cook them. A Google search of some sort turned up amazingribs.com, and I ended up with the best ribs I had ever eaten. Spending my whole life (minus a year-long stent in eastern Montana) in the deep South, loving Southern style BBQ that's not a comment to be taken lightly.

    Having achieved such results, I kept digging around the site and entered the 2014 Pretty Bird Turkey Shoot photo contest. I just got an email from Meathead yesterday telling me that I placed third and have a Thermoworks DOT shipping my way! Sweet action! You can check out my spatchcocked, picnic table supported bird over on the Pretty Bird Turkey Shoot Contest page of amazingribs.com if you like.

    A little about me: I'm 32 and have been grilling since long before I moved away from Mom and Dad. I've grilled mostly over charcoal and have come to love it, even though I occasionally do some propane grilling for my co-workers or open, wood flame cooking at a campsite. I love to have a craft brew or glass of red wine (preferably Pinot Noir, Merlot, or Cab) in hand by the time I strike a match. Big Sky Brewing Co. Moose Drool (brown ale) is a current favorite that relatives send from out West (can't buy it east of the Mississippi). A life-long burger lover, I'll grill anything and everything I can get my hands on. However, I've really enjoyed smoking low and slow lately. I'm getting ready to try my hand at brisket and pork butt when weekend traveling slows down a little. My part of South Carolina is blessed with weather that is never too cold for outdoor cooking, so I'm a year-round grillman.

    Currently I'm cooking on a 22" Webber kettle I bought when I moved to coastal South Carolina about 5 years ago. Since finding this site I have really been experimenting with recipes and techniques on the Webber, and I picked up a Taylor digital thermometer to help out. I can't wait to employ that Thermoworks DOT when it comes in, and I just ordered an air probe (for grill monitoring) and a Thermopop to the supporting cast. I'm expecting the Taylor to see a lot of drawer time when those arrive.

    More great news, though: I found out while spending time at Christmas with the in-laws that my father-in-law is going to buy me a Big Green Egg! All I have to do is build a counter/outdoor cooking area for it and let him know when I'm ready. So, I am researching BGE info anywhere I can. I was delighted to find several here who cook on those with good results. Any input/advice on BGE's and outdoor kitchen/cooking space layout would be greatly appreciated!

    Here's to a grill filled 2015!!
    Last edited by jadam318; January 5, 2015, 03:27 PM. Reason: Corrected misspellings

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