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Old 02-20-2008, 12:54 PM   #1
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20* and a foot of snow..pastrami yard bird and pig parts

Its’ 20*outside and we got a foot of snow last night….Whats a BBQ man to do? Cook up some pig parts and yard bird on the offset and toss on some pastrami for good measure. Part 1 is the meat prep.
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I'm at work...(school) and allyoucanup is blocked. I'm sure all is going well. I'm looking forward to the pictures when I get home.
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Darn, Dave, that membrane trick would never have occurred to me. Thanks!

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i like the vinegar wash for that cryovac smell too.
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I agree about the membrane trick. Everything looking good. Can't wait to see the rest of the cook.
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:42 PM   #6
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Lunch is done…yard bird with beans and corn bread.



Ribs have a few more hours to go for dinner.
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Old 02-20-2008, 03:53 PM   #7
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Guys would you believe me if I told yall I have gained 15 pounds since joining this forum 3 months ago. Looks good.
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Jeez, TK, don't look at the pictures!

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Ribs just came off..and the other part of the video is uploading...Now I've got some chex mix on the pit
Video should be posted in about an hour.
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Good video Dave! I could go for a bowl of those beans and a pice of chicken too!
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Great lookin' food, Dave. If that's your comp sauce on the chicken, I know it tastes even better than it looks.

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Great videos Dave!
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I thought that was uncle Bubba prepping those ribs there for a moment...waiting to see the nail clippers come out for the final groom.
Ribs looked super.
Are you getting a thermopen? I looking for a good price/place to get one.
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I thought that was uncle Bubba prepping those ribs there for a moment...waiting to see the nail clippers come out for the final groom.
Ribs looked super.
Are you getting a thermopen? I looking for a good price/place to get one.
Just don't do like BTGG..and save some money by ordering it form the British site..unless you want to learn to cacl C* to F*.....
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Man that was really good. What kind of gloves was that you use to stir in the fire and were can I get some.
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Man that was really good. What kind of gloves was that you use to stir in the fire and were can I get some.
Go to work on Wittdog's shift.....you may find some there
I thought he was reaching in there with the latex gloves....wheeee doggie.
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Man that was really good. What kind of gloves was that you use to stir in the fire and were can I get some.
Go to work on Wittdog's shift.....you may find some there
I thought he was reaching in there with the latex gloves....wheeee doggie.
Where do I sign on at. I need a pair of those.
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Good video's. Now I'm hungry again.
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[quote=Tannehill Kid]
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Man that was really good. What kind of gloves was that you use to stir in the fire and were can I get some.
Go to work on Wittdog's shift.....you may find some there
I thought he was reaching in there with the latex gloves....wheeee doggie.
Where do I sign on at. I need a pair of those.[/quote:3coj1anu]
Those are just welding gloves...I pour molten metal for a living..I'm used to the heat.
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