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Unread 07-20-2012, 10:50 AM   #1
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Exclamation 2012 Barbecue Brethren Film Festival Pitmaster T's - Purgatory Stout



In a recent poll 58 of you voted to choose what video will start off the First Annual bbq-brethren.com Film Festival, you chose "Purgatory Stout" First.

Here is it, installment ONE.

Purgatory Stout
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Shack Attack got me off my ass and started our new and first annual Film Festival.... Thanks Boshizzle and Keith Lilly.... Jizzle inspired Puragtory and Lilly inspired the Stout (well his ignorance did).

Here is what happened... I did an Oyler consult at a local resturant owned by some VP of Applesbees from way back. He was complaining about how he was going through having to make 50 gallon of sauce every few days and in the middle of me looking at his recipe (in his case) everytime he made his sauce to store in the walk in in those 5 gallon buckets he was adding nearly 40% water. I said, dude.... why don;t you make your sauce base, store it as a stout (which will cut down the labor of actually using and cleaning the big water jackets sauce vat) --- this it would cut this down 40% as well and you would have to do it almost half as often, then when you need sauce, simply add your portion of water - this also frees up your cook. Then in the middle of it... after making this Purgatory/Shack thing.... I decided to take my own advice... thus the video.
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Shack Attack Vintage Early American can be found here

Preferred by Plantation Chefs 7 to 1
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Oh... the code of ingredients is actually embedded in flash titles as I say them... you have to keep your eyes peeled.

I will give you a break.... find a distributor of Cajun Chef. For instance, a gallon of this is like $4 or $5 bucks at Restuarant depot. It is what I call Justin Williams. It LOOKS like Tomato sauce in the film.... its not!
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Pitmaster T's Puragatory (Stout)

Mix in Stainless or Plastic container!

6 Parts Aretha Franklin
1 Part Justin Williams
1 Part Billy Ocean
½ Part Sir Duke - ½ Part Fred Wesley
1 Part Spice Pack

Spice Pack

1/3 Tina Turner
1/3 Larry Graham
1/3 George Clinton and the Parliaments**

Optional – three chicken and three beef bullion cubes.

**Reduce George Clinton to half above if you use the bullion cubes.

Grind or blend up bullion in a little stout liquid. Add spices and enough liquid to make a thin slurry. Blend again. Heat in Microwave 4 to 5 minutes. Blend again. Add to stout, make it funky, close the high hat up and let it break out in a cold sweat for a couple of Boogie nights.


This is the concentrated version of Purgatory... the “stout.” Do not adjust for two days. To adjust to preference see video. Add lemon juice and water and sugar to balance.

Final Purgatory Balance
~6 Parts Stout Base
~2.5 Parts Billy Ocean
Chubby Checker to Taste
Little Richard to Taste

Currently we are prepping parts as quarts. We are adding one cup of Chubby Checker to every 9 quart batch (water and base) and one cup of Little Richard.

There are 8 ounces to a cup, 4 cups to a quart, and 4 quarts to a gallon.
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Brilliant! Heck, I might just like the stout the way it is.

Glad I voted for this one.
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I LOVE the stout. I am like Boshizzle and can drink it... however.... when I add the water at the adjustment in the end... I can drink GLASSES of it! LOL

But in making it a stout and holding it.... I can pull some and go a myriad of ways. And I am... I may actually never make the Hit Me Fred, Beale Street, Candy and others WITHOUT the STOUT!!!!
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The stuff I make for pork (And marinade, and well...heck for lotsa stuff) is pretty much pure vinegar with cayenne, a bit of salt and a wee bit of lemon. I'm thinking the stout is right up my alley.
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The stuff I make for pork (And marinade, and well...heck for lotsa stuff) is pretty much pure vinegar with cayenne, a bit of salt and a wee bit of lemon. I'm thinking the stout is right up my alley.
I love the look of it when it pours out of those big ole pots!
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Time for the Butt Paddle
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http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=139343

Link to the next film.... The Fabulous Butt Paddle
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Fantastic!
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Fantastic!

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... I may actually never make the Hit Me Fred, Beale Street, Candy and others WITHOUT the STOUT!!!!
Any chance on getting a few details?
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