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Old 04-11-2008, 11:32 AM   #1
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Beef ribs and bolagna

Looks like a good weekend coming up!!

I'm starting out today with some beef ribs and a slab of bolagna


Also picked up a turkey breast, cornish hens, a chicken, some fatties, and lot's of tuna steaks for days of cooking enjoyment!
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Old 04-11-2008, 12:34 PM   #2
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Lookin' good so far!!
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Sounds like you're ready for some serious eating. The beef ribs I see in the store aren't that meaty - are these something other than just a separated slab of beef ribs? Thanks
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The bones are done!




And the bologna


These aren't all that meaty either, but they sure knaw good!
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WoW RB, I'm going to have to try to make the ribs like that. They look great and ready to be eaten!!! Good Job!!!
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Old 04-11-2008, 03:23 PM   #6
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Awesome ! What temps were you cookin at?
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Awesome ! What temps were you cookin at?
These were at 225 for a little over 4 hours.
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Old 04-11-2008, 04:54 PM   #8
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Hey Ronbeaux!

I been smoking bologna for the last 8 or 9 years after my friend Buster from Boggy Pond BBQ Brigade showed me how while down at an MIM contest.

It is a rather elaborate procedure as it includes coring out holes to place the sauce in.

For many years I competed in a local rib contest called the Roots of Soul. I was a huge hit with this bologna and for all those years folks would gather round my site to watch the bologna man work his magic on that big hunk of bologna! LOL

I have always claimed, much of the fun of BBQ for me is the "show"

Here's to some great memories!!

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I like that!! I've seen it stuffed with a bunch of different stuff. I don't do it that often cause I'm the only one around my house that will eat it. This one was 1.66 lbs and should make for a few good sammiches.
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Looks like modern art Kevin!
Photo scanner huh? I remember those.
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I have to try some smoked bologna sometime soon.

That looks good.
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