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Hello from the Fox Cities

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Just wanted to get on here and introduce ourselves.  My wife and I got into smoking over the 4th of July this year with our Brinkmann Dual Function with SFB up at the cabin.  Have done a pork should and ribs on it so far.  Pulled pork was great! Ribs need some improvement. Liked smoking so much that we got a Char-Griller (KingGriller) Dual Play with SFB.  Did some briskets on that one. Need to do a bunch of changes on that unit.  Did the heat diverters, and extended the chimney inward per advice from this forum. It leaks a lot, so fire rope is needed in a lot of places. Finally got a good thermometer too based on advice from here.  So we are learning as we go, thanks to this great forum.  We aren't shy, so we dive into the difficult a little quickly sometimes. 


We also brew our own beer too. So if there are any fellow homebrewers here, how have you incorporated homebrewing and smoking??? 


Andy & Sandy from Eldorado, WI.

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Welcome Andy and Sandy


Would you enlighten me as to "the Fox cities"?   Does that refer to your general opinion of the female population in your neighborhood or something else? 


Welcome to SMF

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The "Fox Cities" is any city between Appleton,WI to Fond du Lac, WI.  Cities that border or are near to the Fox River in Wisconsin.


Sorry for the confusion. icon_biggrin.gif

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Great piece of trivia!  I will use that some day

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Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you here. Lots of good folks, great recipes and knowledge. Looking forward to your first qview. icon14.gif

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Welcome aboard!


Good luck and good smoking.

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welcome1.gif   Glad to have you with us!

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