Hi everyone!

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by adambomb, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. I found this hidden gem (forum) while I was attempting my first spare rib smoke! I'm newer to smoking, so I can't wait to learn everything you're willing to teach! I'm a barbecue enthusiastic and prefer kitchen gadgets to any gift. I live in Harrison Township (Michigan), and still own a home in Algonac. I'm working with a Brinkmann electric smoker, mainly because I can't afford a crazy rig, and don't have the mechanical inclination to build the offset smoker I imagine in my head. I'm drooling already just reading some of these posts!
  2. go to smoking-meat.com and use Jeffs recipe for 3-2-1 ribs you wont be disapointed.. click pork !
  3. Welcome to the group the 3-2-1 method does work very well. I used it just this week in my new smoker. Good luck and keep smoking.
  4. Thanks for the tip! Ironically, I love juicy, tender barbecue/smoked meat and my wife doesn't think anything is "done" until every but of juice is drained from it (I.e. dry and well-done). I'll have to try that method, and I'll just make sure to leave her portion on for a few more hours while I'm enjoying mine!
  5. Hello and welcome from East Texas. Be sure and let us know how those ribs turn out.

    Gary S
  6. waterinholebrew

    waterinholebrew Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Welcome, glad ya joined us !
  7. handymanstan

    handymanstan Smoking Fanatic Group Lead

    Welcome to the forum from Lansing Adam.  And what a great forum it is to learn the art of smoking everything.

    We have a Michigan group here.  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/groups/show/27/michigan-members-group          

    If you get a chance check it out and please join if you have not done so yet.

    We are going to have a Michigan get together this year and I hope you can make it.   There’s still time to get in the fatty throw down. 


    It’s always nice to see another Michigander here..

  8. chefbowpro

    chefbowpro Newbie

    Welcome from another newby!

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