Greetings for Jan 2017

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lonthefonz

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Jan 23, 2017
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Newark, Delaware
Hi folks; the name here is Lonnie and I live in Delaware

I've been cooing for over 25 years and just today found your site.  I cook for myself, my church and other churches, retreats and for my office a little, but I don't make a living by it.  It's a "for fun" gig and I can imagine would be too much like work if I did it any other way.  I learned to cook in my home state of Texas but alas, make my living now in Pennsylvania. Presently, I cook with a 500 gal propane tank with an open flame in the end - basically a stick-fired oven.  

I need another rig since I cannot cook different meats (varying temps) at the same time, and it seems that the typical fabricators want way too much money for a ready-made unit. So, I intend to build something, which will be my second home-built cooker. My tank has served me well, so I don't really want to heavily modify it. I think I'd like to build a gravity feeder and joined to ask a few questions.  

The guys in the office here want my present smoker when I get a new one. Ha! They're not getting it!  
 
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  Good morning and welcome to the forum from a pretty nice day here in East Texas, and the best site on the web. Lots of                        great people with tons of information on just about everything.

        Gary
 
  Hello Lonnie and welcome to SMF. Looks like you have a handle on things, Feel free to browse the forums and give us your input as well as questions, Looking forward to your input and pics.
 
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