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smokin idiot

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Jan 8, 2017
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Pgh,pa
Hi from freezing cold pgh,pa...figured I'd give smoking a try....got a masterbuilt20070210 to play around with...seasoned it yesterday and ready to give it a shot..found some awesome dry rub recipes which Ive made,and tried..debating what to smoke to ' break my cherry', lol....ribs or brisket....any tips on either????
 
Welcome to SMF!

I always tell folks for a first smoke to try chicken.

It's cheap & easy to smoke.

Leg quarters are just about as easy as it gets.

Also I would suggest you get yourself a good thermometer.

A dual probe such as a Maverick would be a good choice.

Then you can monitor the meat temp & pit temp from in the house.

Al
 
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  Good afternoon and welcome to the forum from a cloudy and windy 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
 
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