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---k--- 12-28-2012 03:47 PM

Q-Talk Request regarding new posts
 
Hopefully, I've been around to make this request without offending. I'm a frequent visitor to Q-Talk. My reason, first and foremost, is to learn something new, to be inspired, and to celebrate food victories with friends. A general request: It would really help me learn something new and be inspired if when posting you could:

1) Include the recipe, rub or sauces used.
2) Tell us the approximate time and temp the cook took.
3) Tell us how it turned out!

1) Is because people here make amazing stuff and I often want to duplicate the results. No recipe makes it kind of hard to be a copycat. If you're making a recipe that you've found here on the Brethren or else where; include a link. I understand top secret family recipes and will make the exception, but don't make it a habit! :wink:

2) Is because this is critical information needed to be a copy cat and to be able to plan when to put the meat on the smoker.

3) Is probably the most frustrating thing for me. I've seen some crazy things posted, and it seems like people never tell us how it turned out. I remember a post by our resident mad scientist that was one of his crazy throwdown entries. The photos looked amazing, but I couldn't imagine how it tasted. I asked, and the reply was sheepishly that it wasn't very good. Ha! No shame in that. We're here to share the journey, however it turns out.


p.s. Tell us what smoker you used if it isn't in your sig, or if you have multiple smokers and it isn't clear which was used from photos.

p.s.s Please use the RoadMap thread.
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7818
This is one of the first places I look when trying something new. Please add great, unique posts to it that you think should be saved for all time.

p.s.s.s Notice I didn't say anything about the photos or videos. Reading the book behind the cook is often better than watching the movie.

Boshizzle 12-28-2012 03:51 PM

Oh, good grief, you want everything! What do you think this place is, a BBQ/grilling sharing site or something?

I never divulge my recipes or techniques. That's just crazy talk.

Arlin_MacRae 12-28-2012 03:59 PM

I know, right? Guy hangs around for two measly years and suddenly he wants to changed everything!!!! :laugh:

That's a not unreasonable request, ---k---, since we're all about sharing and stuff. And who knows, your recipe might just be immortalized on the roadmap thread!

cirk 12-28-2012 03:59 PM

I cook off the cuff, most times I don't write anything down (wish I had a lot of times!). If you wanna learn to cook then cook recipes don't normally work out well for me.

Pitmaster T 12-28-2012 07:20 PM

Next thing you what to know is whether I Sam Cooke my Tina Turner and Chaka Kahn together before I make it funky on beale street then bring it down to a phillup bailey then close the high hat up, back off the mic and bring it to a cold sweat for a boogie night.


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