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    I am a new member in Montana. I have been smoking meats for use by myself, family and friends for about 20 years. I still use charcoal and wood and have not graduated to sawdust and glue yet. I am not sure I ever will. I continually look to improve my skills and am not interested in competitive cooking. I moved to Montana from KC many years ago and still like their style of smoking. I am anxious to see what I can learn from all the great members of this group.

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    Welcome to the Pit from the California Delta. Being a pellet pooper owner I am very happy with it. Though I must acknowledge that stick burners are great also, great smoke profile, just more attention than I am able to give........Oh, look a puppy!
    Last edited by ofelles; June 24, 2019, 02:50 PM.

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      With my old Good One I can go several hours without touching it

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    Welcome to the pit from Colorado. Looking forward to your contributions and learning along with you.

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      #4
      Welcome from Colorado. What part of Montana? I spent several years in Great Falls back in the mid-late 70’s. Still go back once in a while to visit the in-laws.

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        Butte, I have been here since 1980 although I will never be a native

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      Welcome to the Pit from the Okanogan Valley of 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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        #6
        Welcome to The Pit from the Seattle area!
        While we’re always learning, I’m guessing you have some experience to share here as well - looking forward to hearing of your BBQ adventures.

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          Thanks, Still learning

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        Welcome from Maryland

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          #8
          Welcome from TN

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            #9
            Welcome from Wilson County, Texas!

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              #10
              Welcome to the Pit from Dallas! So, what do you cook on?

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              • pgsims
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                I am using a couple of original Good One smokers I got in KC many years ago

              • LA Pork Butt
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                pgsims I cook on a Kamado, but I have eyed the Good One for a long time. It looks like a fun versatile cooker.

              • pgsims
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                If you can find an older one try it, Better steel

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              Welcome to The Pit.

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                #12
                Welcome from Minnesota.

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                  #13
                  Welcome from Winnipeg

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                    #14
                    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
                    Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya, Brother!

                    originally from EXSPGSMO, an been runnin my Good One, since last August, when I won it here on Amazin Ribs! )

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                      I have had mine since the mid 1990's and still going strong. Maybe the late 90's

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                      Cool beans, sir, cool beans, indeed!

                      I loves th Hail outta mine, an sings Her praise, fer all to hear!

                      I had looked at many on KC CL, even went, looked at a few...had th fever, bad-like...

                      Most were good deals, but needed lotsa repaint, etc.

                      Then, one day.... BAM!!!!

                      One landed RTF in my lap!

                      Free Ship, even

                      pgsims

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                    Welcome to the Pit!
                    Cheers from Norway

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