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Old 05-05-2008, 10:39 AM   #1
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Yesterday was my step daughterís birthday; she requested pulled pork for her birthday dinner. I rubbed four butts and got them in the smoker at 7:00am.





In the afternoon I put together the beans, Cole slaw, and tomato/cucumber salad. Got the bacon, sausage, and onions for the beans working.









The pork came out at 5:30, foiled and into a cooler for one hour. This is six pounds of pulled pork ready to go.



Time to eat.



Hereís the birthday girl.



She was 13 when I married her mother, yesterday she turned 39. Here she is with the eight year old love of my life;
her daughter Lauren working on Nannaís homemade ice cream cake.

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Old 05-05-2008, 11:21 AM   #2
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Good looking family.

The food don't look to shabby either.
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Old 05-05-2008, 12:53 PM   #3
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Nice job on the cook John and Happy Birthday to your daughter.
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Looks great John. Blackeyed peas in the beans! Good man!
A big Happy B Day to your daughter.
I noticed pie too. Chocolate cream??
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WTG John. Good grazings and mighty fine looking kinfolks ya got there. Congrats.

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It don't get no better! Family , food, and fun.
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That sure is a good looking meal. Hope everyone had a great time.
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I'd cook for her.
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The food looks marvalous, your grandaughter is a cutey pie.
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Old 05-06-2008, 08:07 AM   #10
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Good lookin' eats..and a beautifull family..
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Cooking is so much fun for all of us, but when we can bring our families together and get some smiles it is even better.
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John great cook and gift to your daughter and grandaughter!!! Beautiful family you have there!
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Everything looks fabulous!
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