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stringcheese paul

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May 7, 2007
Hi my name is Paul. As you probably have gathered I am a fanatic of the jam band scene and particularly the band String Cheese Incident. I occasionally try my hand at bullriding. I smoke cigars quite frequently. My first meat smoking experience was around 3 years ago. I normally smoke ribs, sausage, and my favorite is bratwurst. Currently I am using a smoker I have made out of a stainless beer keg. I was hoping to BBQ this weekend but continuous rain kept me from doing that.
Meat smoking site on the 'net. You will find some expert advice in here. Glad ya found us .........
Welcome Paul! Good folks, good info here, share what you know.
Keep riding those bulls. You will have lotta time to smoke seegars and watch your smoker sometime in the future.

They are better smoked.
Welcome aboard, Paul!

Happy you found us.

Lot's of great info here and you'll find us to be the friendliest site on the 'net! So c'mon in, get comfy and enjoy the ride!

Thanks for the hearty welcome guys. It looks like my luck is turning around. The weather is going to clear up for next weekend for me to BBQ!
From one Paul to another ... welcome to SMF!

You have come to the right place .. answers galore here.
I'd love to see some pics of your beer keg smoker when you can
Welcome Paul. I am looking forward to you sharing your adventures. Please feel free also to ask questions and take any knowledge you desire from the friendly folks on the forum.
I will get pics for you sometime. It is basically an upside down beer keg with a stainless bowl on what was the top with a hole cut out to the size of the bowl to let the smoke through and what was the bottom cut off to place meat and the racks inside. But I plan on doing some work to it this summer, maybe adding an adjustable vent to it to control better and hopefully a more precise way of mounting the racks and measuring the temp.
Welcome String, hope you enjoy our collective experience with the fine art of Q. Where in Nebraska do you hail?

Welcome to SMF. Hope the weather changes for you. Unfortunatly for me, according to the weather guy here, when you get good weather this week, mine goes bad. Here's a trade for you, you get good weather, I get the beer keg cooker. Worth a shot.
Welcome Paul -

We have one requirement here. Next to your smoker you have to have a camera so you can take lots of pictures of your food we can drool over!

Before you eat ya gotta take pictures! Frineds and family get used to it after awhile
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