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Old 07-25-2021, 08:08 AM   #301
Cheef
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Join Date: 07-24-21
Location: Olathe, KS
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Hello Brethern.
I live just South of Kansas City. Been practicing my backyard game for over 40 years.
Currently using a CookShack PG500, a CookShack SMO66, 25 year old Big Green Egg, a 15 year old Original made in Kansas GoodOne, a 25 year old Oklahoma Joe ChuckWagon, a Charbroil Big Easy, a PK360, and a Blackstone Griddle that I truly love.
Looking forward to joining in and learning what I can from you all.
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Old 07-25-2021, 07:58 PM   #302
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Old 08-03-2021, 08:20 AM   #303
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Join Date: 08-01-21
Location: Sarasota
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I’m Nick from Sarasota, FL. I got into smoking with a propane Masterbuilt vertical and then got into the charcoal game with a Dyna-glo wide body vertical smoker. I recently sold that and upgraded to a Yoder Cheyenne which I am extremely excited to throw some meat on and get to smoking. I just seasoned it yesterday. I love the art of smoking and look forward to being a part of the brotherhood.

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Old 08-03-2021, 05:14 PM   #304
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Join Date: 07-02-21
Location: Phillipsburg NJ
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Greetings all. Eric here from Western NJ. I've been reading posts here for years so figured it was finally time to sign up, say hello, and hopefully give something back to to community. I've been a BBQ enthusiast for the last 15 years or so now. Like many, I started on an cheap Brinkmann bullet smoker, then moved to a WSM, Horizon, Yoder, Lang, etc., etc.. My current inventor includes 2 weber kettles, a Masterbuilt electric (used exclusively for sausage), a WSM, Humphrey's BattleBox, Rec Teq 700, OKJ Highland. Last year I made the mistake of selling that Lang and I bought the OKJ to scratch my stick burner itch while I await delivery of my Outlaw patio. Thanks all for the informative posts over the years. Talk to you all soon.
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