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four20

Smoking Fanatic
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Joined Jan 21, 2016
Mark From Aiken Interested in finding a source for smoking wood
Mark the church near me had a large pecan fall back in january. The trunk of the tree is around 18" diameter. prolly 25 ft long. They just pushed it to the wood line after limbing it. Its in laurens. Pm me if you are interested.
 

vinworx

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Joined May 21, 2016
Hey thanks for the info. I am a bit to lazy and way to busy to haul and maul my own wood. I think i found a place near watkinsville ga that has a large selection of different types of wood split and seasoned. Its a bit of a drive but 90 bucks for a truck bed full is a good deal. Thanks again
 

naka

Newbie
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Joined May 22, 2015
Name's Eric, New to smoking, retarded Sailor living in Beaufort. Originally from Hawaii
 

joe black

Master of the Pit
OTBS Member
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Joined Jan 25, 2015
Welcome to SC, Eric. It's good to have you here and on this great site. Jump in and ask anything you like. There are lots of really good folks here who are always ready to share their ideas, recipes and tips.

Good luck and good smokin', Joe
 
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Joined Oct 21, 2017
Hi from Spartanburg (dirty Yankee transplant moved down 4 years ago.)

I have a lot of reading to do here, I'm sort of playing with the idea of a brick smoker, one that could fit perhaps half a hog without the head at the new house for the wife and I, although a superpro with a baffle would suffice. ;)
 

theelballew

Smoke Blower
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Joined May 27, 2014
Hi from Spartanburg (dirty Yankee transplant moved down 4 years ago.)

I have a lot of reading to do here, I'm sort of playing with the idea of a brick smoker, one that could fit perhaps half a hog without the head at the new house for the wife and I, although a superpro with a baffle would suffice. ;)

Where at in Spartanburg? I'm originally from Landrum. My parents still live there.
 
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Where at in Spartanburg? I'm originally from Landrum. My parents still live there.
We're just outside city limits off Southport Road.
Love Landrum, my PCP is there, plus the Amish store (cheapest semolina flour I can find) along with the Hare and the Hound, Landrum is always a pleasant place to be. spartanburg's...... Well its got its charm. ;)


If you haven't been to Greenville or Spartanburg in the last 5 or 7 years its incredible what its become and keeps getting better.
Oh and there's an actual food scene now.
 

theelballew

Smoke Blower
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Joined May 27, 2014
We're just outside city limits off Southport Road.
Love Landrum, my PCP is there, plus the Amish store (cheapest semolina flour I can find) along with the Hare and the Hound, Landrum is always a pleasant place to be. spartanburg's...... Well its got its charm. ;)


If you haven't been to Greenville or Spartanburg in the last 5 or 7 years its incredible what its become and keeps getting better.
Oh and there's an actual food scene now.
I lived in Greer from about 2009-2013, but then had to move back down to Lexington for work. I love what they have done in downtown Greenville.

There is a really good BBQ joint in Columbus, NC right off of the interstate. It's called Mountain View BBQ. A friend of mine from high school owns it and he's been on the BBQ pitmasters show. Good food.

Also, if you like pizza/subs/pasta, then you have to go to Tryon, NC and hit Sidestreet Pizza. It's been one of the best restaurants in the area longer than I've been alive.
 

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