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Hello from Mizzou country

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I am a newby ready to learn from the pro's. Using a Masterbuilt Electric 30" smoker. Anyone out there use the same? Was this a good purchase for beginner smoking? Thanks!icon_smile.gif
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Welcom to SMF. I don't have the MES so can't help you. There are several folks here that do have them. They'll be along shortly with advice.
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Thanks Bassman...I will look forward to their comments!

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Welcome JT.
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Welcome JT. Yes there are alot of folks here that use them and seem to really like them
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PDT_Armataz_01_36.gif Welcome and Happy Smoke Rings from Sedalia, Mo; home of many Happy Smokers. Smoke low and slow and get-er-Done. Make sure you read the threads on remote thermometers and think carefully. I started out with fatties and then briskets. Somewhere I read about the plateau that briskets get to and linger. Well I had a rain storm come in and I had to double foil the brisket after 7 or 8 hours and finish in the oven. I say if it ain't broke don't fix it. I now try to smoke the day or even two before and finish them in the oven. Then simply re-heat as needed. I stock up on brisket when they are on sale and freeze them. Reccommend stocking up on Aluminum foil (heavy duty), ziplock bags of several sizes, paper towels, and getting some good heavy oven mittens like WalMart has in the BBQ section. I bought 4 just in case. I also bought some drumstick racks and lengthened the legs to hang leg quarters from them also and save room on the smoker. Keep reading the threads and you'll learn a lot. Dutch's Wicked Baked beans are reccommended highly. Smoked Biscuits help keep the troops happy until the fatties are ready. Semper Fi and Whisper Smoke.
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Welcome to the family. glad you joined us. Folks will be along shortly that have the same equipment as you and they will chuck full of advice.
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Welcome to smf glad to have ya.
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Howdy JayT and welcome!
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Hello, and welcome to the SMF. Plenty of MES owners here, so feel free to ask any questions that may come up.
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Welcome JT...you'll enjoy it around here..
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Welcome JayT, glad to have you here. :)
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go sooners.....

oops wrong forum.....ok right forum ...welcome jt to smf....great site lots of friendly folks here.....nice to have another big 12 buddy here...biggrin.gif
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howdy Jt and welcome another Missouri brother PDT_Armataz_01_29.gif
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Greetings JT,
Plenty of friendly peeps here who love q-vue!!! Can't wait to see yours!
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