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Old 02-25-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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You have a great site Best one i have seen. Im from upstate N.Y. but luv to BBQ i mean luv it .Its such a great feeling when you can cook a meat as good as or better than a restaurant . Im really in to smoking and deep frying any time i get ready to cook, i also look around to see what i have laying around that i can try to deep fry or smoke . also believe it or not i found the site a while back from a posting Greg Rempe put on anamigo thanks all. Rick (That stuffs made in new york city lol)
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Old 02-25-2009, 03:17 PM   #2
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Welcome aboard...Us NY'ers need to have our own section here...

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Re: Newbie from oh no New York

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You have a great site Best one i have seen. Im from upstate N.Y. but luv to BBQ i mean luv it .Its such a great feeling when you can cook a meat as good as or better than a restaurant . Im really in to smoking and deep frying any time i get ready to cook, i also look around to see what i have laying around that i can try to deep fry or smoke . also believe it or not i found the site a while back from a posting Greg Rempe put on anamigo thanks all. Rick (That stuffs made in new york city lol)
Anamigo? That's a bad nerve for me with that ownership group there. But glad you found your way here regardless!
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Old 02-25-2009, 10:09 PM   #7
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Hey welcome. We be needing the grand prize winning Speide Marinate recipe when you get a round toit. I already got the one which won the State Fair once upon a time. Thanks. That reminds me I need to cook some of those thangs here soonish.

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Old 02-28-2009, 01:59 PM   #14
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Ok more about me and Binghamton the biggest cook off is a regional thing called (http://www.spiediefest.com/) it’s nice but not a que .one thing this area needs is a big barbeque. If you ask me lupos have the best sauce I just cut up about 5 lbs of boneless chicken breast in about 1 1/2 -2 inch cubes dump a bottle of there reg speedie sauce, not the chicken one set 1-2 days longer if pork or lamb cook like a kabob I put them on the skewers packed tight looses they seam to dry out I like mine moist, cook till lightly brown edges and check to see that the middles done put on a slice of Italian bread or sub roll with cheese mushroom sautéed onion I make up some and take pics soon ,as far as my cooker I have no pics of my poor mans smoker made from a fire place pit a 16inch charcoal cooker drywall alum corner bead and aluminum foil but will post some in late spring. They call me MacGyver at the camp site. But all luv the cooking. About anamigo I was trying to enter a pic the kids (2 girls) took, and after about ½ hr gave up and we just looked at other peoples pic would never recommend that site. LUV THIS SITE thanks rick
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Old 02-28-2009, 04:22 PM   #15
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I have a Binghamton transplant chum who favors the other retail marinate..Fideles(sic) or similar. He gets it shipped in gallon jugs mail order. I think it really closer to a brine sorta like the Goya brand Mojo Curillio stuff the Mexican folks use. If a person read the label it mostly salt water as far as I can tell.

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