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barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 12:15 AM

Rate these Boxes (Old School)
 
:-DThis post is for entertainment, of course. Behind the pictures is a point, which is pointless to point out. Get my point?

Rate these "Old School" Turn In Boxes.

TRUE Burnt Ends, Sausage, Loin, Prime Rib, Brisket and Ribs with a side "Glaze" and Ribs. Maybe Mista and third eye will get my point.:-D

barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 12:27 AM

Old school Pie Turn in's

versus

New school pie turn ins

LoneStarBarbeque Co. 10-23-2008 08:47 AM

Looks like good eats! Is that your own rub on the ribs and pork? I like the looks with the pepper spots. Let's eat!:lol:

thirdeye 10-23-2008 08:49 AM

Aw man, that ALL looks good. And what a selection...... I was going to give you a 9 overall because I didn't see any pickles....then I noticed some hiding in the burnt end picture, that makes it a 10 in my book. :biggrin:

BTW, those links are cooked perfectly.

Oh yeah, the point is.......It always tastes better when served on butcher paper and eaten with the tools on the end of your arms.

Arlin_MacRae 10-23-2008 09:32 AM

Man, there's nothing better than glistening meat to wake up to. Err... Great pix!

Rightstuff 10-23-2008 09:42 AM

Thats awesome! Great looking "OLD SCHOOL" pron!

BRBBQ 10-23-2008 10:28 AM

Looks really good, I think I'm eat some BBQ today, come on lunch!

barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by LoneStarBarbeque Co. (Post 764279)
Looks like good eats! Is that your own rub on the ribs and pork? I like the looks with the pepper spots. Let's eat!:lol:

None of these are mine. They ARE samples from the Texas Meccas.

Rub is Salt, Pepper and maybe Cayenne.

That's it. No injections, no marinades, no low and slow (they do hot and fast and rest), no foil, no boil of course (they don't even boil their Pintos), no glazes, no sauces unless on the side, no flips, no wrap (except they do wrap the meatier chunks in butcher paper and place back in a 150 - 180 holding smoker), no stokers, no pellets, no charcoal, no lump, no slathers, no mustard coatings, no gurus, no rotisseries, no convection fans, no gas, no MTQ (although that IS a traditional chemical), no panning, no Mops, no sprays, no temp probes. NO FREAKIN PARSELY, LETTUCE, no trimming (oddly even at the onset), no kidding.

I think I my ressurect my campaign for there to be a BRICK PITS ONLY section of BBQ competitions.

I think Big Bob Gibson's chicken, until he dipps it in the white sauce, is the closest thing I have seen at competition to trad BBQ. He uses salt and pepper only with an olive oil dip when he flips.

thillin 10-23-2008 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by barbefunkoramaque (Post 764419)
None of these are mine. They ARE samples from the Texas Meccas.

I had a feeling. But I get it. Best places I've eaten are served that way.

barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by thirdeye (Post 764281)
Aw man, that ALL looks good. And what a selection...... I was going to give you a 9 overall because I didn't see any pickles....then I noticed some hiding in the burnt end picture, that makes it a 10 in my book. :biggrin:

BTW, those links are cooked perfectly.

Oh yeah, the point is.......It always tastes better when served on butcher paper and eaten with the tools on the end of your arms.

I am gonna tell you, nothing holds a candle for pure authenticity than your brisket pic I stole and sampled in my Video lead in. I rarely ever see, at restaurants or competition, any brisket that looks like that, other than my trailer of course (until you slice it and see that Thirdeye has a more perfect smoke ring cuz I don't dip the temp at first like you do).

barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Arlin_MacRae (Post 764325)
Man, there's nothing better than glistening meat to wake up to. Err... Great pix!

That comment made me laugh til I saw stars!

That's they way you used to turn in your sample! On paper wrapped up. Then it all started when someone's wife made the wad of butcher paper that they turned in, into a swan.

Hey, arlin, I will testify, as a brother that used to serve as a waiter out on 35 on restaurant row during Texas OU weekend back in the 80's, Nothing makes a Texas boy lower his ridicule of the State of Oklahoma, than being stuck here in Connecticut, and just prayin he could make it as far as the dinner tables of his Oklahoma brothers. Y'all know brisket. Mostly cuz of that trail we Texans drove the beef up to market in, Kansas City, Where they kill the beef, cut it up and serve it with a sweet table sauce all over it.. :mad:

/dev/bbq 10-23-2008 09:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barbefunkoramaque (Post 764163)
Get my point?

Only time I've stayed over in Texas (besides the airport), was Austin. Immediately drove to Smitty's in Lockhart. Sat out in the "hallway" to eat, with my bread for a napkin. Got to say hi to John. Somethin' about a fella named Fullilove that tells you he cares about what he does.

Yeah, I get it. It just don't happen a whole lot anymore.

barbefunkoramaque 10-23-2008 09:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by /dev/bbq (Post 764949)
Only time I've stayed over in Texas (besides the airport), was Austin. Immediately drove to Smitty's in Lockhart. Sat out in the "hallway" to eat, with my bread for a napkin. Got to say hi to John. Somethin' about a fella named Fullilove that tells you he cares about what he does.

Yeah, I get it. It just don't happen a whole lot anymore.

The smittys that used to be Kreuz before smitty moved out and opened smittys and left kreuz by itself to later become smittys while the newer old smittys became kreuz?

those in the know will know what I am saying.

the place he speaks of, when the fams got in a fight and separated, the new place, smittys, split from kruez and built a new building while kruez stayed in the old market location. However, smittys had to get a judge to rule in his favor as he wanted to start his fire over at the new location with the coals of the fire at the old location, they had a big ceremony where they shoveled a portion of coals out of kreuz market (now smittys) and rolled it via wheelbarrow to smitty's, now kreuz.

thereby, still able to make the same claim that they were one of the oldest pits in Texas (because as anyone who ever ran a real pit, even with sundays off, the coals never die), thus, the longest running pit claim yet in a new building. Later they switched names and I would love to see how that happened.

/dev/bbq 10-23-2008 10:24 PM

It's a funny thing isn't? If the fire that the coals came from still burns in the pit from which it came, then the oldest pit is...? I ain't not going to get in the middle of that!!!

A Florida cracker, gone to school in NC, grown up and had a family and career, learnt to cook pigs the right way, finds himself in Texas and gets his mind blown with a big 'ol hunk of beef, remembers his childhood smelling bbq over smoldering oak, and wishes he could see and taste all the places that know how to put that kind of love into what they do...

'night ya'll! :-)

barbefunkoramaque 10-24-2008 12:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by /dev/bbq (Post 764999)
It's a funny thing isn't? If the fire that the coals came from still burns in the pit from which it came, then the oldest pit is...? I ain't not going to get in the middle of that!!!

A Florida cracker, gone to school in NC, grown up and had a family and career, learnt to cook pigs the right way, finds himself in Texas and gets his mind blown with a big 'ol hunk of beef, remembers his childhood smelling bbq over smoldering oak, and wishes he could see and taste all the places that know how to put that kind of love into what they do...

'night ya'll! :-)

funny you should say that... the right way would be shovlin coals and that is a bitch.

I am a cracker from texas gone to school in tennesee, grown up and had a family, learnt to cook beef the right way, found myself in Tennessee, rejected, wouldn't even put it in my mouth their pork version of BBQ but went to Maurices and had my first piggy. Then got schooled on how to do Pig, butts and ribs southern style. which is not texas style cuz texas is a country.

I am surpised you smelled oak though. I hope nobody learns about oak... its a little secret I got... y'all keep using hickry and cherry and apple and pecan


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