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Old 10-20-2005, 11:11 AM   #1
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Lulu's first big test

Larry has graciously invited Gary in Va, my self and Steve Z over to his house to sample some of Lulu’s Q on November the 6th. Larry is going to supply the meat and the three of us will be doing some sides and brining some “ ‘.

If there is anyone else in the Central VA area that may be interested in joining us, let us know. This is going to be great! Thanks for the invite Larry!
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Larry has graciously invited Gary in Va, my self and Steve Z over to his house to sample some of Lulu’s Q on November the 6th. Larry is going to supply the meat and the three of us will be doing some sides and brining some “ ‘.

If there is anyone else in the Central VA area that may be interested in joining us, let us know. This is going to be great! Thanks for the invite Larry!
I just want to state.... I am totally against BRINING beer. It is moist enough without it. 8-[
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So since he couldn't make Qfest he's gonna throw his own party, huh? Heck, even your daughters could have their own cookoff.
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Larry has graciously invited Gary in Va, my self and Steve Z over to his house to sample some of Lulu’s Q on November the 6th. Larry is going to supply the meat and the three of us will be doing some sides and brining some “ ‘.

If there is anyone else in the Central VA area that may be interested in joining us, let us know. This is going to be great! Thanks for the invite Larry!
I just want to state.... I am totally against BRINING beer. It is moist enough without it. 8-[
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And I like how Bill is inviting everyone over to LARRY'S HOUSE! =D> =D> =D>
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Several things you need to know about Larry.

He's in a wheelchair.
He's ugly.
He drinks dangerous amounts of beer.
His family often acts like they don't know him.
He has a tendancy to get drunk and crash his wheelchair.

Good luck, and take your meat therms and some Pepto Bismol.
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Several things you need to know about Larry.

He's in a wheelchair.
He's ugly.
He drinks dangerous amounts of beer.
His family often acts like they don't know him.
He has a tendancy to get drunk and crash his wheelchair.

Good luck, and take your meat therms and some Pepto Bismol.
Yea, maybe, but a least he's got a Lulu of a pit! And enough Texan in him to have an open house.
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Several things you need to know about Larry.

He's in a wheelchair.
He's ugly.
He drinks dangerous amounts of beer.
His family often acts like they don't know him.
He has a tendancy to get drunk and crash his wheelchair.

Good luck, and take your meat therms and some Pepto Bismol.
Yea, maybe, but a least he's got a Lulu of a pit! And enough Texan in him to have an open house.
So you've met his boy friend.
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And I like how Bill is inviting everyone over to LARRY'S HOUSE! =D> =D> =D>

Yeah... Bill is pretty good at that... He is quite the host .... at someone elses house...hahahha :lmao:
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I'm pretty sure he's not allowed in the state of Texas.
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I'm glad everyone will be able to make it! Finally, I'll get a chance to let some "Pro's" sample my Que! Hopefully they'll be honest and tell me if it's worth a crap! I'm getting butterflies already! It'll be a good time! Beer, BBQ, friends, what else could you ask for?? Anyone else who wants to come, you're more than welcome! Just let me know soon, so I'll know how much to cook!

BTW guys, what do ya'll want me to cook?? I'm thinking definitely ribs, but haven't decided what else.
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Just get a half dozen 6-8 bone in prime ribs.
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Ribs are always a good thing. Those Rev Marv wings look great too. I was thinking about bringing my "momma's baked beans" that the Cappy loves.
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Okay, ribs and wings it'll be then! Maybe some ABT's and chicken skewers too!
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Maybe it's not too late to get a refund on Qfest and head your way.
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Hell yeah Mike, come on up!!
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Pull that Bandit up there, and I'll drive up just to look at it.
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I trust everyone is going to bring their eye protection with them.
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Hey Larry, what can I bring? besides a gas mask after Bill's beans :ack:

and what kind of beverages can I bring? :bar:
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I'm glad everyone will be able to make it! Finally, I'll get a chance to let some "Pro's" sample my Que! Hopefully they'll be honest and tell me if it's worth a crap! I'm getting butterflies already! It'll be a good time! Beer, BBQ, friends, what else could you ask for?? Anyone else who wants to come, you're more than welcome! Just let me know soon, so I'll know how much to cook!

BTW guys, what do ya'll want me to cook?? I'm thinking definitely ribs, but haven't decided what else.
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