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Old 10-07-2005, 07:32 AM   #1
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What's everyone cooking for the long weekend?

I picked up two 7lb turkey breasts and am gonna pick up a pack of spares from BJ's on the way home. What are ya'll cooking???
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Old 10-07-2005, 07:42 AM   #2
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Long weekend. [-( Govt workers. :loony:
Damn right Skippy, just for that comment I may leave early to boot!
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Old 10-07-2005, 07:56 AM   #3
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Great price on the butts BM!
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Doing some butts this weekend too.
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Old 10-07-2005, 08:17 AM   #5
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We have out October fest on saturday at my dads place and my oldest is comming home for the weekend. Beer and Brats, life is good.


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I got chicken and pork to do for 75 people tomorrow... hopefully not in the rain.
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Judging a shrimp contest tomorrow, might do some blue crabs Sunday.
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I don't know.... But I'm cooking something!
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My BBQ guru & thermometer arrive today so I'll probably experiment with that and the lump charcoal in the WSM. I'll probably try a long cook like a pork butt for some pulled pork sammies NC style with cole slaw.
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I'll pick up my new pit on Sat.
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Cook some ribs and butts on Monday


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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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23lbs turkey on my gasser

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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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You da man Jim. Good luck!
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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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That sounds like some event!
Did they see your last set of score before asking you to do this? LOL 8-[
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Butts, chickens, briskets, baked beans, green beans, apples, mac&cheese, baked potatoes, hotdogs, fries.
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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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That sounds like some event!
Did they see your last set of score before asking you to do this? LOL 8-[
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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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That sounds like some event!
Did they see your last set of score before asking you to do this? LOL 8-[
Were they as bad as yours? :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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I'm cooking 8 pork butts and 54 slabs of loin backs for the Vermont National Guards. We are having a golf tournament for the Green Mountain boys. The largest deployment of Vermonters are going to Iraq and it our honor to have a fun day and cook for them and there families. I hope the weather holds out.

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Butt and chicken for a vending event to raise money for the Red Cross, with any luck we should be able to raise another $10K.
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That sounds like some event!
Did they see your last set of score before asking you to do this? LOL 8-[
Were they as bad as yours? :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
Almost 8-[
Easy there 'Big en'. Put the pistols away.
Minion knows he's the 'Top Dog' here... and he can handle a little rib'n.
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I was set to do a case of butts 6 racks of ribs and a couple of briskets this weekend. Then came Tammy. Cooking for fun ain't no fun in the rain. Maybe next week.

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