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Unread 06-29-2004, 11:35 AM   #1
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Stucue is feeding half the state of Oklahoma. Frognot is transporting quality Tx. beef to Tennesee. On the 4th the better half and I are going over to friends around noon than catching a plane down to San Antonio to see my folks and spend the 5th there for Dad's 73rd B-day. Probably do some turds and chicken, and make the rest up as we go. Make me jealous!
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Hauling the Cimmaron to my folks, cooking for them, my Grandmother and Aunt and Uncle. Having burnt ends (4 points saved in the freezer) and baby back ribs. Dads doing sides, I'm sure there will be beans and pasta salad. My Aunt is bringing desert, her buttermilk chocolate cake (awesome) with ice cream and something else made from blackberries. :D :D
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Unread 06-29-2004, 12:19 PM   #3
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Mopping up the drool mod. Sounds great!
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Putting a 5# trimmed flat in the WSM at 10am.

Will be attneding the Naperville Rib Festival from noon to 2pm.

Will come back and the brisket should be pretty far along, maybe ready to wrap by then.

Throw on a fatty or 2, brisket and fatties at around 6pm.
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Having a mini Bash at Mike's. Brisket, ribs, chicken, brats, gravlox, turds, and Texoma Cajun (thanks ChiBill and Phil)
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Having a mini Bash at Mike's. Brisket, ribs, chicken, brats, gravlox, turds, and Texoma Cajun (thanks ChiBill and Phil)
So Bill slipped you nuts, AND meat at the Bash?
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Having a mini Bash at Mike's. Brisket, ribs, chicken, brats, gravlox, turds, and Texoma Cajun (thanks ChiBill and Phil)
So Bill slipped you nuts, AND meat at the Bash?
And he got to jump all over Phils clean probe
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I'm doing the concert thing. Loopfest. The line up is Tesla, Blue Oyster Cult, ZZ top, and The doors (sans Jim Morrison).

Doing a cookout on Saturday for a dozen or so people. Gonna fire up the pit on Thursday for Brisket and butt. Gonna do chicken parts, fatties, and ribs the day of.
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Going to my mothers for our annual cook. 16 butts, 1/2 whole hog, 20
pounds various kinds of sausage, 10 fatties, 2 turkeys, 6 chickens, 1whole
cured ham, fresh creamed corn, various fresh garden veggies, salads, beans, home grown tomatoes, almond and cream cheese pound cakes, and homemade icecream. My oldest sister has a custom built pit that has
an 8 * 4 cooking surface, counter weighted lid and all that, built on a
20 * 30 slab, covered. The fire box is a 150 gallon propane tank with the
ends cut out. It stands on its end with a door cut on the bottom. The wood
goes in the top(hickory and red oak), and the coals come out the bottom.
The coals are then shoveled into the back door in the rear of the pit.
We usually cook at least 1/2 a hog and a dozen or so butts in the ground,
the old fashioned way, but we have had so much rain, not this year.
The 4th is my mothers birthday(76th). We will feed 70 or 80 between
Friday night and Monday, main meal Sunday will be about 20.
If you happen to be about 2 1/2 miles north of Silas,AL stop by HA. 90 miles north of Mobile, 45 miles se of Medridian,MS, right on the edge of
the planet. I can never accuse anyone of being a country boy.
"Got a pig in the ground and the beer on ice, all my roughty friends are
coming over tonight" (Hank Jr). Thats US...
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Scary as it is I know exactly where that is. Had a buddy that was from Laurel Ms. and we used to take 84 to get there when we made trips from Georgia. Wish I'd be in the neighborhood! Best wishes to your Mother on her 76th!
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Going to my mothers for our annual cook. 16 butts, 1/2 whole hog, 20
pounds various kinds of sausage, 10 fatties, 2 turkeys, 6 chickens, 1whole
cured ham, fresh creamed corn, various fresh garden veggies, salads, beans, home grown tomatoes, almond and cream cheese pound cakes, and homemade icecream. My oldest sister has a custom built pit that has
an 8 * 4 cooking surface, counter weighted lid and all that, built on a
20 * 30 slab, covered. The fire box is a 150 gallon propane tank with the
ends cut out. It stands on its end with a door cut on the bottom. The wood
goes in the top(hickory and red oak), and the coals come out the bottom.
The coals are then shoveled into the back door in the rear of the pit.

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I am going to be in Vegas so I will have plenty of beer in me but most likely no BBQ.
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Your in Austin 70 miles what am i missing.
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Going to my mothers for our annual cook. 16 butts, 1/2 whole hog, 20
pounds various kinds of sausage, 10 fatties, 2 turkeys, 6 chickens, 1whole
cured ham, fresh creamed corn, various fresh garden veggies, salads, beans, home grown tomatoes, almond and cream cheese pound cakes, and homemade icecream. My oldest sister has a custom built pit that has
an 8 * 4 cooking surface, counter weighted lid and all that, built on a
20 * 30 slab, covered. The fire box is a 150 gallon propane tank with the
ends cut out. It stands on its end with a door cut on the bottom. The wood
goes in the top(hickory and red oak), and the coals come out the bottom.
The coals are then shoveled into the back door in the rear of the pit.

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You ain't kidding Greg.

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Mike. Please take pics!!!
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I get to be fed this weekend - guy at my wife's work has a monster home built horizontal and does a BBQ party near the 4th every year. Based on last year I will be recuperating on Sunday until it is time to fire off some hardware( We live in Harris County outside the city limits and way more fireworks are legal than should be)

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Hey Jorge..I will convey your wishes to my mom and thanks.
Small world !!
And I forgot to mention that on Saturday night we will take a
breath with a pot of corn on the cob, potatoes, sausage, fresh
gulf shrimp and other stuff boiled in a large pot.
And this: I'll have sauces from New York, Chicago, South Dakota,
and a rub from Oklahoma. My family will ask "this stuff is awsome,
where did you get it?" My answer.....FRIENDS.....priceless.
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