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Jimmy Jam is in the House!

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Hello all. I'm James, originally from Raeford, North Carolina and currently residing in Southern California. I'm in the military and have been for my entire adult life, but I grew up, like every Carolina boy should, with a deep love and appreciation for good barbecue. I wouldn't call myself a PRO, but I make my own sauces, marinades, rubs, etc. I haven't entered any major competitions, but I have placed in or won every amateur cook-off or contest I have ever participated in. I have recently switched over to the dark side, and am using a 30" MES, which I have found to be very easy to use. I have traditionally used a horizontal drum style combination smoker/grill, but grew up using stacked block pits doing whole hogs. I just received my Amaze-n Pellet smoker in the mail yesterday, and plan on smoking the turkey that's brining in my cooler at home tonight. I look forward to exchanging tips, tricks, recipes etc. with whomever would like to share.
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Welcome to the SMF Family...First off, Thank You for your service...We like to see lots of pictures aka Qview and please share detailed procedure and recipes. We have a variety of Forums to participate in and you will find the friendliest Smoker's on the Web here...JJ

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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.   

 

Gary

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Howdy JimmyJam!

Being a native born Tar Heel, I know about Raeford and I know about good Q.

welcome1.gif to SMF!


BTW: Is Raeford still the home of most of the turkeys raised in NC? I seem to remember that was the case but it must have been 50 or more years ago.
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Howdy JimmyJam!

Being a native born Tar Heel, I know about Raeford and I know about good Q.

welcome1.gif to SMF!


BTW: Is Raeford still the home of most of the turkeys raised in NC? I seem to remember that was the case but it must have been 50 or more years ago.

Still the turkey Capitol, home of the annual Turkey Festival!
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MERRY CHRISTMAS from GARY in EAST TEXAS

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