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Old 06-20-2010, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default 1st big BBQ a sucess!

Lots of compliments, lots of second helpings, lots of inquries about future parties! Had a lot of fun too....








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Congrats! That looks like a good time all around.
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Good Job! Good looking food too, from what I could see...what was on the menu?
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Good Job! Good looking food too, from what I could see...what was on the menu?
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I cooked brisket (2 weighing about 20 lbs) and 6 pork loin about 7 lbs each. I sliced and sauced some of it and left some of it without sauce.

kept it warm on an inexpensive chafing rack. My wife made potatoe salad. That was our contribution. The rest was brought by guests at the party.

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