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Hello pitmasters,
My name is Brandon and I'm new to the hobby of smoking and have been grilling since I was a kid, everthing Ive learned is from family members who were all self taught.I currently reside near Seattle,WA. My pit is a cheap rig a rivergrille 37in offset smoker,as of now I've only smoked some spare ribs,wings,drumsticks and grilled a few steaks. I'm here to learn and get more efficient and become consistent in the art of smoking,bbq,and grilling foods. Thanks for listening and I'm looking fwd to learning from you ladies and gentlemen!!!😀😀😀😀
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You have come to the right place.  I am sure you will find many familiar and new things to try.  There is a wealth of experience here!


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Welcome from SC, Branon. It's good to have you here on this great site. There are a lot of really good folks here who are always ready to share their ideas, recipes and tips. All you have to do is ask and keep reading.

Good luck and good smoking. Joe
post #4 of 7

Hi Brandon!


:welcome1:  to SMF!


Glad to have you aboard!



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Thanks guys for the warm welcome
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texas.gif  Good morning and welcome to the forum, from another sunny and hot day here in East Texas, and the best site on the web. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.





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hey gamedog -


my first advice it to keep a journal. I'm new to smoking and love experimenting.


It is so easy to think that you will remember the spices and the smoke time and the wood used for the best ribs you've ever had... but how quickly the mind can forget!


Start by tracking the basics so as to not make it a chore - date, time, meat, temperature, preparation technique, and importantly - final results!!! etc


oh - and pictures to share with all of us here!!!

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