Noobie here from Noo Yawk

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Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby david brace » Wed May 09, 2018 11:37 am

Hello all...

I used to post on another forum for years, but decided to try over here. Been smoking since the '70's, but more seriously from the early 90's. I have had a few offsets in the past, one cheapo and another rather well crafted homemade rig (by someone else). But now I have 3 smaller different ones: 1 offset that I hardly use, and 1 barrel that I use occasionally. I primarily use the 3rd one, my bullet smoker.

Up here in NY (pronounced by the city-people it's Noo Yawk), I have lots of apple and cherry and mulberry wood that I use for smoking. I use charcoal for the fuel.

Thanks for opening the door and letting me in here.
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby limey » Wed May 09, 2018 1:58 pm

Big Welcome, promise we will take it easy on you David. Lots of good folks on here. I also use apple and cherry wood on some of my cooks.Never seen mulberry though, tough to find down here.
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Postby bsooner75 » Wed May 09, 2018 2:12 pm

Welcome aboard


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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby OldUsedParts » Wed May 09, 2018 2:56 pm

Howdy and Welcome, David, you won't be alone in your Geographical Presence 'cause we've got several great Members from up in your neck-o-the-woods. :tup: :salut:

P.S. is that pronounced "Bra See" :?: :dont:
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby txsmkmstr » Wed May 09, 2018 4:22 pm

DAVID.... GOOD TO SEE YOU, MAN!!!!!!!!! Hated the other forum had issues but you'll fit right in here - good place to hang out.

Been smokin' any cheese lately???? Anyway - Glad you found us. Always thought there'd be a few more folks show up.

Smoke On!!! :chef:
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Postby TX1911 » Wed May 09, 2018 4:59 pm

Welcome!
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby Rambo » Wed May 09, 2018 9:05 pm

Welcome from East Texas
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby david brace » Wed May 09, 2018 11:09 pm

txsmkmstr wrote:DAVID.... GOOD TO SEE YOU, MAN!!!!!!!!! Hated the other forum had issues but you'll fit right in here - good place to hang out.

Been smokin' any cheese lately???? Anyway - Glad you found us. Always thought there'd be a few more folks show up.

Smoke On!!! :chef:



Hey there !!! Well, I took some time off that other forum to keep working, but now I'm almost retired again. Wife Kathy and I drove out to the Grand Canyon and Vegas last October...had a good time. But we drove right into the day AFTER that crazy shooting in Vegas. We kept away from the news online and on TV as we drove west-then all of a sudden her phone lit up with friends and family wanting to know if we were OK. We had no idea what had happened the day before. But we missed the catastrophe, but the place was swarming with police and FBI and newspeople.

We stopped in Nebraska and I FINALLY got to meet "Totally Smoked" and his wife. Great people...we have to go back there one day.

smoking cheese...not too much, but I tried a coupla hunks of havarti for the first time smoking them. Not bad, but I shoulda given them longer smoke. And keeping the heat to a max of 85 was tough.

Good to see you here too.
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby david brace » Wed May 09, 2018 11:10 pm

OldUsedParts wrote:Howdy and Welcome, David, you won't be alone in your Geographical Presence 'cause we've got several great Members from up in your neck-o-the-woods. :tup: :salut:

P.S. is that pronounced "Bra See" :?: :dont:


Nope...just Brace, like it looks.
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby rms827 » Thu May 10, 2018 5:17 am

Oh come on, guys. We have to haze him and post the old Pace salsa commercial where the other salsa is made in NYC. :mrgreen: :D :lol:

Yeah, we're a little bit crazy here, but that's what keeps it fun. Welcome aboard. :salut: :D
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby OldUsedParts » Thu May 10, 2018 6:51 am

david brace wrote:P.S. is that pronounced "Bra See" :?: :dont:

Nope...just Brace, like it looks.[/quote]

Reason for asking was back in the 70s I gigged with a singer/songwriter in Denver whose last name was Brace and he pronounced it the 'Talian Way - - - not sure but I think his first name was Tony :dont:
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby txsmkmstr » Thu May 10, 2018 9:14 am

david brace wrote:
We stopped in Nebraska and I FINALLY got to meet "Totally Smoked" and his wife. Great people...we have to go back there one day.


That's great. Thought I had "SmokeDaddy" and "Smoke and Beans" converted but I think they just lurk from time to time. :dont:
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby allenayres » Thu May 10, 2018 6:08 pm

Welcome! :)
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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby Canadian Smoker » Tue May 15, 2018 5:04 pm

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Re: Noobie here from Noo Yawk

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sat May 19, 2018 3:16 pm

david brace wrote:Hello all...

I used to post on another forum for years, but decided to try over here. Been smoking since the '70's, but more seriously from the early 90's. I have had a few offsets in the past, one cheapo and another rather well crafted homemade rig (by someone else). But now I have 3 smaller different ones: 1 offset that I hardly use, and 1 barrel that I use occasionally. I primarily use the 3rd one, my bullet smoker.

Up here in NY (pronounced by the city-people it's Noo Yawk), I have lots of apple and cherry and mulberry wood that I use for smoking. I use charcoal for the fuel.

Thanks for opening the door and letting me in here.


I remember you! Welcome aboard. 8)
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