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Old 10-04-2008, 07:51 AM   #1
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United Way Cook tonight

We are doing a decent sized Charity cook starting tonight and tomorrow. We are serving ribs pulled pork and brisket. We will be serving it at Mel Lastman square in Toronto on Monday for the TTC.

We took preorders as this is the first year for the TTC t do this type of charity cook:
100 pp sammies
85 brisket sammies
165 ribs (1/2 orders)

Traeger supplied all of the equipment and pellets, Hovey's Gourmet meats gave us very significant discounts on all the meat and Buster Rhinos is providing all of the sauce and rub. Thank you to them for their generosity.

Ill start posting pics this afternoon and tomorrow.

Also Smoking in the Igloo also did a charity cook recently - great to see BBQ teams all over helping out where they can
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Old 10-04-2008, 08:03 AM   #2
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Have a fun time for a good cause!!!
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Old 10-04-2008, 08:26 AM   #3
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Thats a lot of light bulbs...so is this a charity cook or another Diva practice cook for the Jack

Keep up the good work its a good thing that you are doing....almost makes bubba smile
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Old 10-04-2008, 08:39 AM   #4
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Thats a lot of light bulbs...so is this a charity cook or another Diva practice cook for the Jack

Keep up the good work its a good thing that you are doing....almost makes bubba smile
LOL I may have to practice a few boxes I have a few ideas. So much meat so many possibilities.
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Kudos to you, Diva!! Good luck!
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That's awesome Diva and good luck.
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Good on you Diva. And thanks again for all the hospitality last weekend.
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Thats great! Hope it all goes well
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Ok just pulled the membrane on a lotta ribs LOL. Briskets are on as of a couple of hours ago and everything is set to get going for first thing tomorrow am really early.












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The first pic is of my new truck decal- Got Barbecue? Got it on ebay.
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