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    So glad I finally signed up for this site. It's incredible. Well I have been in BBQ for sometime now but extremely too busy to actually put my average skills to the test. I took a bbq class which I think was almost 16 years ago with Paul Kirk in Los Altos, California at Armidillo's Willy bbq spot. Wow it changed my life. But it's been a slow progress in terms of learning since I was raising six kids. Now I am able to pursue it more. I only have a 22" weber kettle. I am looking to upgrade. But that will be my next topic. I want to be better well rounded. I am only good at doing ribs. I finally got it down I think. I have cooked many other meats such as brisket, chicken, burgers, steaks. But I believe my ribs are on the competition level... Ok I will hit you a with my next topic.

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    Welcome. A Weber 22 is a great place to start. A lot can be done with just that, patience, and a watchful eye. But I expect you will get MCS like the rest of us!

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    • Johnsona
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      Sorry for the lack of knowledge but what is a MCS?

    • FireMan
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      Johnsona , eh, eh, ehhhhhh! There is a post runnin currently "ultimate on topic discussion....."

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    Welcome to the Pit!

    MCS is More Cooker Syndrome.

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    #4
    Welcome!

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    • Johnsona
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      Thanks looking forward to conversing with you guys

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    Welcome from Colorado ...

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      #6
      Welcome to the Pit from Dallas!

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        #7
        Welcome to The Pit. Since you have a Kettle, I suggest you consider getting a Slow N Sear. It will really up your game and allow you to smoke on your Kettle:

        https://snsgrills.com/collections/slow-n-sear

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        • Johnsona
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          Sorry forget to mention it. I do have one. Love it. But looking to upgrade to the Cusinart Twin Oak pellet smoker

        #8
        Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
        Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

        Glad to have ya join in on th Food an Fun, Brother!
        Last edited by Mr. Bones; June 22, 2020, 07:14 PM.

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          #9
          Welcome from Maryland

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            #10
            Howdy! Glad you're here!

            You'll learn a lot here. Looking forward to seeing your ribs!

            Pics are required - and you'll need to send samples to Houston.

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              #11
              There are no "onlys" around here unless yer talkin a pile of twigs. Finally is here, ya better strap in fer the ride. Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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                #12
                Welcome from south Texas! Glad you’re here!

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                  #13
                  Greetings and welcome from So Cal.

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                    #14
                    Welcome from north of you on the Delta.

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                      #15
                      Huntington Beach welcomes you and that fine cooker. We like ribs too. 😃

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