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Original poster
Jul 27, 2007
I have been grilling on a Weber kettle BBQ for a long time and I am interested in trying out smoking the meat. Tomorrow I am going to try my hand at a couple racks of ribs and see how it goes.
Rene, welcome on to the SMF, where everyone is happy to help out, knowing that they may need help also. Be sure and sign-up for Jeff'a 5 day e course, it'll get things a little more clear and in focus.
Welcome Rene -

If you need any help just let us know what typre of smoer you have and we'll be able to provide more information.
Welcome aboard. This place is an excellent choice to hone your smoking skills. Look forward to hearing about your smokes and seeing lots of Q-view.
Welcome welcome!

Yep, you found the gem of BBQ knoweldge on the whole internet!

Everyone here will help you out tremendously, so do be afraid to ask questions!

Looking forward to some pics of your tasty endeavours!
Welcome aboard Rene! You have come to the right place, don't be afraid to ask what you don't know and share what you do!
Rene, Welcome to SMF. If you don't yet have a smoker, fear not for you are not without an alternative. There is a way to smoke meat on a weber kettle, in fact, I've done some of my best smokes on a weber kettle. If you're interested, ask me how.
Thanks for the great welcome. My first smoke experience went quite well for the most part. I had some difficulty controlling the air intake so the ribs cooked a little hotter than they should have therefore cooked a little faster. Nevertheless they did come out tasting great and were tender. The whole family loved them. Now I am hooked and I am in the marker for a smoker.
Try a pulled pork. Great cut of meat to learn on. It is a bit more forgiving so that you can learn how your smoker works and learn temp control and yet produce a nice piece of meat is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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