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Joined Dec 24, 2005
My name is DJ.
Even out here in California we have some folks that like to smoke, I do, no matter the weather or time of year, some of my best suppers have been at nine at night.

I currently have a Charbroil gas grill, (under a cover) reserved for a quick backup or unexpected massess. (didn't see daylight last 6 months)

A Weber performer which I love for grilling, mostly indirect.

Last summer I bought a Charbroil offset smoker which I love, except it is way too small, and I finally got into real smoking.

Cook outdoors at least once a week, rain or shine, and am happy to be here.



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DJ, Welcome to Smoking Meat Fourms, glad that you found your way to the Best Smoking Forum on the net.
Going with a smoker and then finding out that it is too small is one of the facts of life for those that practice the Art of the Thin Blue Smoke. I would be safe to say that a lot of us had wished our first smoker was larger than what it is/was.

There is lot to see and a lot to learn from reading these forums, I know that you will learn a lot, especially if you sign up for the eCourse that TulsaJeff has put together.


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Hiya, DJ! Welcome to the friendliest and most informative smoking forum on the net! I am sure you will gather a great deal of information here and contribute from your experience as well! Looking forward to your posts!

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