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Hello from the Eastern Shore of MD

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Hi folks,


David, live in Salisbury, Maryland, which is on the Eastern Shore (the bit of land between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic). I grew up eating pulled pork every summer in Benton, KY, from Hutchins or the Four Little Pigs. I finally got into smoking my own about 5 years ago. My profile pic is from a particularly good shoulder I did late this past summer. I travel a fair amount for work and like to hit local BBQ joints whenever I can.


I'm currently using a Char-griller Outlaw with the side car smoker. I got into a wood fire kick for a while and burned the hell out of it, so I'll need to figure out my next outfit soon before it falls apart. I'm considering building a brick smoker/grill combo unless I come to my senses. :) I found this forum while researching options. Wow, what a lot of great information and help! 


Smoked our turkey this year again for Thanksgiving, brined with Old Bay. Came out great. I used lump charcoal and pecan chunks and some cherry. 





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Glad you joined us David, great looking turkey and welcome1.gif from North Dakota!
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Welcome from Frederick co Md. The bird looks great. I really like OldBay on poultry, that must have been incredible.
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David, glad you found & joined the group.  I am a Newbie as well & I'm in Westminster, MD. Good looking turkey! I'm going to pick up a turkey today.



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texas.gifHello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything  ........  Turkey looks awesome !!!



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Thanks all! Old Bay makes a great rub on pork too. 

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