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Hello From Washington, State that is

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Been reading through, and I have to say how impressed I am with the knowledge and courtesy on this forum. Thanks in advance for all you folks will teach me!

I've dabbled with smoking a few standing ribs, a couple turkeys and of course pork ribs and butts. All store bought rubs and sauces. Never really cared about the what for of the whole affair till now. Pretty inconsistent results too.

Really looking forward to trying my hand at sausage making and curing and smoking my own meats.

Thanks again,

Phil from Federal Way
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Hi Phil, welcome to SMF. Glad you joined us.
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Welcome to the forum. You've come to the right place for all your smoking information.
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Welcome to smf, glad to have you here.
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Welcome aboard Phil!
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Welcome to SMF Phil
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Welcome Phil.
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Welcome to SMF Phil! Lots of good info on here!
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Greetings and Welcome to the board.

Enjoy your stay at
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Welcome aboard Phil....glad ta have ya here!
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Welcome from Washington State!

Derek - from across the sound.
post #12 of 17
Welcome to the SMF from your neighbour to the north in BC.

You have hit the nail on the head. Consistency is what smoking is all about. Once you have mastered consistency you enter the realm of the thin blue smoke guru. Friends and Relatives will bow in your presence. Little children will hold you in awe and most importantly you will be eating some mighty fine Q.

PS, Store bought rubs are ok, there are some good ones out there. But you are paying too much for them. It is mondo easy to make your own, there are plenty of good rub recipes on site. Plus you cannot go wrong with Jeff's Rub one of my favorites.
All you do is mix dry ingredients, easy as pie..... heck its way easier than pie.

Remember we love qview. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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Howdy Phil! Welcome to SMF. I've only been a member for a few weeks, though I spent my fair share of time lurking in the shadows too!

Try checking out some rub recipies. You'll save a fortune in the long run, and to me, that's half the fun. Tweaking with a pinch of this, a dash of that.... You'll get a real sense of accomplishment when family begs you for a rub recipe that you've tweaked...
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Welcome to the SMF. Glad you joined us.
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Welcome Brother Washingtonian! Love the Avatar also, Huge fan!
Lot's of great people & knowledge here.
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Glad to have you join us.
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Fish Master / Meat Novice

Hey Phil.... Sill waiting for my initial post to be posted by the admin but thought I would offer a welcome from one newbie on the site to another!
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