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I am really green when it comes to pure smoking. I have been doing it for about 3 years, I'm just now able to produce a few things consistently well. Rub, ribs, and whole chicken as well as parts. I can do anything in my kitchen, but wood, fire, and smoke... How long should I be doing this before I even think of trying to enter an amateur event?
post #2 of 5
Only way to find out is to do it. Worst that can happen is a last place finish, and as you do a few more I'm sure that'll improve.
Edited by Mdboatbum - 4/2/15 at 10:52am
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Thread Starter 
Makes sense.
post #4 of 5

I'm right there with ya.  I'd like to get into some am comp action but my skills will be seriously trumped at an event like that for sure.  I suppose the only way is up after getting drummed by the pit masters that claim to be amateurs haha  

post #5 of 5
Hey lumpy, last place is better than never entered. Do you know what they call the guy who finishes last in medical school? Doctor.
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