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Thread: A Little Knowledge can be a Dangerous Thing

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    A Little Knowledge can be a Dangerous Thing

    Using information from this site I smoked a brisket flat and two racks of baby backs simultaneously in the 18.5 WSM this weekend.

    They didn't suck. There's hope yet.

    Thanks !
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    lol. That is good news, and this site is a true gem.

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    I see you're using the Joe Maddon approach... Try not to suck! Congrats on the brisket and baby backs.

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    South Central Alaska. That sounds like the Fairbanks area?
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    "They didn't suck." The first step to being a true pitmaster!
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    Fairbanks would be the "Interior"

    I'm down in the "banana belt" in Anchorage
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeS in Alaska View Post
    Fairbanks would be the "Interior"

    I'm down in the "banana belt" in Anchorage
    I figured I was wrong after I posted, but I least I know where all of our fruits & vegetables come from!

    Welcome to the forum by the way.
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    I had a very well heeled customer back in my jewelry selling days who’s “buying statement” was...
    “Well. That doesn’t suck, does it?
    Then she’d hand her card over and I’d ring up four or five grand! I miss her, she was really fun to work with!
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