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    Hello from SoCal

    Longtime AmazingRibs.com fan from Wildomar, CA. I started smoking 6-7 years ago using a Webber 22” kettle and wood chips on charcoal with a 2-zone setup. Stepped up to wood chunks on charcoal about 5-6 years ago. Got a vertical offset smoker from my wife three years ago, and later that year took the jump to using only wood splits. I now have a local wood supplier who gets great quality oak logs/splits and use only wood for smoking.




    Meathead and crew have been a TREMENDOUS help in learning new techniques and developing recipes. I have a few rubs I modified from AmazingRibs recipes, as well as a couple I’ve created from scratch. I discovered AmazingRibs about 5 years ago...it was finally time to join the club!




    I’m a fan of central Texas brisket and Memphis dry ribs. Some of my favorite things to cook are brisket, pulled pork, baby back ribs, and chicken quarters. I love cooking...whether it’s just for my family or a crowd of 100.




    Looking forward to getting to know you all and sharing/learning from a great community!!!

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    Welcome from Colorado ...

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      Welcome to the pit! Nice bbq journey you’ve made, I’m a big fan of oak wood smoke traditional Texas style food also.

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        #4
        Sup brah? I'm from SoCal as well, I'm envious as you are close to Angel's stadium correct? I'm a couple hours north (or 4 hours in bad traffic.)

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        • Larry Grover
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          HouseHomey : I think it was Brookhurst & Westminister next to Mall of Fortune.

        • HouseHomey
          HouseHomey commented
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          Could be, I used to drive by one on magnolia on my way to work in Anaheim. If it's the same group anyway. Little Saigon if the @&$t for Pho and food. Many just don't get it. The same bowl of Pho is 4-5 dollars more here in HB as it is there. Loving your memory man!

        • Larry Grover
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          Yeh, they are a chain and there's a few in Santa Ana. I probably went to the one on Magnolia too. And all those little pho places are great. I dated a Vietnemese girl for awhile and she'd take me around to all the secret spots.

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        I’m a fan of central Texas brisket and Memphis dry ribs. Some of my favorite things to cook are brisket, pulled pork, baby back ribs, and chicken quarters. I love cooking...whether it’s just for my family or a crowd of 100.

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        Brother from another mother. Welcome to the Pit!

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          Welcome from Indiana

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            Welcome to The Pit.

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              #8
              Welcome from Maryland.

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                #9
                Welcome from Winnipeg.

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                  #10
                  Welcome from Southeast Michigan!

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                    #11
                    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
                    Looks like ya got th cooker thing goin on, hope ya stick around, show me some o yer skillz!

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                      #12
                      Welcome to continued fun in the Pit!

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                        #13
                        Welcome from up the road in Altadena. Always looking for a good source for wood. Willing to share your supplier?

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                        • Santamarina
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                          Hey, theroc. My wood guy is a dude named Fred in Old Town Murrieta. He doesn’t advertise other than a sign on his yard that says "wood." No website, no phone number...I have to drive by and hope he’s at the yard when I need wood. Since he’s not always there I keep a stash at home and refill when I only have enough left for a couple 12 hour cooks. But he always has a big pile of ready to use wood!

                        • theroc
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                          Thanks Santamarina! I don't get through Murrieta too often, so guess I'll keep searching. But next time I'm passing by on the 15 I may make a diversion to see what I can find.

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                        Welcome from Boston. I’ve spent a few nights/dollars at Pechenga not too far away from you when I lived in Cali. Enjoy the Pit!

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                          Crowd of 100, OK we’ll be right over. Welcome, eat good & have fun!

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