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Old 09-21-2018, 06:12 AM   #3151
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Thanks for the update, Jeremy.

Best of luck in your future endeavors!!

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Old 09-21-2018, 07:16 AM   #3152
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Looking forward to knowing when I can come down and get some of that great Jeremy brisket!
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Old 09-21-2018, 07:51 AM   #3153
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Prized Pig was definitely not an ideal location for most, but was pretty convenient for me and we usually stopped in once a week, or picked up a few pounds of meat on the weekends.
Was pumped when he was going to head up Fat Cap, but I dislike their owners so much I couldn't make myself go. Glad you found a home with the OneFourteen folks, they seem like good people. Got in there last week for your rib night and they did not disappoint. Will hit you guys up at Barehands Brewery tonight for sure.
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Old 09-21-2018, 08:27 AM   #3154
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Thanks for the update, Jeremy, but thanks even more for sharing your pickle recipe.

I have been making pickles using that recipe for everyone and they all love it. Proper credit is given to the Chef.
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Old 09-21-2018, 12:29 PM   #3155
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Prized Pig was definitely not an ideal location for most, but was pretty convenient for me and we usually stopped in once a week, or picked up a few pounds of meat on the weekends.
Was pumped when he was going to head up Fat Cap, but I dislike their owners so much I couldn't make myself go. Glad you found a home with the OneFourteen folks, they seem like good people. Got in there last week for your rib night and they did not disappoint. Will hit you guys up at Barehands Brewery tonight for sure.
Awesome. See you down there. I just fired up the smoker and am getting the ribs on in about a half hour. Beer and bbq. Doesn’t get much better.
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Old 09-21-2018, 01:32 PM   #3156
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Old 09-21-2018, 01:40 PM   #3157
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"Trump" isn't in the original post...
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Old 09-21-2018, 01:41 PM   #3158
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Don't want to see any of it in this thread though either
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Well there you have it all summed up. Sounds like a huge DONT DO IT that our parents warned us of. Then we do it anyway. OK whos next?
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Don't want to see any of it in this thread though either
He was quoting a business man in a thread about a business...
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Old 10-02-2018, 06:46 AM   #3161
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Well there you have it all summed up. Sounds like a huge DONT DO IT that our parents warned us of. Then we do it anyway. OK whos next?
A lot of my friends have tried to encourage me to start my own restaurant or food truck. I do not have the entrepreneur spirit to put it all on the line to try to make it work! The margins on food are slim and the work is long!!!!!

My hat is off to the OP for making what sounds like a SUCCESSFUL go at it. As a business, it sounds like some stuff went wrong in a perfect storm. But it sounds like the people loved the food and you were good at it! I wish you much success moving forward!
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Old 10-02-2018, 09:25 AM   #3162
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He was quoting a business man in a thread about a business...
I'm guessing the quote isn't the problem - the false attribution is. It gets attributed to Winston Churchill as well (as do many things), but apparantly he didn't say it either. Basically a quote in the thread was faked to falsely attribute a quote. Not sure why anybody would do that.

Anyway - fark all that nonsense - marbuzo - thanks for keeping us posted! I hope to check out yer cooking one day. All the best to you - you've certainly busted yer butt and perservered, and it is inspiring to see. I have learned that I'd rather eat delicious homemade pickles and read about somebody else running a restaurant instead of doing it myself!
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I'm guessing the quote isn't the problem - the false attribution is. It gets attributed to Winston Churchill as well (as do many things), but apparantly he didn't say it either. Basically a quote in the thread was faked to falsely attribute a quote. Not sure why anybody would do that.
I had never heard the quote myself until reading it here. But thank you for the reply as it got me to Googling and that gets one to learning!
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A lot of my friends have tried to encourage me to start my own restaurant or food truck. I do not have the entrepreneur spirit to put it all on the line to try to make it work! The margins on food are slim and the work is long!!!!!

My hat is off to the OP for making what sounds like a SUCCESSFUL go at it. As a business, it sounds like some stuff went wrong in a perfect storm. But it sounds like the people loved the food and you were good at it! I wish you much success moving forward!
I agree and disagree, the cost of a spouse is hard to quantify both financially and emotionally. Your correct sounds like he had things nailed pretty well, but business can always be fickle.
And I too lack the intestinal fortitude to start a business so I appreciated the story.
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