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    Better late than never?

    I'm 6 months into my membership, and I figured it is probably a good time to introduce myself. What can I say, it's been an interesting year

    I can say I've been lurking consistently since I signed up, didn't really mean it to be that way but that's where we are...and I blame you folks, since I've been busy learning so much here that I never found anywhere else (everything from how to get a good smoke flavor and use a fan on my PBC to what to expect from my knee replacement). An insane amount of knowledge lives in the Pit!

    I do all my cooking on either a PBC or a Weber 26, and love them both. Hope to contribute in the future!

    J.J.

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    Welcome from the California Delta. Get busy and make for the lost time.

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      Welcome from Maryland via North Carolina.

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        Welcome from Colorado ...

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          Welcome to The Pit JJ.

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            Welcome from Virginia!

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              Howdy from south Texas!

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                What you didn’t know is that there is a fine for every month you don’t post in the introduce yerself channel. With 6 mos that requires some consideration on what to do on our part & how severe the penalties will be. We’ll get back to ya.
                Welcome, eat good & have fun!

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                • gatorjj
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                  I know, I know...and if there's no pictures it didn't happen! I'm sure you'll come up with something well suited to my procrastination

                • FireMan
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                  Ah, a gentleman!

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                Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

                Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

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                  Welcome, and I also do pretty much all of my cooking on a 26” Weber and a PBC.

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                  • gatorjj
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                    I can't imagine cooking on anything else, although in this forum I think all the time about cooking on a lot of other things for some odd reason...
                    Last edited by gatorjj; September 14, 2020, 05:53 PM.

                  • Dadof3Illinois
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                    That’s called MCS...it’s extremely contagious and can get expensive to cure!!

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                  Welcome from TN! Let me know if you need knee info - had both of mine done a few years ago. On the cook front, I am still learning from these peeps - man, there is a lot of knowledge around here...

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                  • gatorjj
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                    Thanks! I'm just about 6 weeks out from surgery, seem to be doing well though I probably don't need to tell you it's a journey. I did manage to smoke one of my best briskets ever about 10 days ago though, I consider that a rehab milestone. Odd that wasn't part of the PT exercise list

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                  Welcome from Western Massachusetts.

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                    Welcome from Virginia Beach.

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                      Welcome to the Pit from Dallas!

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