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    Howdy from the Houston area!

    Background lurker, first time poster! My fella and I are recovering after Hurricane Harvey and are still in the process of rebuilding our home. We are doing the work ourselves so it is a slow process and our inside kitchen for the last few months has been an induction burner, an Instant Pot, and a roaster. Luckily, that means more grilling and smoking outside!! In addition to the usual meal stuff, I've cold smoked some cheddar, made a couple of batches of bacon (OMG!), and finished up this pastrami this evening! I thought it time I roll myself off the couch and say "Hello!" and thanks for all the wisdom!!
    Looking forward to learning more and more!
    Stacy
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    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
    So very glad to finally make yer acquaintance, amiga!
    Jump on in, git involved; looks like ya got some great food to share! :

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      Thanks, Mr. Bones! I am looking forward to the ride!

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    Welcome from Colorado, Stacy ...

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      Thanks so much!!

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    Welcome from Indiana

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      Thanks, Nate! Not sure I've ever been to Pawnee...

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    Well howdy howdy howdy from the Bacliff area down Galveston way! For the last 8 months we too have been rebuilding. One room at a time. It IS a very slow process buy ourselves isn't it! We too LOVE our instant pot. Between that, the ole Coleman stove, the grills and Brutus Ten to heat the water, we have done very well over these months!

    Welcome aboard friend!!

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      Thanks so much, Lonnie! Hugs to you and yours in the Harvey Recovery! It is an adventure, for sure!

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      Welcome from the Jersey Village area. Sorry to hear you’re still in Hurricane Harvey recovery mode. You’ll find comfort and friends here.

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        Thanks so much!! Enjoying the adventure!!

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      Well look at you and that delicious pastrami, nice intro offering!! Always glad to welcome a fellow Houstonian !!!

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        Thanks so much! IT's fun to have something we can do in between "projects".

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      Welcome to the Pit Spitts57 from NE Washington state. Along with tips, techniques, and recipes about BBQ we have a lot of fun. If you like music, go to this thread to hear what others are listening to and share what you like. For jokes, go to this thread. Go to this thread to post where you work and what your hobbies are and get to know other members here. We are happy to have you along and looking forward to your participation.

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        Thanks and looking forward to lotsa fun!!

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      Welcome to the pit from Southern Illinois

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        Thanks, Mr. Bacon! I'm from Lawrenceville, IL originally!!

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      Welcome to fun in the Pit!

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        Thanks so much!! Looking forward to it!

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      Welcome to The Pit Stacy. That's a great lookin' hunk o' meat.

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        Thanks! I really enjoyed the process and feel like I accomplished a feat!!

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