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Unread 01-24-2013, 03:51 PM   #1
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Default Big Mista's B.A.P.O.M.!

I have the day off today so I went up to the Century City Farmer's Mkt. to score some lunch from Big Mista. I got the Big Azz Pile of Meat. When Mista says it's a Big Azz Pile of Meat, you better believe it's a Big Azz Pile of Meat!

This'll keep me and the family busy for a little while, what with me doing the portion control and all. I did eat a little more than normal, but I rarely get out to see Big Mista so I figured living it up a little was the right thing to do today.



Now you're only seeing the top layer. All this what you're seeing is laying on a bed of pulled pork and brisket.

Gotta talk about the pastrami - hard to describe without using expletives. Farking amazing! Neil - you have a serious winner there.

I never give turkey breast much thought - I was really surprised at how good this was - tender, flavorful, juicy - all that! I should start cooking these - or maybe keep trying to get Thursdays off & go score from Mista. I'm guessing this is brined, yes?

Brisket - lots of folks have trouble getting one cooked correctly - how does he nail several on a consistent basis? Untrimmed spares were also really great as was the pulled pork. The hot links rocked my world too - I have a weakness for hot links, and these are just farking killer.

I should have gotten sides, but I figured I had my work cut out for me as it was. I got some spicy sauce on the side - Big Mista's BBQ doesn't need sauce, but I did hit some bites with it - great stuff! It's good to mix it up a little between nekkid and sauced.

Great food Neil - I hope your business continues to flourish - you certainly deserve any and all success that comes your way.

BTW I was gonna wait until the lunch rush, which was just starting as I split, got really busy so I could sneak off with the Ranch Kettle.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 03:52 PM   #2
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Nice work Mista! I am jealous gtr.
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Why even cook your own food.
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Why even cook your own food.
So we can aspire to be as good as Bigmista, of course!!

Dang, that looks good!!
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Mind if I ask how much $$ and how many hungry ppl it would feed?
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So we can aspire to be as good as Bigmista, of course!!

Dang, that looks good!!
His bbq is good, ive had it a bbq comp before. Gives me something to grade my own cooking.
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Niel learned to BBQ here, we can all do it.

That is a wonderful looking pile of meat.
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Mind if I ask how much $$ and how many hungry ppl it would feed?
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That is a good lookin' pile of meat!
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That is a Great Looking Pile of Meat !!
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i'm asking for donations so i can afford the gas to go down there and eat some of that great food. looks rediculously awesome !
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Outstanding!
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Mind if I ask how much $$ and how many hungry ppl it would feed?
That was $20, and I'm thinking he threw some extra on there. I could see that being easily enough meat for 4 or 5 people, or 2 or 3 hawgs. I had a lunch, I know my whole family will get plenty tonight (me, the wife, and 10 & 12 year old boys), and I'm guessing there'll still be some left over. Now if I wasn't watching my portions it'd be a whole 'nother story. If I was in my 20's and herbally enhanced and/or sauced I probably could have almost dusted the whole thing.

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I'll admit the thought passed through my head as I was eating lunch.

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That is a wonderful looking pile of meat.
I've stumbled across a couple of old threads where Big Mista is saying "I gotta try cooking one of those briskets sometime"!
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