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Old 10-21-2005, 11:30 AM   #1
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I'm off work and I'm cooking!

Doing some pulled chicken and ribs. The ribs and half of the chicken is for folks at work. Rubbed everything down with Wolfe Rub, using oak for wood. Everything went on at noon and LuLu is doing her magic chugging away. Thanks Steve for the Easy Up, I'm gonna need it with all the rain!


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Old 10-21-2005, 11:38 AM   #2
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See Larry, with just a simple phone call, you could have had someone up there to drink your beer.
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Old 10-21-2005, 11:39 AM   #3
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Looking good so far Lar.
I'm off too and will be doing a yardbird for dinner and then two butts for Alexis's 2nd birthday party tomorrow.
Just waiting for the wife to come home so I can go pick up the butts.... :-X
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Old 10-21-2005, 11:46 AM   #4
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Looks great, Larry!!
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See Larry, with just a simple phone call, you could have had someone up there to drink your beer.
Come on up Bill, I'll fill the cooler up!


Happy Birthday to the little one Scotty!
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Old 10-21-2005, 12:26 PM   #6
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Larry, is it safe to have that chicken drip on your ribs?? Just wondering??
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Dang Larry... I just got back from lunch and now I am hungry again...

hmmmm ... by the way I figger it... I could leave work right now and be there in time to dine on them ribs.... ok.. I talked myself into it... on my way :horse:

What kind of beer should I bring with me? :bar:
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Larry, is it safe to have that chicken drip on your ribs?? Just wondering??
Greg, I know you are kidding but I'll entertain your question anyways. The chicken will be done long before the ribs, therefore the chicken juices are fine drippng onto the ribs.

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Dang Larry... I just got back from lunch and now I am hungry again...

hmmmm ... by the way I figger it... I could leave work right now and be there in time to dine on them ribs.... ok.. I talked myself into it... on my way :horse:

What kind of beer should I bring with me? :bar:
Gary, since you offered, I'd love some New Castle! =P~
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Hell Larry when DO you work? #-o
Looking good there! I had me a pile of ribs for lunch as well. Got to save the other rack for the wife when she gets home tonight. I'm headed for Houston to put some eyeballs on my pit.
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2.5 hours into the cook, the ribs are cooking a bit fast.



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