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Old 05-29-2006, 08:35 PM   #1
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Weekend Butt Cook

Here's some pics of my butt cook from this weekend. Not my best cook, but not too bad either. Everyone thought that it was great. But what do they know? I would have thought they were just being nice... but it all got eaten. And there was only 8 people.
Hopefully the link will work: http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow.j ... qonhd&Ux=0
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Old 05-29-2006, 09:43 PM   #2
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Nice pics!
The one of the chimney in the dark was cool!

Oh yea, the pork looked good too, was that vinegar sauce on the stove?
Looked good Finster, and i'm not just being nice
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Old 05-29-2006, 09:53 PM   #3
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Lots of great pics
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Nice pics!
The one of the chimney in the dark was cool!

Oh yea, the pork looked good too, was that vinegar sauce on the stove?
Looked good Finster, and i'm not just being nice
Thanks for the nice comments guys. Not the happiest I've been with a cook lately.

There is vinegar in the sauce, but it's not the main ingredient. It it is however, one of the predominate flavors in the sauce.
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I thought the meat looked great too.
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Looking good brother, glad to see you are finally taking pic's and cooking!
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
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Nice job Chris.
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
What is this Finney rub you speak of? 8-[
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
What is this Finney rub you speak of? 8-[
I would tell you... but then Larry would have to Kill You.
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
What is this Finney rub you speak of? 8-[
I would tell you... but then Larry would have to Kill You.
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
What is this Finney rub you speak of? 8-[
I would tell you... but then Larry would have to Kill You.
We've got Ribbon Winning combos working with Finney and Wolfe Rubs, as well as Ribbon Winning Schpezial Schazes! You'll hear more about them in September, but you'll never be alive and hear the ingredients! NEVER, I SAY! :evillaugh:
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Finney Rub = Wolfe Rub with fennel seed.
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Looks great. Did you use Finney rub?
It was finney rub. But I didn't have the spice mill in NC to grind it to a uniform, small texture like I've been doing since right after I gave you some.. This is the original, original Finney rub.

Thanks Bill, I love that range.
What is this Finney rub you speak of? 8-[
I would tell you... but then Larry would have to Kill You.
We've got Ribbon Winning combos working with Finney and Wolfe Rubs, as well as Ribbon Winning Schpezial Schazes! You'll hear more about them in September, but you'll never be alive and hear the ingredients! NEVER, I SAY! :evillaugh:[/quote:3bh4gio0]
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Way to keep a trade secret! 8-[
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Right... but you have it backwards.
WolfeRub is Finney rub minus the fennel seed. LOL
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now that i'm home i can see the pics. great look'in butts. why did you remove the middle section on the wsm?
I was just burning the crap off the grate. But you can use it as a grill like that.
Just don't tell my wife that. I'm not through buying grills. 8-[
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