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    ... or morning to you all. Just discovered this site and it looks like I could be learning and contributing to it.

    I'm from Paphos, Cyprus and love cooking low'n'slow with a local twist. I have a Weber kettle, WSM and an Ooni Pro which I've adapted to do low'n'slow.

    As Pork is the main staple of meat in Cyprus, I tend to do a lot of it. (Beef is no good and imported beef is expensive).

    I'm on Facebook and Instagram as Cyprus BBQ club and you can check out some of my local dishes. I'm still pretty new so I'm pushing myself to up my game and open to suggestions.
    I use a lot of local wood here which is great. Including fig, avocado and guava, as well as fruit woods including cherry, mandarin, orange, olive and lemon.

    I'd appreciate any suggestions or advice as well as ideas. Anyway, hope you all have a good day, especially in these hard times.

    Peace out


    Thank you, Gary, and welcome, or, as we say here in Texas, bienvenido. You've come to the right place for great information on many topics, as you have already seen. The camaraderie here is also a big plus.


    • THE Humble Texan
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      I thought in TEXAS we say HOWDY. (;

    • gcdmd
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      THE Humble Texan
      De vez en cuando.

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      Es verdad, sin duda, mi hermano.
      De vez un cuando...

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              Welcome to The Pit Gary.


                Welcome from the state of North Carolina. I'm loving the international members, I'm intrigued to hear how the smoke from, say, avocado wood tastes. Looking forward to your posts.


                  Welcome! Can't wait to see that Ooni Pro in action!


                    Originally posted by Chuck in Charlotte View Post
                    Welcome from the state of North Carolina. I'm loving the international members, I'm intrigued to hear how the smoke from, say, avocado wood tastes. Looking forward to your posts.
                    Chuck, it's supposed to be similar to hickory but it's difficult to tell.


                      Originally posted by HawkerXP View Post
                      Welcome! Can't wait to see that Ooni Pro in action!
                      Hawker, there are photos on my Instagram page showing the damper that I made which hooks on the back to restrict air flow. I've gone hot and fast with it too.


                        Kalos irthate! Welcome from south Texas!


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                            Welcome from another new guy. You’ll like it here.



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