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Old 05-25-2006, 05:07 PM   #1
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This Sunday a friend of ours is getting married (couldn't talk her out of it). Anyway, at her reception she will have 2 pigs Q'ed up. Not by me :badgrin: but by an ol' boy named Festus. Now he does a pretty good pig, so I know it will be good. Festus doesn't use a mop, rub or anything but hickory, the sauce he uses is good but on the super sweet side and it is served on the side.

To that end I'm bringing 4 of my sauces. 2 will be a thick "Texas" style sauce, one tangy and one mild. Its kinda thick, like a steak sauce.

The other two will be a Carolina style sauce, one hot and one echelons above hot. The latter not previously known to anyone on the planet. None of these are sweet, so hopefully ol' Festus won't take offense (he's usually packing) and all will be good.

I'll take some pics (he usually uses the open pit /cinder block method) and let you all know the feedback on the DATsBBQ sauces.
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Enjoy it! One good thing about another mans wedding is eating his food as he is about to suffer!
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Sounds like a good time, 'cept for the wedding part Just kiddin'. I went to 2 pig roasts in Florida where they did the cinderblock thing. I wish I'd paid more attention to it though..
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The three rings of marriage:

The engagement ring
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Dat packing thing you should watch
Sounds like alot of fun


Hey guy's Marriage isn't that bad
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Dat packing thing you should watch
Sounds like alot of fun


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How many times you been married?
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"dat packing thing"?????? :biggrin: :-X :badgrin: =D> #-o =P~ :^o [-X [-o< 8-[ is this a Puff thing?
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This Sunday a friend of ours is getting married (couldn't talk her out of it). Anyway, at her reception she will have 2 pigs Q'ed up. Not by me :badgrin: but by an ol' boy named Festus. Now he does a pretty good pig, so I know it will be good. Festus doesn't use a mop, rub or anything but hickory, the sauce he uses is good but on the super sweet side and it is served on the side.

To that end I'm bringing 4 of my sauces. 2 will be a thick "Texas" style sauce, one tangy and one mild. Its kinda thick, like a steak sauce.

The other two will be a Carolina style sauce, one hot and one echelons above hot. The latter not previously known to anyone on the planet. None of these are sweet, so hopefully ol' Festus won't take offense (he's usually packing) and all will be good.

I'll take some pics (he usually uses the open pit /cinder block method) and let you all know the feedback on the DATsBBQ sauces.
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"Hopefully 'ol Festus won't take offense(he's usually packing) and all will be good!
Whats he packin' ? A lunch
I was just readin' your'e words bro'


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Got me! :biggrin: But he never packs a lunch!
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Festus doesn't use a mop, rub or anything but hickory, the sauce he uses is good but on the super sweet side and it is served on the side.
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"dat packing thing"?????? is this a Puff thing?
I took it as packing heat
Doesn't seam to be heat, seams to be super sweet! #-o 8-[ :biggrin: [-X
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