thanks everyone

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Meat Mopper
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Jun 28, 2007
I would like to say thanks to everyone on the SMF. You have made it a great joy to learn the fine art of smoking. Since I was able to get soooo much great info on here and hit a home run with the first few smokes it kept me going. Just a word of thanks

gypsyseagod you hit the nail on the head the next one can always be better.

And deejaydebi your home page is pretty cool. I have been wanting to get into home brewing also. I will be getting jeff's rub and sauce soon i think.
Weeeeeellll, Catfish,

I would first have to think that the camel's hump would come into play. that is a huge fatty reservoir of water for the beast. If well supplied you may have to render it first, heating it at about 170F, no more, for about two hours. then the meat can be seared or smoked after the fatty liquid is removed.

Now, seriously, our best wishes and prayers go with you on your deployment, or is a re-deployment?


Upon review I just answered my own question. We will all be with you!
God Bless!
Catfish, I see Ft Hood as you're location. I was stationed there at Gray Army
Airfield in 1967 forming up a new Assault Helicopter unit to go to Nam. It was across the road from main post, I doubt it's still there. We will want pics of the Camel smoke
You know what this means.....???

You're gonna have to start answering posts like you know what you're talking about....

Pass on the "Q" knowledge brother.....
Watery Eyes-I wil do my best

everyone- thanks for the well wishes.

blackhawk19- The airfield you speak of was it on the east or west side of post? there is a helocopter field on the east. There is also a airfield on the west. It is the killeen/FT hood airfield jets. Robert Gray Army Airfield.
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