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  1. Ron_L

    *** 2020 BBQ Brethren Chicago-area Mid Winter Lunch! Jan 25, 2020***

    We have a date and place! January 25th, 11:30AM Garage Band Brewing, Plainfield, IL Food provided by Station One Smokehouse! Full details and link to the sign up sheet are at the link below... Spread the work! Brethren members from...
  2. S

    Steak for Lunch

    One of the great perks of working from home is being able to grill some meat for lunch. Today, I grilled a steak on my Weber Kettle and I'm really enjoying it. WHat's your favorite lunch item to throw on the smoker?
  3. Ron_L

    **** Location Updated!!!**** Annual Northern Illinois Brethren Mid Winter Gathering, 2018 Edition!!! - Saturday, Jan. 27th, 2018

    It's that that time of year again! We now have a place and time! **** Annual Northern Illinois (and surrounding states) Brethren Mid Winter Gathering, 2018 Edition!!! BBQ Supply Co. 6954 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60645 Pit to Plate Family Style Lunch Saturday, January 27th, 1pm - 3pm...
  4. Ron_L

    **** Annual Northern Illinois Brethren Mid Winter Gathering, 2016 Edition!!! - Saturday, Jan. 30th, 2016

    ****We are now at 70 adults and two kids. Anyone wishing to come beyond that will go on the wait list. Please check the list below and make sure that I have the right number of people for you. If your plans change, please let me know as soon as possible! Also, if I don't have your...
  5. J

    Fire Roasted Hatch Chiles Mac & Cheese!!!

    I have been getting some Fantastic produce from a local Heirloom farmer. He has a thing for Spicy Chiles (LUCKILY!!) and this year he got his hands on some seeds from New Mexico. They are the spiciest variety they produce and they have the Perfect amount of heat!!! I took 5 and fire roasted them...