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Smoking Newbie from Katy, Texas

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Hello all,

 

My name is Tony and I have recently purchased a Masterbuilt 30" smoker.  I've already cooked some ribs, pork and chicken on it and it came out okay.  I was doing in internet search for how to really use this think and the SMF site came up and I've been hooked since.

 

I'm most interested in learning how to best cook baby back ribs, brisket and pulled pork.

 

I look forward to getting to know the folks here, learning techniques for better food and contributing what I learn along the way.

 

Lumberjack98

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Good morning Tony! Welcome to SMF and the wonderful world of smoked food!

 

We're glad you found us in your search. You might be interested in Jeff's Free 5 day Smoking Basics e-course,

you can sign up for it here: http://www.smoking-meat.com/smoking-basics-ecourse.html

 

I own the MES 40 and the first thing I learned was the set temperature and the actual cabinet temperature are off. 

Get you a good thermometer to check the two temperatures against one another. There is an Electric Smoker sub forum here 

that you might find some helpful tip or you can use the search bar above.

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welcome1.gif to SMF Tony, from SE Louisiana .........

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Hello Tony and welcome1.gifto SMF - glad to have you here. Learn to use the search bar at the top and you will find lots if great info  

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Good morning Tony! Welcome to SMF and the wonderful world of smoked food!

We're glad you found us in your search. You might be interested in Jeff's Free 5 day Smoking Basics e-course,
you can sign up for it here: http://www.smoking-meat.com/smoking-basics-ecourse.html

I own the MES 40 and the first thing I learned was the set temperature and the actual cabinet temperature are off.
Get you a good thermometer to check the two temperatures against one another. There is an Electric Smoker sub forum here
that you might find some helpful tip or you can use the search bar above.

Thanks for the tip on the ecourse. I signed up for it today.

How would you recommend I check the temperature in the smoker?
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