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    New Member from Texas here. This is truly an AMAZING site.

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    Welcome Gina!

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      #3
      Hi Gina! It's great to see another gal on here. Yes, this site is amazing and it's great fun. Bet there will be a moderator along soon to help you fill out your signature...i.e. a list of all your grills, thermometers and such. Enjoy

      Midge

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      • MamaGina
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        Thank You Midge,
        LOVE this site, I'll learn to navigate it soon.

      #4
      Welcome MG. I overheard Midge and decided I'd head on over here.... Thank you for the support!

      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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      • ontheranch
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        knew you were eavesdropping

      #5
      Welcome Gina! We're glad you're here. Most of us anyway. I mean as far as I know all of us... But I shouldn't assume. I should stop now.

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      • ontheranch
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        LOL

      #6
      Gina, please forgive Boss that is not normal for him. And welcome to the Pit we are ALL glad to have you. Right Boss?

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      • David Parrish
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        Yes Guy that's right. I'm not normal. lol

      • Guy
        Guy commented
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        Yeah I think you are most of the time. That is why I covered for you.

      #7
      Hi Gina welcome to the Pit

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        #8
        Welcome Gina! Hope to see some pictures of your next cook. Tomorrow I'll be cooking my first baby back ribs using Meathead's Last Meal Ribs recipe. Can't wait - first ribs to ever cook!

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        • MamaGina
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          Good Luck, I know they will be Great

        #9
        A big Pit Welcome from the SC Lowcountry!

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        • MamaGina
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          I went to Cowpins every summer as a child. Dad is from NC, you also have the BEST Peaches I have EVER had.

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        Welcome to the pit Gina from Houston, Alaska! There are a lot of real nice and accomplished folks here. We all look forward to your input. Come join the party..

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        • MamaGina
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          Strat50 smoke much salmon?? It's a personal favorite, I smoke king salmon 3 or 4 time a year.

        • Strat50
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          We smoke a fair bit of fish. Salmon, trout, grayling,etc., are all grist for the mill, as it were. We live close to many salmon streams and a ton of lakes holding trout.

        • MamaGina
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          You Sir are a lucky man

        #11
        Hey there Gina, WELCOME!

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        • MamaGina
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          Thank YOU Jon

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        Welcome Mama G

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          #13
          Welcome, that your brisket??

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          • MamaGina
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            Yes it is (-: It's also my rub. Great lookin smoke ring on your brisket John

          • _John_
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            Thanks, if I can get the whole thing to be as tender as those pieces i'll be a happy guy.

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          • Huskee
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            MamaGina, could you try uploading them again? For some reason they're not showing up, at least to me.

          • MamaGina
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            Slow smoked salmon

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          Because of this site my BBQ is on the way to perfection. So much to learn here!

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          • Huskee
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            Yes there sure is. But it's a fun ride, and there's lots of good folks here to share it with you and help where they can.

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