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Old 01-09-2007, 01:50 PM   #21
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Summer bash is cool with me. I plan on being there. Last I heard, Larry isnt planning on attending.
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Old 01-09-2007, 01:51 PM   #22
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[quote=Larry Wolfe]
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Originally Posted by "brian j":2opdxcnj
alright boys. it's not like you guys live on opposite sides of the country. what do you say we have a little ourselves a little contest... pork, chicken and chefs choice... AND I'M THE JUDGE. [smilie=a_jester.gif]

i would also include brisket and ribs but you both ruin briskets with foil and you both use the same rub/sauce on your ribs. :P
NO WE DON'T USE THE SAME SAUCE!!!! One base ingredient is the same, other than that, it's way different![/quote:2opdxcnj]

Not when it comes to butts. I use my own rub.
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Old 01-09-2007, 01:56 PM   #23
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alright boys. it's not like you guys live on opposite sides of the country. what do you say we have a little ourselves a little contest... pork, chicken and chefs choice... AND I'M THE JUDGE. [smilie=a_jester.gif]

i would also include brisket and ribs but you both ruin briskets with foil and you both use the same rub/sauce on your ribs. :P
NO WE DON'T USE THE SAME SAUCE!!!! One base ingredient is the same, other than that, it's way different![/quote:il32nrw9]

Not when it comes to butts. I use my own rub.[/quote:il32nrw9]
I would hope you rub your own butt.....
Come on now guys...to much hostility of late around here....Greg doesn't like it .......it scares off the newbies....
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Old 01-09-2007, 02:03 PM   #24
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alright boys. it's not like you guys live on opposite sides of the country. what do you say we have a little ourselves a little contest... pork, chicken and chefs choice... AND I'M THE JUDGE. [smilie=a_jester.gif]

i would also include brisket and ribs but you both ruin briskets with foil and you both use the same rub/sauce on your ribs. :P
NO WE DON'T USE THE SAME SAUCE!!!! One base ingredient is the same, other than that, it's way different![/quote:2f8at5oa]

Not when it comes to butts. I use my own rub.[/quote:2f8at5oa]

Another reason for your paltry "placings"! You're like that Billy Goat, hard headed and stinky "Butt"! [smilie=a_holyshit.gif]
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Old 01-09-2007, 02:09 PM   #25
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alright boys. it's not like you guys live on opposite sides of the country. what do you say we have a little ourselves a little contest... pork, chicken and chefs choice... AND I'M THE JUDGE. [smilie=a_jester.gif]

i would also include brisket and ribs but you both ruin briskets with foil and you both use the same rub/sauce on your ribs. :P
NO WE DON'T USE THE SAME SAUCE!!!! One base ingredient is the same, other than that, it's way different![/quote:2jwswoiy]

Not when it comes to butts. I use my own rub.[/quote:2jwswoiy]

Another reason for your paltry "placings"! You're like that Billy Goat, hard headed and stinky "Butt"! [smilie=a_holyshit.gif][/quote:2jwswoiy]

At least they place.
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since it looks like I may have a return to TN in my eminant future, what would be a few comps to come and witness ? my daughter is really wanting to compete , me, her, my brother (squint on here) and possibly my dad...not sure we're ready for that, but getting to see Brian J in action last summer was enough for her to want to jump right in. any suggestions ? If it all works out I will be only about 1.5 hours from lynchburg, I know I want to see the competition at the Jack
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Old 01-09-2007, 02:36 PM   #27
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now come on larry... i'm still hearing nothing but from talk from you.
summer bash or pick another date. either that our your yellow and i'm out of a feast.
I'm game Brian. If I spend the night at the Bash, we can do it there. If not we can get together somewhere else, I don't care. Hell I might just bring a bag of year old que and use that! I'd say my odds are still very good! Especially against old foiled pork!! [smilie=a_holycrap.gif]
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ok you two... calm down

Bill.. you are arguing a moot point... cause I is the one in charge of butts on this here team.... unless you want to trade butts for briskets???

and .. this boy dont foil butts...!!


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Just to set the record straight, Bill and I are kidding around! This is certainly not an argument!
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Old 01-09-2007, 03:20 PM   #30
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Just to set the record straight, Bill and I are kidding around! This is certainly not an argument!
Yeah, what Larry said. Besides, he cant help it if he has pit envy.
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Old 01-09-2007, 03:21 PM   #31
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Just to set the record straight, Bill and I are kidding around! This is certainly not an argument!
Yeah, what Larry said. Besides, he cant help it if he has pit envy.[/quote:u1k6vkxp]

Oh yeah, I wanna stay up all night tending to my fire like you! But I cant handle staying up all night. You know Bill, I have to go back to the hotel and get my rest. [smilie=a_crylaugh.gif]
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:38 PM   #32
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what a pissing contest.

pfft.

Testosterone flying everywhere.

LOL and they say women have mood swings.
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Is it PC to have a dancing cow in a post about pork? [smilie=rlp_smilie_003.gif]
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