Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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chris wrote:
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looking forward to hearing great things about bbq cooking!"


Welcome to the zoo, Chris. Can you also get alt.binaries.food? Do you
grill? Do you Q? What part of the world are you in?

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On Oct 10, 11:25*pm, chris wrote:
"Hey there! I just joined this group and wanted to let everyone know -
looking forward to hearing great things about bbq cooking!"


Just an FYI, this is usenet, where one traditionally would "subscribe"
to the group. Sort of like an RSS feed. You are using googlegroups
which is a nice web based way to see usenet. How much you do or do not
participate is up to you. Many will lurk and read for a little while
to get to learn the tone of a group.

Usenet predates the interwebs, by quite a bit and has traditions os
usage and whatnot.

There's some good FAQs out there.

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

Our FAQ is he
http://www.eaglequest.com/~bbq/
Read it and be amazed. I was anyway.


History of usenet:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet
(expecially read the usenet terms bit, Godwin's Law, etc.)

All that said, welcome and hope you learn as much as I have.
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Duwop wrote:
On Oct 10, 11:25 pm, chris wrote:
"Hey there! I just joined this group and wanted to let everyone know
- looking forward to hearing great things about bbq cooking!"


Just an FYI, this is usenet, where one traditionally would "subscribe"
to the group. Sort of like an RSS feed. You are using googlegroups


Huh. Didn't even see him.

What type of things did you want to know, chris? This isn't much of a recipe
group, although some recipes (some related to bbq, some not) get posted.
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On 11 Oct 2009 09:56:31 GMT, Nick Cramer wrote:

chris wrote:
"Hey there! I just joined this group and wanted to let everyone know -
looking forward to hearing great things about bbq cooking!"


Welcome to the zoo, Chris. Can you also get alt.binaries.food? Do you
grill? Do you Q? What part of the world are you in?


UK.

It's just another drive-by shooting. We'll never see him again.

-sw


Yep, announced his arrival on another group the same way. Probably
harvesting emails so we can help him with the $56 million estate his long
departed uncle left him.




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On Oct 11, 6:13*pm, "Ed Pawlowski" wrote:
"Sqwertz" wrote in message

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On 11 Oct 2009 09:56:31 GMT, Nick Cramer wrote:


chris wrote:
"Hey there! I just joined this group and wanted to let everyone know -
looking forward to hearing great things about bbq cooking!"


Welcome to the zoo, Chris. Can you also get alt.binaries.food? Do you
grill? Do you Q? What part of the world are you in?


UK.


It's just another drive-by shooting. *We'll never see him again.


-sw


Yep, announced his arrival on another group the same way. Probably
harvesting emails so we can help him with the $56 million estate his long
departed uncle left him.


Haha its not another drive-by shooting and im not harvesting email. Im
here to learn!
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On Oct 12, 12:26*pm, chris wrote:

Haha its not another drive-by shooting and im not harvesting email. Im
here to learn!


I hope that's true Chris, and if it is, welcome.

You will quickly learn who to ignore here, and which guys are the
group cynics. For them, even the barbecue/grilling world is an ugly,
suspicious place.

Robert
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*For them, even the barbecue/grilling world is an ugly
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That's awfully cynical of you Robert. Why so suspicious?



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On Oct 12, 1:37*pm, Duwop wrote:

That's awfully cynical of you Robert. Why so suspicious?


Hangin' around here too long!!

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Robert


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