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    I'm SmokyPopPop, hands-down the best griller and smoker of my entire household (and my wife agrees)!

    I've always loved grilling and smoking; been fairly serious about smoking for about 5 years now. Had a charcoal box-type smoker; rusted through and got me an electrical (sorry, Meathead, I know, I know). I just finished reading his new book, and gotta say I learned TONS and am reading it through a 2nd time and still learning more. I also bought the book for one of my friends for Christmas.

    So, hello to all, and Happy [smoky] Holidays to all!

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    Welcome to The Pit.

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      Welcome from the California Delta.

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        Welcome from Virginia!

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          Welcome to the Pit from Dallas!

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            Welcome from Minnesota. Enjoy The Pit.

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              Welcome from Maryland

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                Welcome to the Pit from Baltimore MD! Glad you joined us.

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                  Welcome from South Carolina!

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                    Welcome from the NW burbs of Chicago. I just “graduated” from 5 yearsish using an electric smoker. Absolutely enjoyed the food that came off of it and the ease of use.

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                      Hi there rmeugene,
                      So what did you graduate to?

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                    Welcome from Northwest Montana.

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                      Welcome aboard from Virginia Beach.

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                        Welcome to the pit from Southern Illinois!

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                          Hi from NW Oregon, USA.
                          Which book are you talking about?


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                            The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling.

                            Saved my a$$ on Thanksgiving: 1) didn't trust the pop-up, but used my instant-read thermo, 2) when the breasts were done, I removed the leg/thigh combos and baked them till done.

                            Best damn turkey EVER! Thanks, Meathead!

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                          Welcome from St. Cloud, FL.

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