Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 05-02-2005, 08:02 PM
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Here's to ya, Big Fella. Hope the next life is even better to ya than the
last one.

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and his 6" boner




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Old 05-02-2005, 08:09 PM
 
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Just cracked open a Guiness and laying some rub on ribs and chicken as
we speak. RIP JC.

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Old 06-02-2005, 02:28 AM
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Well just took them off, ribs are very tender and only took 4 hours.
Chicken came out great as well. Got some "food" for my sealer to test
out.

Tomorrow going to grill some burgers and the wings/drumsticks from the
chicken parts I got as well as the rib tips that I trimmed from the
spares.

Jesse

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Old 06-02-2005, 04:03 AM
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I just read about this yesterday, major bummer. Jack was always willing
to share info. on Q'.

My best to his family.

-W



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Old 06-02-2005, 11:56 PM
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F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Here's to ya, Big Fella. Hope the next life is even
better to ya than the last one.


I joined you with a cold Corona at 3 pm yesterday, hoisted towards the
North, since I was in Cocoa Beach at that time. There were 2 pork butt
cooking over the top of a brisket which started at 8 am in my K in
Orlando, so even though circumstances prevented me from being with the
meat bbqing while I made the toast, I was able to fulfill my part of the
tribute.

I'm guessing that since Hound made it up there, he created a demand for
BBQ with his cooking, and wasn't able to keep up with the demand, so Jack
was called for reinforcements. Now we can be sure that there is BBQ for
the masses in heaven.

BOB


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Old 07-02-2005, 01:53 AM
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BOB wrote:
F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Here's to ya, Big Fella. Hope the next life is even
better to ya than the last one.


I joined you with a cold Corona at 3 pm yesterday, hoisted towards the
North, since I was in Cocoa Beach at that time. There were 2 pork
butt cooking over the top of a brisket which started at 8 am in my K
in Orlando, so even though circumstances prevented me from being with
the meat bbqing while I made the toast, I was able to fulfill my part
of the tribute.

I'm guessing that since Hound made it up there, he created a demand
for BBQ with his cooking, and wasn't able to keep up with the demand,
so Jack was called for reinforcements. Now we can be sure that there
is BBQ for the masses in heaven.

BOB


Oh, BOB, I concur! Hound couldn't keep up with the demand. I don't feel so
badly now. Good call, Mr. Lord Who Has Powers That Be.

kili


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Old 07-02-2005, 03:26 PM
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On 6-Feb-2005, " BOB" wrote:

F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Here's to ya, Big Fella. Hope the next life is even
better to ya than the last one.


I joined you with a cold Corona at 3 pm yesterday, hoisted towards the
North, since I was in Cocoa Beach at that time. There were 2 pork butt
cooking over the top of a brisket which started at 8 am in my K in
Orlando, so even though circumstances prevented me from being with the
meat bbqing while I made the toast, I was able to fulfill my part of the
tribute.

I'm guessing that since Hound made it up there, he created a demand for
BBQ with his cooking, and wasn't able to keep up with the demand, so Jack
was called for reinforcements. Now we can be sure that there is BBQ for
the masses in heaven.

BOB


Very nice thought BOB. Wish I had thought of it.

Brick (Keep the shiny side up)

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I'm guessing that since Hound made it up there, he created a demand
for BBQ with his cooking, and wasn't able to keep up with the demand,
so Jack was called for reinforcements. Now we can be sure that there
is BBQ for the masses in heaven.


Amen Brother!
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See ya,
Mike

"There is absolutely no problem that a real Man
cannot drink his way through!"


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