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Old 07-21-2008, 05:42 PM   #11
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Yeah it was alot of work. However, the church had alot of volunteers and when you cook for the lord it always works out IMHO. They pre-sold tickets and then did cash sales on the last day. When you start smoking the parking lot & road up, we had folks pulling in to place orders. It was really alot of fun.


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Tim
Learn how to do a Brunswick Stew in the late fall, and you will have just as many people.
South Carolina is an anomaly for Brunswick Stew...it is hailed and claimed
in Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia, but in the Palmetto state, it's virtually unknown. Instead, the heavy side to barbecue that can stand alone as a meal is hash. I cooked close to 20 gallons of brunswick stew
last year and was lucky to break even at a festival....no one knew what it was.
They know now! This year should be good for you!
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:58 PM   #12
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JT that is one heck of a spread!
Nice job!
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Big Job

Looks great Tim. Talking to my church in Clemson about doing something like that. Hope to see you an the road this fall.

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That was a fine looking BBQ meal for sure. Great looking rig.
Lucky church!
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