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Old 04-13-2014, 08:28 PM   #421
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Mac and I had a chance to talk sitting in the airport and while I know it wasn't planned this way, Mac and I agreed we LOVED the way the day evolved with the weather and everything else going on. Peeps made a couple of fatties, some bisquits & cheese for breakfast (they were great) starting about 8:30. Then starting around 11:30 or so it seemed like one or two different things were coming off one of the cookers ever hour or so. Fatties & biscuits for breakfast, then sausages & ribs, then turkey, then lamb & beef gyros, then charro beans followed by more turkey & chicken, then the first of 3 briskets, then more chicken & sausages, then epic fatty, pig shots, and more brisket and that doesn't even count the great sides & deserts. We were litterally eating something GREAT all day long with plenty of time to socialize. What a great day of food and fellowship!

PS: We are home safe & sound (and whipped!).
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:09 PM   #422
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Next time i'm am so shigging DaveAlvarado (just kidding, then i wouldn't get to visit with everybody else and they were such a cool bunch that i "worked the room" trying to hear everything, which was made harder by the crazy wind. Case in point, when peeps tried to introduce me to dwfisk, i thought Dave was peeps' FIL. BTW, Dave had on a Florida cap and a fisherman's shirt. And that's before me any consuming any alcohol).
Your brisket was better than any brisket I have EVER cooked. The only reason I didn't eat more of Dave's brisket is because I was already full of your brisket.

Soooo, looks like you have a goal for the next NorTex Bash. Nothing wrong with a good spirited competition. Let me know if I you need me to come to your house and taste-test your brisket cooks. I'm pretty busy, but I'll do what I can to make time to eat your BBQ. What are friends for?

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Old 04-13-2014, 09:10 PM   #423
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Glad you made it Home Safe DWFisk n Mac .
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:11 PM   #424
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We had the same wind north of you guys. My EZ-up folded (with no sides on) and a table loaded with about 60-80lbs just blew over.

It makes it a little easier for me because I almost loaded up the truck and headed to Dallas before I lighted the smokers Saturday morning. 20mph+ is too much wind for me. I would have been twice as upset if I had packed up to move 4 hrs just to still be cooking in the wind.
My canopy did OK at our campsite as we luckily had a nice wall of trees acting as a wind barrier to make it more of a gentle breeze at the campsite. At the pavilion area, though, the wind would have laughed at a portable canopy and took it for a trip across the park!!!

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Mac and I had a chance to talk sitting in the airport and while I know it wasn't planned this way, Mac and I agreed we LOVED the way the day evolved with the weather and everything else going on. Peeps made a couple of fatties, some bisquits & cheese for breakfast (they were great) starting about 8:30. Then starting around 11:30 or so it seemed like one or two different things were coming off one of the cookers ever hour or so. Fatties & biscuits for breakfast, then sausages & ribs, then turkey, then lamb & beef gyros, then charro beans followed by more turkey & chicken, then the first of 3 briskets, then more chicken & sausages, then epic fatty, pig shots, and more brisket and that doesn't even count the great sides & deserts. We were litterally eating something GREAT all day long with plenty of time to socialize. What a great day of food and fellowship!

PS: We are home safe & sound (and whipped!).
Glad you guys made it home safely!

I also loved having something coming off every hour or so for bites throughout the day...it allowed us to eat a bit of everything without getting TOOOOO miserably full!

You guys plan a Florida bash and with enough notice, we could maybe swing a trip out there depending on timing.
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:13 PM   #425
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Oh, yeah, the pig shots were my first, and they were really very tasty. I definitely plan to make some for my next party.

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Allrighty Now, so in October there will be a Brisket Cookoff. I'm in. Judging at 5:30 PM. All entries will be numbered so no favoritism. Entrants can't Judge.
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Oh, yeah, the pig shots were my first, and they were really very tasty. I definitely plan to make some for my next party.

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They are good but very labor intensive! Use thick cut bacon as the thin stuff won't make a rigid enough "cup" for the stuffings you choose.
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:16 PM   #428
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Mmmmm...brisket cookoff at the next bash! I like that idea
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Next Time one of Yall make some 7 Cheese Smoked Mac n Cheese!! And Cowgirl needs to come down......
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I am the current reigning "Bernards Family and Friends Memorial Day Backyard BBQ CookOff" Brisket Champion 2 years running............. Just Sayin........And come
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Old 04-13-2014, 10:24 PM   #432
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Just for the record, peeps made every attempt to invite us to the Bash. This working for a living really sucks at times.

Thanks peeps for making the attempt. We will try to make one ASAP. Glad everyone had such a good time. Great pic's of good folks, fellowship and food and good to see some faces with the names.

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Old 04-13-2014, 10:26 PM   #433
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I'll keep ya in the loop for future bashes, Mike!
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Old 04-13-2014, 10:38 PM   #434
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Allrighty Now, so in October there will be a Brisket Cookoff. I'm in. Judging at 5:30 PM. All entries will be numbered so no favoritism. Entrants can't Judge.
That sounds like a plan. Sorry I couldn't make this one, but look forward to October and some summer get togethers at some BBQ joints. I'll save a couple of Beef Short Rib racks for the next time.
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Hell, I mentioned earlier about a SoTex Bash, but y'all had so much fun, I might even want to drive North...

Looks like a great time was had by all.
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