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Old 06-10-2013, 08:47 PM   #47
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Join Date: 02-11-10
Location: Northern VA

Man! What a fantastic weekend, except for the almost 7 hour drive up there. I was following the storm and the traffic was horrible. Not sure when I can remember a 200 mile traffic jam....

Well worth it and would do it again! While Friday was a wash-out (literally), Saturday and Sunday were great!

Dan, Chris, Dan Mc, Jenn, Jason, Kenny, Bob and BBQ Guru Co., are really great folks! Period!

Dan, Chris and Dan Mc did a outstanding job of going thru every phase of their cooking styles, methods, recipes, timelines, temps, sauces, glazes, turn-in boxes (damn, I made the best one, IMHO ).

I really appreciate the honesty from all them in everything they were doing or did.

I must say that one of the funniest times and I wish I had a voice recorder for it, was when Dan was rubbing the briskets and butts before putting the on the smoker. Trust me, it was funny as hellll!

Dan Mc did a great job on the Prime Rib dinner with all the fixins, and the pig was one heck of a way to snack between breakfast and lunch. Very tasty, just wish I had packed a bag to go.

Most importantly, was the products that Dan and Chris cooked! Seriously, some of the best tasting brisket, pork, chicken and ribs I have had!

These folks went all out to make things as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Dan Mc's lesson on prepping, cooking, cutting and presenting a pig was really good. That was a really nice added touch to this event!

Again, thanks to the BBQ Guru folks for their hospitality and great deals on their products!

BIG thanks to the 3-Eyz team, Galvinell Meat Co., and the rest of the sponsors.


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"Take luck!"
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