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Unread 08-08-2004, 08:47 PM   #16
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WAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP! well you might have heard about the weekend successes of the CT BBQ Team... here is the team with the new hardware...

excellent quote...

Sharon... in response to the chicken... "This tastes like ****!"... that one sure made phils day... I was the only one in the group to like it...

what an awesome experience... we should all be so lucky to have a stress free mentor like phil!!! :)

to add to what JMcgrath said... if it wasnt for a neighbor with an extra fire extinguisher... we'd have been running out with a vengance to find a home depot... MAKE A CHECKLIST of MUST HAVES if you compete... phil did an excellent job, but make sure you check with the local officials to see what is needed...

more later... I need sleep...
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Unread 08-08-2004, 08:59 PM   #17
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Josh, Phil, and All.
Allready said my congrats, but I can't pass this one up!
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to add to what JMcgrath said... if it wasnt for a neighbor with an extra fire extinguisher...
I bet that is the last time he does that!
Probably "Whopped his A**" with results
Too funny!
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Unread 08-08-2004, 09:03 PM   #18
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they were pretty cool... had a kick ass rig they rolled up into thier trailer-home... the trailer was designed for cycles/snow mobiles... they have a big ass winch installed and just pulled up a big ass rotisserie style smoker into the back and drive off... looks like one of those things in a supermarket doing chickens (sans the glass) pretty damn cool... it was awesome to see all the different rigs... there were a couple more Klose's... Many Langs (I'd say they had the biggest contingent)... a bandera/WSM combo... Big Green Eggs... some other custom rigs... and the guy who won it was using 3 WSMs and a Kettle... what a great time...
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you know things are "interesting" when phil says (after loading his Klose up to accellerate some damn brisket cooking it was running at 390 or so) "how hot are those WSMs (we had 2)"... "350-375" :) was my reply... we working on getting all kinds of **** done... phil just shook his head... we chuckled a bit and kept on cooking...
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you know things are "interesting" when phil says (after loading his Klose up to accellerate some damn brisket cooking it was running at 390 or so) "how hot are those WSMs (we had 2)"... "350-375" :) was my reply... we working on getting all kinds of **** done... phil just shook his head... we chuckled a bit and kept on cooking...

c'mpon josh..tell the truth.. When i asked you that.. your first answer was "about 800 degrees".

Thats when my eyes rolled and u said 350....


Briskets were locked tight at 160 and 170 at 11PM.. we had to accelerate... so we wrapped them and cranked up the cookers just to get past the "stuck" spot.

I asked a friend and new smoke nut to join us.. Paul... he made the trek up. He's the dad of my daughters best friend who just picked up Backwoods Smoker. We'll be assembling it this week and he will be joining us here. Jackie was preoocupied so just help out a tiny bit... Anyone who was at B3 met paul..he was one of the dads throwing the kids in the pool.

Theres is more food in the trailer than we know what to do with... 2 coolers with food..... the BYC still had some chafing dishes in it with ribs and wings, we're missing some cheeses and fatties and some leftover lamb..... Either the cats or coons will find them out there tonight.. or I'll be facing a science project in the morning. Cant wait..

The chicken pretty much sucked.. used a rub that Dave Klose sendt up and found it extremely salty..... guess the judses like salt... that was an inedible 1st place chicken..IMO

ribs were a timing issue.. never again making them in the WSM.. the klsoe does a much better job.. a lesson learned.. put the briskets and butts in the WSMs and forget them.. do the ribs and chicken in the offset... did the rinbs at grillkings also, both times the ribs were overdone...

Brisket was a kobe... totally awesome... this was best one ever.. shouldve taken first.. but i'll settle for second..


got 2 hours sleep last night.. gonna crash ....more details tomoroow..
Heres osme pictures.... check out the tattoos the daughters got... they got labeled the "Charcoal Chicks". My daughter is jackie, on the right.

Notice the hat on our table between the trophies... thats gregs(parrotheads) hat. I brought it with me to keep with the tream... He was there looking over us .. right next to Fudo and the schaffer can. "missing man Formation".

Fudo got moved the the top of the klose where he watched over us...

more tomorrwo guys...
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Photo kicks ass.

Fudo, and Shaeffer, made the trip

you just made my night.

Sleep well, brothers
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Congrats on another great showing. I notice a trend here about competitions. THE BRETHREN KICKS A$$.
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to add to what JMcgrath said... if it wasnt for a neighbor with an extra fire extinguisher... we'd have been running out with a vengance to find a home depot... MAKE A CHECKLIST of MUST HAVES if you compete... phil did an excellent job, but make sure you check with the local officials to see what is needed...
This is what our barbecue community is about. If you need it and I have it, it's yours. Sure, you'll run across the occasional jerk, but mostly this is is how things work. I heard about the extinguisher shuffle, but never got the details. I'm glad things worked out.

I hope more of you can make it up to New England to enjoy our hospitality.

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What an awesome turnout! I am proud of you guys! Way to go!!!
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You go dude! I wish I was there. So scheduled out now, it isn't funny. We are moving up the restaraunt schedule and will start offering pulled pork and wings come labor day weekend.

Busier than fark mod.

You guys rock. Can't complain about your placement at all.

Next year my friend. We will take it all.
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Brothers in Smoke, you guys rock. Congratulations.
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We'll be looking for 'details' when you can think straight!! Great job. Really glad everyone pulled together as a team. Congrats to you, Phil, Josh, and "dad of Jackie's best friend" :D (I don't remember your name - after meeting you at two bashes you'd think I'd remember!) and to Sharon for being honest and wrong about the chicken (but then she doesn't like my socks with sandals look, either!)

Fire extinguisher will have a prominent place on the Southern Brethren Checklist! Tim and I have the advantage of having RVs so we can always pull one out of one of the "homes".

Again: Really great job. Phil, you are an inspiration and definatley "lead from the front". Thanks for being a PooBah that takes initiative.
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Congradulations bros.
Great job!!
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We'll be looking for 'details' when you can think
Fire extinguisher will have a prominent place on the Southern Brethren Checklist! Tim and I have the advantage of having RVs so we can always pull one out of one of the "homes".
make sure it is a ABC type fire extinguisher...
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Way to go guys!!! Congratulations!! Sure makes the rest of us proud (and honored) to be Brethren!
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