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Old 05-23-2011, 10:26 AM
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Memory must still be OK,,, better than mine for sure, I was so busy consuming it that it didn't really matter what it was,,it sure was tasty,
That sounds like a good way to do it.. get the flavors distributed evenly that way,,
I'm gonna try that, Thanks,,
are you going to the drags this year,, if so which ones? I think I like the reunion the best,, might try for that again this year
I did have plans to go to the NHRA nats in Indy, but not too sure bout that yet.. I hate huge elbow bumping crowds like that would be,,
I'll be where ever you want to go in my area, name the place! I like them all, this spring has been the pits, a wet year so far. I am thinking of taking the coupe to Winfields and the reunion in Bakersfield, same one we went to last fall. NHRA, if it weren't so much fun, no one would go! go, go, go. You won't regret it.

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Old 05-23-2011, 10:39 AM
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I'll be where ever you want to go in my area, name the place! I like them all, this spring has been the pits, a wet year so far. I am thinking of taking the coupe to Winfields and the reunion in Bakersfield, same one we went to last fall. NHRA, if it weren't so much fun, no one would go! go, go, go. You won't regret it.
Good point,,,,,,,,,, The Nats are the first week in Sept,, and the reunion the last of Oct,, lots of traveling , but The reunion will most likely win out..
Going to indy would include having to put up with my wifes ancient aunt,, who my wife would visit while I go to the drags,, but just a few minutes with her is enough to last a lifetime,,,
Its gonna take some thinkin,,,
but the reunion for sure
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I started the weekend off early. Had a awesome BBQ. 2 tri tips one cooked on the gas grill and one with charcoal. Ribs with Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and a skinless beer can chicken. I was too busy eating the ribs and tri tip to try the chicken. There was more stuff that could have went on there. They said the beer can chicken was good. The tri tip cooked on the charcoal was favored over the one cooked on the gas grill.
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Old 05-27-2011, 12:04 PM
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I was wondering where you had dropped off to and I should have known you were up to your eyeballs in great looking food. Your photography might even be as good as your barbeque but I guess I'll have to take your word for that - - - - sure looks larapin' All that and a Heineken too???

After we get back from my first born grand daughter's HS graduation tonight (6 hours round trip) I'm gonna stay home for 3 days and burn something too.

Thanks for sharing but you know you just ruined my supper that will have to be eaten on the road.
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I'm still thinking about that BBQ.
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I'm still thinking about that BBQ 2 days later. They want to have another one just like that in a few weeks. My niece made most of the sides. There was marinated portabello mushrooms. The foil packs on the grill had Vidalia onions and the asparagus in them. There was pitchers of Sangria and some other different kinds beer. Never made it as far as making Margaritas. There was also salmon and brats that never made it to the BBQ. I never made it as far as the tri tip sandwiches, I didn't want the bread weighing me down.
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Old 05-27-2011, 01:56 PM
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I didn't want the bread weighing me down.
spoken like a true Barbeque connoisseur - - - once I get moved closer to our boys then hopefully we can throw some get togethers like that.
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Yum Yum - - Silverhawk would call those "larapin" !

I haven't done a rack of pork ribs in a long time and
I'm way over due. Damn I'm hungry now !

However, I did find me a charcoal/smoker that I'm
gonna buy at Academy Sports. It is made by
Oklahoma Joe's from good heavy gauge steel and
costs only $299. Just the right size for me and the
Wiffy but, if I had to, I could probably do 2 briskets easily.
However, I might have to do some creative
thinking to get a couple of beer butt birds in there.
They had another model for $399 but it only had
a few more bells and whistles but not any more
grilling surface or capacity.

Sears has a simliar set up on sale right now. It looks like it is heavier gauge metal. It has metal wheels and the grates are made better than some of the other I looked at.
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There is a thread on the texasbbqforums talking about the drumstick holders. I didn't think much of them until I got to the part about wrapping the drumsticks with bacon and the fat drips down. I had to go and buy one to see how it works.
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I just put a 7# Briskit and a 9# pork butt in the fridge to soak over night,,
gotta get it going early mananna' to make sure its smoked long enough,,
i'll get some picts when I get-er goin
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Yeah I saw that but I just don't like drum sticks or thighs (the chicken kind that is ) so it would be a waste for me. However, the best thing about them is that they are always the cheapest chicken you can buy at the market.
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I might have to go back to Sears and snag one of those smokers. The sale ends on the 31st. Lowes has Kingsford charcoal on sale now, 2 bags for the price of one. They are 16 pound bags and they ended up costing $3.74 each.
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Old 05-29-2011, 06:37 PM
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I just put a 7# Briskit and a 9# pork butt in the fridge to soak over night,,
gotta get it going early mananna' to make sure its smoked long enough,,
i'll get some picts when I get-er goin
Can you post the taste and smell as well as the pics
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Can you post the taste and smell as well as the pics
Amigo???
It's all good as long as it's real BBQ. You don't want to be seeing someone cooking ribs in the oven or on a gas grill. That just ain't right.
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Old 05-29-2011, 09:49 PM
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Yeah I saw that but I just don't like drum sticks or thighs (the chicken kind that is ) so it would be a waste for me. However, the best thing about them is that they are always the cheapest chicken you can buy at the market.

I kinda prefer the breasts myself

Can you post the taste and smell as well as the pics
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I'll see what I can do about that,, I found a spice place That has chipolte powder,, and just about any other you can think of,, including the jallapinner flakes,, need some more?
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