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    Great to be among cavemen!

    I've been searching for BBQ (smoking) perfection all my life. There is nothing better than stumbling upon a new nugget of wisdom passed on by a fellow caveman that keeps the pursuit of perfection alive. So, feel free to send me what ya got anytime. Looking forward to getting to know all of you.

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    Howdy! I figure that perfection is good Q, good Scotch and a good cigar while watchin' football. (And if the kids start interfering with that I tell 'em my next pit will be big enough for a whole hog or one of them.)

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      Welcome to the Pit!

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        Welcome to The Pit! Please take a moment to read my Welcome letter and Tips topics located here. Tip #1 will help you with filling out that Signature!

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          Welcome Neile57! Glad to have you here, thanks for the support.

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            Welcome!

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              #7
              Welcome to the Pit. Very useful and entertaining at the same time.

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                #8
                Welcome Neil, you will like it here. Where are you from and what kind of equipment do you have and use?? IMWTK!!

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                  I hale from Rexburg, Idaho. After years of trying many different kinds of smokers I put the best of all worlds into an idea of a combining pellet and electric heating . A few years ago I made a custom smoker from a Treager, but you will never recognize it as a Treager now. I'll post some pics tomorrow so you can see it. It does a nice job and can maintain a tight temperature no matter the
                  different temperatures swings we experience in Idaho. Thanks for asking.

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                I look forward to your post and pics. I am looking at constructing a pellet smoke house and am interested to see what others have fabricated.

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                  Welcome to the Pit Neil!!!

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                    Welcome Neil. This is a great site and great folks for help and info.

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                      Welcome, nope you have as much fun here as I am, if you really want to scratch your head read MeatHead's article on Texas Stile Brisket http://amazingribs.com/recipes/beef/texas_brisket.html. I started yesterday at the request of Aaron and I am almost done.... WOW

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