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Old 09-18-2012, 12:47 AM   #1
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Been so busy. Here are some random shots teammates, and cooks.




Rib Eye over burnt down oak wood embers


Oak Embers. Best Rib Eye ever!



Just a little afternoon snack.

My new meat hook on the grill table. Love it.

Maybe my job isn't so bad?

1/10 of a point from first in Ribs, 4th Pork and first time ever 1st in peoples choice.







some comp chicken

Meat Group!



Yuck!







Grilled ribs weren't half bad. we cooked em for a few hours.

Buttermilk will burn!

Came out ok though.



Ran out of Oak. Found this at the market. Made some pizza with it.










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Old 09-18-2012, 10:39 AM   #2
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Hey Mike, good to see you back around these parts. Looks and sounds like you have been busy and having some fun. Any word on the Jack or Royal or do I continue to keep my fingers crossed for you?
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Old 09-18-2012, 10:54 AM   #3
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Haya Buzz. We didn't get the draw for the Jack. We will be leaving on the 1st for the Royal. Sean Rice from Meat Me will be documenting and putting the whole trip in You Tube form. He will be riding with us and said he'll post the videos daily. Should be a sort of documentary showing our journey from the west coast to the Royal. Things have slowed down a bit so I should be back around here. I'm bringing my lap top so I'm going to try to post the links to the you tube vids here daily for anyone interested. I'm assuming it'll show the whole trip cooking, turn ins, prepping meat in our hotel, parties etc. Keep an eye out.

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Good to see you around!! Great looking pics too!! How big was that pig you cooked in the caja china?
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:54 AM   #5
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Good to see you around!! Great looking pics too!! How big was that pig you cooked in the caja china?
our buddies cooked it 90 lbs. Those boxes are cool but no smoke what so ever. It's literally an oven. Your heat source doesn't get to the food. That's why you see Kingsford. It works best cause long consistent burn.
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our buddies cooked it 90 lbs. Those boxes are cool but no smoke what so ever. It's literally an oven. Your heat source doesn't get to the food.
You have to use a smoke generator if you want smoke.
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That was looking good till it get to the guy licking the hairy male belly button. That could make some to lose their appetites. There appears to be a shortage of nice looking lady chickadee navels around there.
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Old 09-19-2012, 06:52 PM   #8
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Those were some great pictures! Thanks for sharing them.
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