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Master of the Pit
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OTBS Member
Feb 7, 2007
Brighton, MI
Just joined the forum here. Been looking for something like this for along time. Currently live just northwest of "Detroit City", but born and raised in Ft Worth, Tx. Been smoking off and on for around 12 yrs now. Got started when I was in the Air Force at Tinker AFB, OKC, OK. But I've never had a very good smoker. Now I'm using a Weber Kettle. Does a pretty good job on some things, notably chicken, turkey, and salmon. Still have'nt mastered a good rack of ribs, being them baby back or spare. That is one of my goals here in the forum, get tips on smoking a good rack of ribs, along with some other cuts of meat. Looking forward to hearing from all.

Welcome crewdawg52. Glad you are here. Ask lost of questions. The friendly folks here will make answer. As far a ribs go, do a search or look through the pork forum for post on the 3-2-1 method of smoking ribs.

Take care, have fun, and do good!


Welcome to the SMF crewdawg52, glad you found us. Everything you need to know about smoking and more you'll find here, Welcome aboard!!!
crewdawg52, Glad that you found us!! As was mentioned, check out the Pork Section and read up on all the rib threads (there will be a test afterwards!! ) There is a lot of fine folks here that will help you attain the perfect ribs-baby back of course ;) Keep us posted on your progress.
Welcome crewdawg52. Glad to have you here. You're in for a treat when you get around to those ribs. Ask all the questions you want - we like those almost as much as pics of your smokes.

Read up and Smoke On brother

Keep Smokin
Welcome aboard, glad to see an other person from Michigan. I believe we are up to around 5-6 people. Michigan is not normally noted for its BBQ but hopefully we will convert one person at a time. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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