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Hello From Pennsylvania

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I currently own a weber smokey mountain smoker(WSM) and a couple other grills. My story is pretty simple:I had some pulled pork from a local BBQ shack about a year ago and loved it so much I went out and bought my WSM the next day. Been cooking ribs, pulled pork, brisket, roasts, and just about everything I can smoke ever since. My achellies heal is my sauce, I can't make a good sauce to save my life, working on that one though. lol. Hopefully I can pick up some tips here. Thanks for having me.

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Get Jeffs recipe for sauce They say it is the best. Has a good rub also
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Hi Rich!

Welcome, try a fattie, you will be hooked!
And post Q-vue!! we love the q-vuebiggrin.gif
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welcome to smf, watch the posts, ck out threads and lotsa sauce recipies fly through here all the time. jeff has a great rub and sauce you can pick up same time you ck out the 5day ecourse.
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Welcome aboard, you came to the right place!
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Welcome, lots of good info here.
There is alot of sauce/rub sites on the net or check out the sauce/rub forum here (will pm you some when i get to my desk top)

I recenty got a WSM, havent used my Horizon much since
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Welcome Rich. You'll find an answer to anything you have here at smf.
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welcome aboard! you've joined the best smoking site available. where you from in PA? i'm originally from the williamsport area.
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Welcome Big Rich. That is why i buy my sauce. Less hassle always ggod sauce. I'm a bit lazy in the kitchen. Good luck.
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Welcome to SMF!

Take care, have fun, and do good!


post #11 of 11
Hey Rich,

Fairly new myself and I love this site. Just signed up for a Premier Membership. I agree, pulled pork got me addicted. I think that when you smoke/cook your meat right, the sauce just isnt as important anymore. I personally use Sweet Baby Ray's. I love the flavor and it seems to compliment every meat I have ever tried with it, and that is most of them. To me, making a suace really isnt important unless you are going to mop or baste with sauce. I have a great chicken basting sauce that I make, but take the easy way out when I am smoking pork or brisket.

Keep Smokin!
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