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Unread 06-30-2006, 10:07 AM   #1
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Wink 4th of July

So what is everyone cooking for the 4th of July?

I have four days off for the holiday and I am going to make it a smoking 4th of July! I am going to be doing ribs, a chuck roast and chicken thighs! It has been a little while since I have had time to smoke anything so I am excited! Since I have 4 days I think I might even grill a few ribeye steaks as well! Should be some good eats!!
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Doing my first brisket for about 9 months. Hope I remember how. Should be done in about 9 months - right?
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i am going to try to do my first brisket ever. trying to decide on how as the more i look around, the more little variations on cooking i find. looks like most will foil, either after 4-5 hours or at around 160*, then bring it to 190-195 and then into a cooloer to rest. does that sound right since you have done one?
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Doing my first brisket for about 9 months. Hope I remember how. Should be done in about 9 months - right?
Which cooker?
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Small catering job for 75.
6 Butts, 2 - 13 lb. Briskets, 50 Chicken Thighs, 30 Hot Dogs, 1 whole Salmon and 50 ABT's.
The smoke she will be a rollin' out of the Ol' Lang!!!!!!
Beers for me (when everything is ABOUT done) and a big box full of fireworks.
Ain't taking nothing else. I smoke the meat, they serve it themselves and take anything else they want. Throw the meat to em' and leave at 3 to come home and PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Two butt's, two briskets and three whole chickens! That will be a good day or so of cooking.
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Ribs....Lots and lots of ribs. I bought a case of ribs at Restuarant Depot and I am gonna smoke them all. I will have farking ribs coming out my ears.
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Jimmy Buffet concert tomorrow down at the beach, so tailgate party going on there.

Sunday off to a friends, so letting THEM COOK....

Monday is my day to do some practice runs for Grill kings.. chicken and ribs, and doing a brisket or 2 for a friend.. and ME..
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Doing my first brisket for about 9 months. Hope I remember how. Should be done in about 9 months - right?
That depends on how big your meat is... Figure about a month per pound and you'll be OK.

I have two briskets I'm going to cook, but I don't know which day yet. Weather forecast is for thunderstorms every evening until Tuesday, so I may wait until then.
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Butts; lots om 'em. Veritable butt hoarding. $0.97/lb
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Butts, chicken, steaks (on the grill, of course), home made sausage - maybe.

Happy fourth, ya'all!
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doin a butt and a rack of spares in the big smoker for me and the fiance, I did find me a brisket for 79cents a pound, regularly 1.28 a pound but walmart matched united. gonna do some ABTs and some roasted corn as well. will freeze the brisket for another day unless i got froggy and cook it tomorrow. but it way to much for just me and her. anyone got a foodsaver they wanna send me ?
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Well, starting Sunday I'm cooking for the CBJ school in Lake Placid. I've already cooked 4 briskets and 6 butts. Tonight I'm cooking 24 slabs ribs and 4 more very small flats.

Sunday is reheating and chicken day, 20 breasts, 30 legs and 90 thighs. I have a ton of help to do the 108 boxes.

On Monday I'm cooking 50 slabs ribs for the kids Q and then giving a cooking demonstration in the evening.

Then the easy part, a KCBS contest. Next weekend Asbury
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I am doing a 10lb brisket, 2lb fatty, and a pot of beans tomorrow. I am off the weekend, work Monday, and off Tuesday, so no long weekend for me.
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