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    Royeston here, in Harlingen, TX

    Hello fellow lovers of smoke and flame!

    I have been studying AmazingRibs.com very closely for 1 month now. I bought a new Weber Gold 22.5” kettle 1 month ago and I was looking for information on how to use it. I was blown away by AmazingRibs.com!
    Of course I bought a Smokenator on Meathead’s advice and I cooked my first Pulled Pork Butt for 9.5 hours and it was AWESOME! Then I cooked some steaks. Some chicken. Some thick burgers that were seared in the rear… AWESOME. And now I have a brisket on the grill at this moment….my first brisket ever. Oh, and I have cooked lots of ribs lately… so good.

    So, at the very least, after all of this great food, I owe Meathead the price of a subscription to his website for all of the joy he has brought to my house! I wish there was a book!!!! I need this on the book shelf! What if the web goes dark???? How will I still have access to AmazingRibs.com vast repository of myth busted, evidence based knowledge?

    I live in Harlingen, in the Rio Grande Valley, 10 miles from Mexico. We have great Mexican food here. Now I have great smoked meat here too!

    I have a Pit Barrel Smoker on my wish list and a G2 Chubby also. I will probably be wishing for a long while.

    Enjoy,

    Royeston


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    Welcome Royeston! Great story there, and thanks for joining all of us and helping support a great thing. Good job on the signature too. Those Backwoods smokers are nice machines, I considered that or the Party myself.

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      Hey Roy, that Pit Barrel can happen a lot quicker than the Chubby!!

      Welcome to the Pit. I am in east Texas. Cut grass for two hours this morning. It got hot quick. I'm usually in a chicken plant when the sun comes up.

      I would love an insulated vertical smoker if I ever have to cook as many butts as I do briskets.

      I looked at the backwoods HARD, however, the money that was supposed to come in never did. No biggey. This Pit Barrel puts out some ridiculous BBQ.

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        Hey Roy!

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          Royeston welcome to The Pit! You've only had your Weber OTG for a month and have made all that food? And have all of those high skillz level accessories? Color me impressed. Pics of your cooks Sir!

          Pit Boss

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            Hi Roy. I think you have come to the right place to learn! Welcome!

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