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Greetings from the Smokey Mountains

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I have been reading this forum for sometime now and have taken several tips to help make my cooking more consistent – thanks everyone for sharing. I am originally from North West Alabama, but currently reside in East Tennessee, about 15 minutes from the National Park. I am currently cooking on a Cimarron Deluxe, but have enough other cookers and grills to make the wife real mad every time we walk into a store, that the first place I go. I have been cooking BBQ for several years and we have entered 1 local competition. We would like to get a larger cooker and enter more, however no more than 4-5/year. I look forward to reading and contributing to the forums in the future, thanks again for the tips in the past.
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Welcome to SMF! Glad you found us!

Take care, have fun, and do good!


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Welcome to the forum....don't forget we like pic'scool.gif
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Welcome to the forum

Welcome to our little support group. My in laws are from Murphy, NC which I think is a few miles away from you. They are actually in that National park you speak of. Beautiful country!

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Welcome to the forum, glad to have ya here.
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Welcome to the SMF, SMS.
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Welcome, we love new folks here. Hell, I was new here a few months ago. Lots of good info here, just do a search for what your looking for, or just ask away!
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Welcome aboard the smf...........Great to have you here.......
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Hope to see your q-vue soon!
Happy smokes!!
post #10 of 16
Welcome to SMF. This is THE place to be.
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beautiful country up there. me and a few others came up there for our spring break a few years ago. glad to have ya.
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Welcome to SMF Smokey! You're going to like it here. I used to go camping in Townsend years ago, I think it was Treemont Camp Grounds, right out side the park entrance. Beautiful area!

If you're looking for a wood burner, I'd recommend a Lang. I just picked mine up July 4th weekend. I've got 4 pork butts resting right now. Even on my first smoke, it was easy to maintain temp. Several people around here have them, built like a tank.
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welcome aboard-glad to have you.
post #14 of 16
Welcome to the forum, always glad to have a new member to this great site!
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Welcome to the forum.
post #16 of 16
It's good to have you aboard. WELCOME
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