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Old 06-26-2016, 01:04 AM   #1
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My first younger brother is a manager at one of the Costco's in the bay area. For the past several years he has been heading up the fundraising drive for Children's Miracle Network. His big event is selling baked goods provided by mom and sisters. And cheese steaks cooked by brothers 3 and 4 to his coworkers on a Saturday afternoon. This year he wanted to bring some BBQ on board. That's where big bro comes in. Brother #2 cooks pop tarts and burns chicken a couple times a year.

We decided to go with pulled pork given my time frame to cook in, and the cost to profit margin. We set it up as a plate with PP, smoked beans, cornbread and sauce on the side (sweet mild commercial tomato based and homemade hot vinegar sauce)

I didn't get any plated pics but here are a few of the process and event.

Using some mesquite lump to get the temp up and light the hickory logs (always my wood of choice)
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My little space in my bros driveway
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Pork on!
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Making the beans
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Pork done!
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Bro #3 cookin up the cheese steaks!
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Them beans
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Bros 3 and 4 hard at work!
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The pork took about 10hrs in a pit temp range of 245-275

When all was said and done the foundation got a check for a little over $1,400.00 Not a bad day. But I plan on helping again next year with a goal of over $2,000.00

Thanks Ben for putting this all together! Thanks mom, Irina, Leana and Marina for all the baking and selling! Thanks Niko and Sergei for all that griddle time, transport and clean-up. You guys rock! And dad for gopher/shuttle driver of the month!

Thanks for looking!
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Old 06-26-2016, 01:08 AM   #2
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That looks like a lot of tasty grub!
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Old 06-26-2016, 01:23 AM   #3
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Nice job Josh!
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Nothing better than a family effort for lifetime memories, and all the better when done for a worthwhile charity. Kudos for your family.

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Good on you guys for what you did for charity. The food looks great.
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Great Job! Everything looks great
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Good on all of ya Josh!
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Looks like you kids did it up right.
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Awesome job Josh & family!
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That was a really nice cook for a Great Cause
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Excellent work for a great cause.

That's the way a family should come together!
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Fantastic job all around, I'm sure you'll meet and exceed your goal next year.
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Very awesome!
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Thanks for all the positive feedback! I love to cook and when you get to do it for a good cause it makes it all that much better.
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