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Old 05-04-2006, 06:00 PM   #1
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Well, I'm actually Cooking this weekend!

I dragged the old pit out of the garage and I am cooking for about 40 folks at my house this Saturday. It is supposed to be 55 and rainy but I have committed! The local newspaper is doing an article on my oddessy into BBQ and they need live photos. Plus, a guy I met in the airport back in February has commissioned me to do a brisket and three racks of babybacks. He usually mail orders from New Braunfels Smokehouse, but wants me to make some fresh! Bet he likes it better? It feels good to be prepping for a big cook again! I'll put the meat on around 11:00 pm FRiday night.I got some cigars and a buddy is coming over to do the vigile with me. He is a drunk so we'll just have alot of coffee and Rock Stars! I'm doing 3 briskets, 11 racks of ribs (mostly spares) , three butts, baked beans and slaw. I made 7 gallons of sauce Wednesday (it'll keep for MONTHS!) I'll try to remember to take photos. Anyone here who can make it over, feel free! Woody
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Old 05-04-2006, 06:07 PM   #2
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Cigars and coffee and Q...these are a few of my favorite things! I wish I could be there. Have fun. Rememeber the pics...we luv da pics!
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Sounds like a good time Dave! If you lived closer I'd join you guys!
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I might be able to make it. What time???
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Old 05-04-2006, 06:22 PM   #5
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How far are you from Detroit Woody? 8-[
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3.5 hours. If you want to come, pm me!
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Dave, I'll be kind of doing the same. I have a party for 30 Saturday afternoon. Cooking a case of butts, 18 slabs of loin back ribs and grilling some chicken. Some of the leftover food is going on Sunday to the Lake Placid contest organizing committee and the rest goes to the screen printer for the new tee shirts for this season, the girls want tank tops.

Next week is the annual cook for Doylestown Country Club, 12 butts, case of briskets and 50 slabs of spares. The ribs are cooked at the club the day before the Bristol contest.

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the girls want tank tops.
I want the girls in tank tops too
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Dave, I'll be kind of doing the same. I have a party for 30 Saturday afternoon. Cooking a case of butts, 18 slabs of loin back ribs and grilling some chicken. Some of the leftover food is going on Sunday to the Lake Placid contest organizing committee and the rest goes to the screen printer for the new tee shirts for this season, the girls want tank tops.

Next week is the annual cook for Doylestown Country Club, 12 butts, case of briskets and 50 slabs of spares. The ribs are cooked at the club the day before the Bristol contest.

Rich Decker
How do you know there will be ANY LEFTOVER food?
Maybe every one on Saturday will gobble it all up!?!?!?
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How do you know there will be ANY LEFTOVER food?
Maybe every one on Saturday will gobble it all up!?!?!?
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My deal is for 30 adults; 8 pounds cooked pork, 7 slabs ribs and 15 pieces of chicken with sides, slaw and beans and paper goods.Delivered to Colchester, $300 cash.
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