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    Taking that first big step. Everett WA

    Greeting and Salutations. Posting here to introduce myself. I am recently Retired Navy Stew Burner cooking for the world's finest Sailors for over 25 years. I was stationed in Japan for just over 17 years so many of my recipes have an Asian flare...thanks in part to my wife and her amazing original marinades. In my retirement I have taken taken up the backyard BBQ Which I love but, it is hard for me to cook for just my family and not 1500 of the Nation's best. I am still learning the low and slow in and outs and hope to learn from everyone here. My equipment: Napoleon Rodeo Pro Cart with SNS and a Pit Barrel Jr. I am currently looking at the PK 360 as my next step. Thanks for hearing me out and I here's to a beautiful future.
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    You know... Everett isn't that far from me... (welcome!)

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      Thank you!

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    Welcome from Bellingham!

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      #4
      Might as well join the state salutations with one from the Okanogan Valley.

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        #5
        Well, I was goin to say, who gives a rip about Washington, but then that wouldn’t be cordial or polite to a new member, so I won’t say that. But I will say you cook some mighty fine lookin food, you’ll be a very good addition to our collection of Pit people, yessir. Welcome, eat food & have fun!

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          Thank you!

        • bbqLuv
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          Which Washington are you posting about, one or both.

        • FireMan
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          bbqLuv , yup!

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        Ahoy! From The Great State of Jefferson!!

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          #7
          Welcome from Bothell/Snohomish! And like Rick said, if you are needing to feed more people to feel satisfied, I will offer myself and family up as tribute.

          My wife really enjoys sushi, is your wife working as a chef around here? I look forward to learning from you.

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            Thanks! I will keep that in mind. She hasn't worked in a restaurant since we moved to the States however, she does make sushi at the Central Market a couple days a week because she wanted to learn American style Rainbow rolls and such.

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          Welcome from Oz, you will like it here

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            Greetings from South Africa

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              #10
              Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

              Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

              Many thanks fer yer years of devotion, an dedication, from an ol, recoverin Air Det Seabee...

              My next older brother retired as an MSSC after some Glory Duty, includin two back to backs at Th White House, spannin Ron, an Bush, Sr.

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                Greeting and thank you. Your older brother retired at the same rank as I did. I started out a MS then they changed our rate to Culinary Specialist CS. I retired CSCS. Sounds like your brother had a hell of a career. And thank you for your service.

              #11
              Welcome from just up the road. You’ll love the Pit

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                Thank you!

              #12
              Anchors Aweigh! Welcome to the forum. Aim High!

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                #13
                Nice intro.... welcome to the Pit!

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                  Thank You!

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                Welcome aboard from Virginia Beach.
                Retired Navy myself and spent quite a few years in Japan myself. GO NAVY!!!

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                  Thanks and thank you for your service! GO NAVY!!

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                Welcome to the pit from Southern Illinois!

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