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BurntENZ User avatar
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Location: Old Bridge, NJ
BurntENZ - I love this meat candy. I replaced "ENDS" with "ENZ" as a homage to the 80's group "Split ENZ"
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ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Location: Stoughton, WI
Welcome, Scott! The first thing I thought when I saw "BurntENZ" was, "Hey...I wonder if he's familiar with Split Enz." :lol:

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ScreamingChicken wrote:
Welcome, Scott! The first thing I thought when I saw "BurntENZ" was, "Hey...I wonder if he's familiar with Split Enz." :lol:


Thanks for the welcome, and wow, someone remembers the band. Cheers
Scott

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Location: Central Alberta, Canada
BurntENZ wrote:
ScreamingChicken wrote:
Welcome, Scott! The first thing I thought when I saw "BurntENZ" was, "Hey...I wonder if he's familiar with Split Enz." :lol:


Thanks for the welcome, and wow, someone remembers the band. Cheers


Welcome aboard, and great handle! I remember the band too. :D
Unlike propane, you'll never wake up scorched and naked in another county because you mishandled a bag of briquettes.

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Location: Old Bridge, NJ
Thank you
Scott

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LGHail rare
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Posts: 14
Location: Pearl Mississippi
Hello, My real name is Daniel. I have a degree in meteorology, hence the user name (Large Hail).
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LGHail wrote:
Hello, My real name is Daniel. I have a degree in meteorology, hence the user name (Large Hail).


Welcome LG.
Scott

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BBQ is slow, have patience. Do you have a bottle opener handy? If so use it, if not go get one

ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Location: Stoughton, WI
Welcome, LGHail! Do you work in radio and/or television?

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Location: Pearl Mississippi
Neither, I review road plans for the state. I don't have the tv or radio personality.
Daniel

Grilling is great, it gives me an excuse to play with fire.

YardBurner BBQ Deputy
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Location: Damascus, Maryland
I guess that's better than not
having a great face for radio!

Welcome aboard.

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Gryder25 = G the initial of my first name, Ryder - cause I used to ride a motorcycle, 25 cause I wish it was Christmas everyday :)

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Location: Central Alberta, Canada
Welcome aboard, LGHail and Gryder25! :bbq:
Unlike propane, you'll never wake up scorched and naked in another county because you mishandled a bag of briquettes.

ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Location: Stoughton, WI
Welcome, Gryder25! Christmas aside, I'd be happy to see a day where the temperature reaches 25F... :lol:

Post Wed Feb 12, 2014 2:33 am

Posts: 4
Location: Terre Haute, Indiana
Hello everyone,
"Wockhunter", well it's a funny story.
One of my other hobbies is gold panning and such. When I applied to Yahoo for an e-mail address I missed the "R" on the keyboard and hit "W" instead. Yahoo accepted the name as it was not taken. I then tried Rockhunter, what I really wanted, and it had been taken. So then I thought, "Elmer Fudd Hunted WABBITS so why can't I hunt WOCKS?"... I then became the Wockhunter....
Years ago my Father was a BBQ Pit Master. He made extra side money cooking on the coals. He actually had his own "Joint" for several years and was very succsesfull.
One year my father actually cooked on the coals for ABC network during the INDY 500 at the track. He cooked for many famous people that May. My fondest memory of that event was Alan Hale Jr (Skipper) talking to my father about how he liked to bbq over the coals as well....

Due to health reasons my father stopped cooking commercially but never lost his passion for the coals.
I got my passion for BBQ from him.
I believe that a "Pit Master" is not born from "Know How" but born from Passion.
There are many things I do not know how to cook on the coals but I have the passion to try it all.
I am here for the "know how" and to learn from your experience and in return will share mine.
"Mistakes are made by a lack of experience, unfortunatly Experience comes from making mistakes"....

Looking forward to it.....

the Wockhunter
“Mistakes come from lack of experience, unfortunately experience comes from making mistakes”_the Wockhunter

ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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Posts: 7572
Location: Stoughton, WI
Welcome, Wockhunter! You have a nice family history of live-fire cooking!

We're looking forward to hearing about your bawbecued wibs... :wink:

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