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Old 06-07-2018, 10:51 AM   #1
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Just wanted to say Hi to all the BBQ Lovers out there and I am happy to be in this group! Just a little about myself, I love to cook but BBQ is my passion. I have a ProQ 2 level Bullet smoker that has seen better days and a Weber 26" kettle grill/smoker that is about 3 years old. I have collected just about everything I will need to attempt my first 300 gallon propane tank cooker as soon as I am more mobile. I was a mechanic for 30 years and it wiped out my back. After more failed back injections than I can remember, a spinal fusion and soon a spinal stimulator I hope to get back to the project! My favorite woods to smoke with is Cherry, Pecan and Oak wine barrel chunks! I typically use Kingsford traditional briquettes fired in a chimney. I personally despise the Match Light charcoal since it has to add something to the taste of the meat that can't be good! I have cooked hundreds of racks of ribs, a bunch of Butts and Shoulders, brisket at least 5 times, pork tenderloins and loins. I have done a few beef roasts and a whole flock of turkeys and chickens. My goal is for a pig roast when I get my big cooker built! I have concocted my own rubs and sauces over the years but to my dismay I never measure or write down any of it! LOL The cooker I am building will be on a trailer, a reverse flow with a stationary lower deflector and a Rib/warming box with at least 5 levels. I have a 2 propane burner set up for pots etc, a grill for burgers etc. and storage for wood and supplies so that I can go places and cook. I will also have a fresh water sink for clean up in case I ever decide to do any sanctioned competitions. If I get to the point of being able to work again I hope to start a BBQ Catering business of some sort. I watch a lot of BBQ Competitions on TV and my favorite BBQ guy is STUMP! Myron Mixon is a little tor full of himself for me but I did read his book! I do have a question for the group, how to you clean your big cookers? I am thinking after it's seasoned good and you cook you can just get the temp up over 300 and use a pressure washer to clean the grates etc.? That question has been burning in my brain for a long time. Thanks for allowing me to be a part of the group and sorry for droning on so long!
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Old 06-07-2018, 10:59 AM   #2
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Old 06-08-2018, 07:44 AM   #5
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Welcome aboard, glad to have you as a fellow Brethren here.

I hope to see you in the Q-Talk forum soon. You'll find help on almost every topic from cooking your first Pork Butt to curing and smoking your own ham and bacon.

If you can't find the topic you need help with, or have questions about, just start a new thread in "Q-Talk". There are many people with years of experience that are willing to answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.
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Old 06-09-2018, 04:09 PM   #8
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Thanks everyone! I am still getting used to the site and how to navigate. I will check out as much as I can find!
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