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    Hello from Colorado

    I have been a long, long time lurker of the site. Using the recipes, adjusting them, and enjoying them for years. Also used the sites reviews of equipment to guide my purchases. I refer anybody I know that has any interest in smoking/ grilling directly to this site. I currently have a REC TEC pellet smoker and couldn't be happier. Purchased it based on the reviews here. Before this I was smoking on a Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5". Live in Colorado Springs, and am very passionate about smoking foods, from meat to macaroni and cheese. I hope to learn and share with everyone!

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          ​Welcome to The Pit Fbowker! Great to hear how happy you are with the recipes and reviews here, and thanks for your support. Have you ever baked/smoked a lasagna on you RecTec?

          Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos.

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          Hope to hear & see more from you!


            Welcome to the Pit. We are glad that you are here.


              I have not tried lasagna in the RecTec....yet! I am looking to try many different things in the RecTec this year, and lasagna sounds like a great place to start.


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                Oh man it's good. The key? An absurd amount of cheese, and lots of good sauce. If you don't skimp on either you will be happy.


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