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|09-17-2009, 11:50 AM||#1|
Got rid of the matchlight.
Join Date: 09-15-09
Location: Tacoma, WA
BBQ in Panama
I live in the Highlands in Panama.
At present I have been working at my business in the USA and returning home to the wife and kids in Panama about 8 times a year.
We are about to have a new baby girl. I am likely to decide to stay there at home in Panama.
When down there in Panama, I always put on open BBQ's at the house. I have been very good through my life at cooking in general and BBQ and grill in specific. I have built my own grills, smokers and BBQ's and use them.
I find that there is a shortage of BBQ (plenty of good grill though) in Panama while having a very high demand.
I plan on taking the BBQ to a professional level. My plan entails a land based smoker BBQ at my finca, and a mobile set up for ferias (fairs/festivals) there are fiestas somewhere close every week (Panamanians really love their party) so my plan is to take the thing mobile as I feel like.
In a nutshell I am looking for ideas and input on the mobile side of things. I will be wanting to try to limit the amount of transport to what I can haul in and behid with my 150 HP diesel Nissan Frontier, at least initially until I get a larger capacity set up.
Any helpful input will be appreciated.
By the way if anyone here is heading to Panama, feel free to give me a PM/call. I have a large place with a fantastic view in Volcan Panama.
PanamaReg There ain't no such thing as a milk-pig.
|09-17-2009, 12:54 PM||#2|
somebody shut me the fark up.
Join Date: 09-02-05
Location: Rockin' Lake Ronfarkoma, Hinterlands of BBQ .
Good luck on your venture and meanwhile, move on over to Cattle Car and give yourself a proper introduction.
Illuminated, circa 1967.
KCBS CBJ-Texas Transplant.
Texas Smokemaster offset, Well-cured NB Silver Smoker, Santa Fe grill (retired). glory bee gasser.
Texas International Pop Festival, Labor Day 1969.
Just roll me up and smoke me when I die.
Always remember, no matter where ya go,
there you are.
I wanna tell you 'bout Texas radio and the big beat.
Someday, I hope to visit Penelope.
Hondo Crouch, Famous Late Mayor of Lunkenbach, Texas who advocated a 'dillo diet: "You can eat nothing but armadillos for a month, but you will have to run down and catch all the armadillos you eat and it can really take the weight off!"
|09-17-2009, 04:07 PM||#3|
Quintessential Chatty Farker
Join Date: 12-15-07
Build yourself a rig that can grill and smoke.
Mine is almost as light as I can get it and I tow with a 4 banger most of the time.
Slappin that bass like some delerious funky preist!!!
UDS, Half Pint (Mini UDS), Weber, ProQ 20, Kegrilla
*250 gallon cooker- 'The Meat Beast!!'*
British BBQ Championships
Grand Champion 2008
British BBQ Society - Southern Championship
Grand Champions 2009
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