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post #1 of 24
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Hello, fellow smoker here from the great state of Ohio (GO BUCKS!!!). Been perfecting my briskets for around 4 years now , only smokin 'em for the last year. Got my Brinkman for birthday last year & so far have smoked turkey for t-day , a few sets of ribs , multiple briskets & one fatty last weekend for easter (which everyone loved btw).Been frequenting this site for a few years now & you guys all seem great. Great wealth of knowledge floating around here & people are'nt uppity about helping each other out. My next all night brisket i may q view.Well thanks for havin me .PDT_Armataz_01_36.gif

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post #2 of 24
Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you aboard and looking forward to your input here. :)
post #3 of 24
Welcome to SMF....glad ya joined us!!
post #4 of 24
Well welcome to SMF. It is always good to see another Buckeye here (there are a lot of us). Where are you located?

post #5 of 24
Welcome to SMF. Glad you decided to join us. icon_smile.gif Looking forward to seeing some qview from you.
post #6 of 24
Thread Starter 
Live in Kenton,OH .... really from Mount Victory though. We're approx. 40-50 minutes NW of C-Bus. Not too much i look forward to more than buckeyes football in the fall & smoking all year around.
post #7 of 24
Well that is great! I love to watch the Bucks and BBQ! I am going to miss the spring game this year. I will be working on the towable unit I am building.
post #8 of 24
Welcome aboard
post #9 of 24
Thanks for joining us at the SMF. Looks like you have a few smokes under your belt, it's all good my friend.
post #10 of 24
Welcome....good ta have ya here!
post #11 of 24
You don't hear this very often...

Welcome from a Hawkeye
post #12 of 24
OH MY, another Buc@%#@, I think you guys mite be taken over for us HAWKEYES, as we somewhat had what seemed like the most members.

post #13 of 24
Glad you are joining in... welcome and look forward to you posts and ideas.
post #14 of 24
Welcome to the SMF from Cleveland
post #15 of 24
Thread Starter 
w/ that opening line , thought for sure you were gonna say "welcome from a wolverine" PDT_Armataz_01_35.gif ,lol .
post #16 of 24
I did a fattie for easter, too! What a perfect celebration of new life...with a cholesterol bomb. ROFL. You're going to have to share the knowledge you have amassed on brisket. Looking forward to the posts!
post #17 of 24
HEY! ANOTHER BUCKEYE! I grew up in the norther part of Ohio, little town called Elmore about 20 min SE of Toledo, heard of it? Anyway, Welcome to the site, from a fellow person that understands the ONLY state that can be Round on BOTH sides and HI in the middle!
post #18 of 24
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lol, nice punchline ....have'nt heard of elmore,OH. But i've got some family up in Toledo.

The only thing i can honestly say that i learned on my own & not from here thus far is my rub & marinade for my briskets & i guess the low & slow approach.my first few years i cooked them in the oven b4 my smoker was here & i could'nt beleive how good they were , add the smoking into that equation & it was 10x better. I find myself acting like Jon Stewart in the movie Half Baked (sorry if knowones familiar w/ the movie, it's a stoner comedy ala cheech & chong).... talkin to everyone about anything & everything smoked & wondering aloud how it might be.
post #19 of 24
So what part of Ohio you located? My parents and I moved from Missouri to Ohio when I was young so we knew what BBQ was. To most Ohioans, BBQ was defined as cooking meat over coals. To us BBQ isn't a verb, it's a noun. My folks and I would go to the local "Chicken BBQ" (Chicken Grilling) and bring our own bottle of KC Masterpiece. Boy did we get some funny looks!

I have a buddy of mine, up there, that doesn't even know what a Brisket is! He also thinks BBQ is fried chicken tenders dipped in BBQ saucePDT_Armataz_01_08.gif ! It's so sad!
Anyway, I'm glad to see ya'll up there are spreading the knowledge of what REAL BBQ is.
post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 
We're about 40-50 minutes NW of Columbus in Kenton,OH . Close to Findlay ,Bellefontaine , Marion . Yeah brisket is'nt always easy to find around here. Krogers seemed to stock up around st. pattys day. Unfortunately until recently i always had to go to my local meat place & usually get a frozen one ( unless i got lucky) , because most people around here have no idea wth one is.btw having lived in OH for awhile have you ever heard of a lil rib joint called the new riegel cafe?? They are some of the best ribs you'll ever eat . not BBQ & they don't even use a BBQ sauce , but they are great.
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