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Pig pit- not a smoker

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My old house was felled by a large oak during a storm. We did a tear down, built new, but I wanted to honor the old home somehow. Decided to build a pig pit from the salvaged brick.

In researching, I could only find the cinder block temporary pits, so here's my contribution.
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Rack and top to be fabbed next week.
post #3 of 7
Looks nice! Wish my house could get smashed it would be easier to move then!biggrin.gif
post #4 of 7

real nice a lot enjoyment coming. whens the pig pick give time to get there

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Originally Posted by HalfSmoked View Post

real nice a lot enjoyment coming. whens the pig pick give time to get there

You host the crab feast, I'll do the pig pickin! I used to enjoy quite a few crab feasts back home in MD many years ago, back when MD had large jimmies. Mmm. Miss those days.
post #6 of 7

First off welcome to SMF PortRaleigh and were glad to have you aboard... Glad to see another Raleigh resident here at SMF.  Can you swing over to roll call and introduce yourself so we can give you a proper welcome.

 

Nice looking pit. Will be watching to see when its done and producing some nice Q

 

 

Thanks and happy smoking

 

Joe 

 

(Boykjo)  

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Don't know how long ago you were living in MD but the big jimmies you remember are gone. 2014 was a real bad season and 2015 was not all that great until late August. Still no real big jimmies. Crabs 4th July in Balt. City was $300.00 bushel. Due to health reasons never had my boat off the trailer this year sure missed that.

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