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Old 04-27-2008, 12:49 PM   #11
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Looks fine Bruce, Try DP or Coke in a spagattie sauce ....You'll taste it then. its a different taste.

BTW my Dogs would hate you.... Pork bones are a no no for dogs....

I wounder if one could boil em in anti freeze for ..... Kitty cats?
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Old 04-27-2008, 05:20 PM   #13
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Bruce them some good looking ribs.
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Old 04-27-2008, 06:45 PM   #14
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Looks fine Bruce, Try DP or Coke in a spagattie sauce ....You'll taste it then. its a different taste.

BTW my Dogs would hate you.... Pork bones are a no no for dogs....I wounder if one could boil em in anti freeze for ..... Kitty cats?
Oh $hit, I gave the neighbhors little bull dog, who hangs out with me, a pork rib bone this afternoon. Didn't know they were a no no.
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Looked like the Tazmanian Devil got a hold of them bones!! Nice work Bruce!!!
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Sure wish I had some of those for lunch today.
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My little 20 lb dog swallowed a pork rib bone whole. WHOLE. He ain't getting no more bones.
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Old 04-28-2008, 12:41 PM   #18
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Great lookin bones there Bruce! I may need to Q up some spares this weekend. Also, where did you get that rack? I ordered a stacker for my WSM but it's not due to arrive until the end of May and I have a party in a few weeks that I'll need to smoke a boat load of ribs for, I could use the extra room. Thanks
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My little 20 lb dog swallowed a pork rib bone whole. WHOLE. He ain't getting no more bones.
Wow. This little dog is maybe 8 pounds and he looked like he was going to gulp it down whole. Pooping would have been a real event.
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