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Hello from Wyoming

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Just saying hi, have a MES, cooked some spare ribs last night for the first time using it. Way too smokey. It was like jerky, but tender. Im going to try to salvage them tonight with some bbq sauce. Used to use a Brinkman freebee charcoal, that thing was a joke, but this thing I think will do. Once I figure out how to control the smoke that is.
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Welcome aboard...you will enjoy your time here. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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Welcome to the forum. You have found the best smokin forum on the web.
Don't forget all your smokes should be thin blue smoke. Maybe you should look into taken Jeff's 5 day e coarse (its free). And don't forget to post qview pics. We like pics.
Take care, and nice to see ya in the forum.
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Welcome aboard, hope you have a good wind break up there PDT_Armataz_01_18.gif
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Glad you joined us and welcome to SMF from a fellow MES owner !!!
Keep your smoke light, so it is barely visible, and even if you can not see it but you can smell it, the food is still getting good smoke flavor. Also always keep the top damper wide open when smoking, otherwise with it closed or too much smoke from your chips the food will take on a bitter taste which is called creosote. Again, welcome to the best place on the internet to share and exchange smoking tips and recipes !!!
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Welcome to SMF! And I'll go toe to toe with ya on that "joke" Brinkmann and your current MES ;{)

Enjoy your time here!
post #7 of 8
Welcome aboard............You have a great smoker there..............
post #8 of 8
Welcome to the SMF family! Glad you've joined us and look forward to your future posts and q-vue!!
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