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Unread 04-26-2013, 03:38 AM   #1
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Default "Happy Phriday Pharkers,what's Smoking this Weekend?"

Today a Photoshoot for magazine,tomorrow Tony Stone comp practice (KCBS style).


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Unread 04-26-2013, 04:04 AM   #2
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Today I'm cooking the prime Rib I dry aged for 28 days. My mouth is watering already!!!
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My shoulder and butt went over so well last week and I still have a bit of injection and glaze left I think I might do another butt sunday with some chicken quarters. I think I am stuck doing moving duty for a buddy tomorrow so not sure about tomorrows cook
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Just a little cook Saturday for a party at the farm for my son's HS graduating class, football & weightlifting teams. Couple of briskets, 4 butts, 30 chicken quarters, six pounds SL rib tip & trimmings, beans, slaw ice cream sundaies & smores by the campfire.
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Cooking for a family get together: 4 butts, a brisket, maybe some ribs, ABTs, and I might do some Moink Balls.
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Finished the firebox on my smoker and burned it out last night, going to try a whole hog on it this weekend
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Tommorow maybe something out of the sea and sunday my birthday bash with babybacks, moinks and chickenwings.
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Cooking tomorrow for a family get together Sunday - two Eggs no waiting...
Brisket
Butt
Beef short ribs
Pork back ribs.
Maybe even some chicken...

Mac & Cheese
Beans
Corn bread...
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Not gonna happen today, but I am gonna put a butt on tomorrow morning
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Burning out my barrel and getting my UDS put together this weekend. Hoping to get a fatty or bird on it by Sunday.
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I like your style. What's your favorite quote: "go big or go home"? Best of luck, lets see the results.
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^^^Bunch of Over-Achievers!

Think I'm gonna look for some Tuna steaks to grill tonight and getting a Brisky out of the freezer for Sun. Maybe add a fatty to that cook too.
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Gonna do a mess of baby backs on Sunday for a birthday party.
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