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I thought this might be something fun for us to do while we are here.. most of us come here to learn but it's also a nice place to just hang out with friends. 6 word stories are just that.. stories that are told by using only 6 words. Let's see how creative we can get and if you can add in a touch of humor or even make it smoking meat related if you like, go for it. Guidelines:keep them family friendly, kids aroundonly one per post is bestsix words, think hard, type away Here's a few that I came up with right out of the top of my head as examples.. see they can't be that hard Bird lands, cat pounces, feathers flyBoy sees girl, eyes meet, kissman kills deer, smells good... » read more
Over the years we have used numerous acronyms to make it easier to refer to common words and phrases but our new folks get real confused by it. For this reason, we have put together a list of these acronyms along with what they stand for.
If you know of others that need to be added to this list, please let me know and I will get them added.» read more
SmokingMeatForums.com has been helping folks learn how to smoke meat since 2004. With nearly a million posts and more than 50,000 members, we have become the premier source for all things related to smoking meat including other related topics such as sausage making, bacon making, smoker building, dutch oven cooking and even gardening. Join Today! Questions are Answered Fast! That's right! When you ask a question here at SMF, generally they are answered very quickly and sometimes this can mean the difference between doing the right thing and making a huge mistake that could ruin the meal. As a member, you will probably start out by asking lots of questions and as you learn you will find yourself answering the questions...» read more
Real barbecue taste comes from mastering the art of slow-cooking meat at a low temperature for a long time, using wood smoke to add flavor, and this is the book that shows you how! For the first time in print, Jeff Phillips is sharing the information he has compiled on his incredibly popular website, www.smoking-meat.com. With step-by-step instructions on how to choose, set up, and modify your own charcoal, gas, or electric smoker, Jeff guides you through your smoking session with the patience that is unique to an experienced pitmaster. Once you've chosen your smoker and got the knack of some basic techniques, Jeff encourages you to cut loose and experiment to develop your own smoky sensations. Best of all, you can use your basic...» read more