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    Hi Ya’ll.

    My name is Snook. I’m from Hughesville PA. I’m a retired Master Sergeant from the great United States Air Force. "AIR POWER!!!!" I’ve been BBQing for years and have always used this sites recipes. I started with a Weber and now use a RecTec 680. I love making ribs even though I haven’t mastered them yet. It’s a never ending process with lots of good eats while trying to master the perfect rib. I spend countless hours watching videos and reading Meathead’s advice but still striving for the perfect bite. To foil or not to foil that is the question. Lol. Probably adding a smoke daddy to my RecTec for some extra smoke to chase that perfect bite. I hope I never hit perfection because then what’s the point of BBQing. I love this site and I look forward to reading all the posts and watching the videos and chasing perfect BBQ.

    Welcome to the Pitmaster Club, Snook! Happy to have you with us, thank you for the support.

    Do you still have that Weber, and is/was it a charcoal kettle or gasser? If kettle and you still have it, the Slow 'N Sear is a great tool to help get some nice authentic charcoal+wood smoke flavor, and it makes some mean ribs! Otherwise something I like to do with my pellet cooker is make sure the meat is super cold of course, fresh out of the fridge or even placed in the freezer for 30-60 min prior to smoking, then place them on the *cold* cooker before you even turn it on. That cloud of startup smoke w/ most pellet cookers is valuable stuff to help add a bit more smoke to the meat.

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    Hope to hear & see more from you!


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        Howdy Snook! Welcome


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