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Smoking in the NYC Burbs

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Hi Guys,

I love smoked meat. My wife and I bought our first house in Rockville Centre, NY (30 minute train ride from Penn Station, 10 minutes to the Queens border) in Septeber 06. In the spring of 07 I bought my first smoker. I'm addicted. I've had great success with the "3-2-1" method of rib smoking (though the last 1 part is a "subjetive" time), just pulled off a 12# brisket last weekend, done pulled pork, turkeys, lobster, kielbasa(not so good), and hopefully next weekend will be trying a venison loin.

I really appreciate all of the advice I have gotten on this board, though I've only been reading it a couple of months. Thanks to all the wonderful people here I have made some modifications to my Brinkman Pitmaster Deluxe (will upload photos to appropriate forum) and the 3-2-1 method.

Thank you so much again for all the great suggestions and I will hopefully be adding to this board over time.

-Chris Manteria
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Thanks for the very nice note. Glad to have you and look forward to your posts. Also, as always, we love pictures.
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Chris, Glad to have you here at the SMF. As you said, this place has a ton of great info as well as great people ready to help.
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Chris - glad to have you on SMF! Always happy to see the enthusiasm behind the smokes that people have done since this is such an enjoyable hobby.

Look forward to reading your future posts, and q-vue!
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Welcome to the smf................This place is almost as addictive as smoking is........................
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Glad to have you onboard.
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welcome to smf, yup it gets to u, whats worse they dont haver a patch yet for this kinda smokin so ur stuck with it. lookin forward to u sharin ur smokes!!!! gd luck
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