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MJB05615

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Very nice setup. I'll get some pics of mine when the weather is a little nicer. Mine's a little sloppy from the Winter laziness, lol.
 

Colin1230

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Very nice setup. I'll get some pics of mine when the weather is a little nicer. Mine's a little sloppy from the Winter laziness, lol.
Thank Mike, spring is comin'.

Love the title!
Mine is still "winterized", but here's a shot from a couple of years ago. My patio isn't completely covered so I improvised..... View attachment 487547
Nice place Smokey. We had a cover on the deck above until the wife got her new sunroom last summer. The yard is a mess after the construction. I'll be spending the summer growing grass.......and cooking.
 

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Many years ago I had a designated TV and movie room. On the door was a sign that said exactly what the title of your thread is...and I still love the statement. Back then is was smoking something other than a slab of meat :emoji_laughing:

My little slice of paradise
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22" Blackstone griddle and the 42" Lynx Professional equipped with the high intensity sear burner
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Custom built 54" T-Pit. Time for a little paint touch-up
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Weber Performer Deluxe
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36" Santa Maria grill from Sunterra Outdoor Products
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Last but certainly not least, the Rec Tec RT-700 Bull
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Cool thread. It's always fun to put cookers with the people you've come to know in the forum. Would love to see a bunch of folks chime in on this one.

Robert
 

Colin1230

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Many years ago I had a designated TV and movie room. On the door was a sign that said exactly what the title of your thread is...and I still love the statement. Back then is was smoking something other than a slab of meat :emoji_laughing:

My little slice of paradise
View attachment 487561

22" Blackstone griddle and the 42" Lynx Professional equipped with the high intensity sear burner
View attachment 487562

Custom built 54" T-Pit. Time for a little paint touch-up
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Weber Performer Deluxe
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36" Santa Maria grill from Sunterra Outdoor Products
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Last but certainly not least, the Rec Tec RT-700 Bull
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Cool thread. It's always fun to put cookers with the people you've come to know in the forum. Would love to see a bunch of folks chime in on this one.

Robert
Thanks for sharing your space Robert, wonderful view.
 

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Thanks for sharing your space Robert, wonderful view.
Thanks for starting the thread :emoji_wink: Hard to beat the Texas Hill Country for some nice views, that's for sure.

Robert
 

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I keep the pellet smoker and blackstone on our covered front porch. It's my favorite place in the summer. Looking down the hill at the lake
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We painted the outside of house and the concrete porch last spring so ignore the stains they are gone now
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Stickburner stays under one of the carports and I roll it out to cook
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I'm jealous of all the woodland views!!

Custom built 54" T-Pit. Time for a little paint touch-up
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Hey Robert, please explain your T-Cooker. I've seen several similar but is your's a reverse flow? The connection between the upright and the horizontal pipe is a common welder qualification test which takes some skill to layout so it's symmetrical.
 

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Many years ago I had a designated TV and movie room. On the door was a sign that said exactly what the title of your thread is...and I still love the statement. Back then is was smoking something other than a slab of meat :emoji_laughing:

My little slice of paradise
View attachment 487561

22" Blackstone griddle and the 42" Lynx Professional equipped with the high intensity sear burner
View attachment 487562

Custom built 54" T-Pit. Time for a little paint touch-up
View attachment 487563

Weber Performer Deluxe
View attachment 487564

36" Santa Maria grill from Sunterra Outdoor Products
View attachment 487565

Last but certainly not least, the Rec Tec RT-700 Bull
View attachment 487566

Cool thread. It's always fun to put cookers with the people you've come to know in the forum. Would love to see a bunch of folks chime in on this one.

Robert

Great backyard cooking setup. Which one do you use the most?
 

Inscrutable

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I sort of have the natural set-up.... but for 25 years I've been thinking of some improvements because I go from bad to worse pretty quick.
Would hate to be in the middle of tending to a long cook when that progression sets in :emoji_disappointed:
That's crazy. I have a similar setup sans the snow. I've really been wanting to build something to cook under, but the price of lumber has gone through the roof. At least tripled in price.
Yeah, it’s nuts everywhere ... wanting to extend a utility room to house the golf cart, but cost/SF coulda built a house for what a lousy shed will cost now.
Many years ago I had a designated TV and movie room. On the door was a sign that said exactly what the title of your thread is...and I still love the statement. Back then is was smoking something other than a slab of meat :emoji_laughing:

Cool thread. It's always fun to put cookers with the people you've come to know in the forum. Would love to see a bunch of folks chime in on this one.

Robert
Agree on both points :emoji_wink:
And I do miss my dedicated theater and music rooms :emoji_disappointed:
I'm jealous of all the woodland views!!
Yup ... can feel the stress relief just looking at the pics
 

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Still a work in progress here. Now that weather nicer will have the Blackstone on one of the tables. Have to build a lower platform for the Smokin-It. Have a large umbrella to set up ... can’t build a structure since the patio is outside the setback limited build area. Don’t use the BGE very much anymore so selling to a friend, and will be looking at a new addition.
Will get some better pics when the sun returns and clean up a bit next day or two.
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Some nice looking set ups, Robert I think I see just enough room for that wood fired pizza oven under there :emoji_laughing:
My stuff is set up in multiple places right now and I'm going to be adding some more space before to long even with the high lumber prices.
 

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It would be nice if members would put their location in their profile it would looking at the pics make more sense.
I think I can figure out where Jake is but being I'm in FL I think Thirdeye is on a white sand beach somewhere and the wind is blowing the sand onto his smokers
 

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It would be nice if members would put their location in their profile it would looking at the pics make more sense.
I think I can figure out where Jake is but being I'm in FL I think Thirdeye is on a white sand beach somewhere and the wind is blowing the sand onto his smokers
Done.
 

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