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    Hello from Italy

    Hi folks
    I'm Alberto from Italy and I get a 18.5 kettle and a offset smoker oklahoma joe's. I love ribs, pulled pork, shoulder pork and fatty bacon bomb. Unfortunately in Italy is still not very common some of beef or pork section cut. I'm so proud to stay in this group. I'll be so happy to learn some tricks and some technique. My english is not good and some o terms I don't know it. Have a lot of patience please!!!!

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    Welcome to the Pit from a Canadian! I hope you and your family are healthy and doing ok during this pandemic! Don't worry about your English, it seems fine to me, and patience is something that we have a lot of. If you're ever unsure of the meaning of something, please ask!

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    • nitro63
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      Yes we're ok. Thanks for asking but we're at home until 03 april in smart working.......BBQ everyday!!!!

    #3
    Hi Alberto! Greetings from New Mexico, USA!

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      #4
      Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas, USA! Stay well.

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        #5
        Greetings from Virginia. I'd love to see some recipes and techniques used in Italy.

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        • nitro63
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          sure!!!

        #6
        Welcome, Alberto. Do you mind sharing what part of Italy you live in? I have very fond memories of visiting Modena and Bologna two summers ago.

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        • nitro63
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          from Iseo Lake near Brescia but I lived 40 years in Milan

        #7
        The most important term you could use is what you stated, patience. Welcome, you can stay here. Eat good & have fun!

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          #8
          Welcome from Maryland USA. Glad you have joined us. We here have all benefited from learning from members all around the world.

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            #9
            Welcome to the pit from Missouri USA,

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              #10
              Welcome to the pit. I like your plan during the virus lock down - cook some meat!!!

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                #11
                Welcome!

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                  #12
                  I bet there are plenty of tricks you can teach us as well, welcome!!

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                  • HouseHomey
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                    That gun show!!
                    Carry on sir!

                  • tenphases
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                    šŸ¤£šŸ¤£šŸ¤£

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                  A warm welcome to you!

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                    #14
                    Welcome from Winnipeg. Best we can do in these times is to stay home. Staying home gives us more time to cook. Enjoy.

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                      #15
                      Welcome from Chico, CA. Iā€™m from the US and my English isnā€™t great sometimes! Ha. Seriously though, we all use abbreviations for things here that you may think is an actual term you are unfamiliar with. Even many of us get confused from time to time. I will follow with a link to them so you can browse if you see something that looks unfamiliar

                      https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...-abbreviations
                      Last edited by tbob4; March 18, 2020, 02:27 PM.

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                      • nitro63
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                        thank you for your help!! I red the file. There are a lot of abbreviations!!!
                        Last edited by nitro63; March 18, 2020, 02:32 PM.

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