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Old 05-18-2006, 11:02 AM   #21
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Ain't a one of you said anything about barbeque yet!! Yer all talkin' about grilling.

Barbeque Brisket, chicken, ribs, or smoke a turkey. Now you're talking barbeque. Good barbeque takes a minimum of 5 to 6 hours. A good brisket, if you put it on when the sun comes up, might be ready to eat just before dark.

I don't know it by heart, but I have a recipe at home for the best rub you've ever tasted. Sprinkle some in your hair, and your tongue wil beat your brains out trying to get to it.

Damn, now I'm hungry....
You forgot Boston Butt or Pork Tenderloin- Mr. Chef!!! Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!
I'm from Texas. We prefer BEEF!!!!

But yeah, a good cut of pork is pretty nice, too. Takes a little more work since (believe it or not) it'* a leaner meat than beef, but it'* worth the effort.
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Ain't a one of you said anything about barbeque yet!! Yer all talkin' about grilling.

Barbeque Brisket, chicken, ribs, or smoke a turkey. Now you're talking barbeque. Good barbeque takes a minimum of 5 to 6 hours. A good brisket, if you put it on when the sun comes up, might be ready to eat just before dark.

I don't know it by heart, but I have a recipe at home for the best rub you've ever tasted. Sprinkle some in your hair, and your tongue wil beat your brains out trying to get to it.

Damn, now I'm hungry....
You forgot Boston Butt or Pork Tenderloin- Mr. Chef!!! Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!
I'm from Texas. We prefer BEEF!!!!

But yeah, a good cut of pork is pretty nice, too. Takes a little more work since (believe it or not) it'* a leaner meat than beef, but it'* worth the effort.
Or what about a good roasting chicken??? That would be rather tasty.
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Ain't a one of you said anything about barbeque yet!! Yer all talkin' about grilling.

Barbeque Brisket, chicken, ribs, or smoke a turkey. Now you're talking barbeque. Good barbeque takes a minimum of 5 to 6 hours. A good brisket, if you put it on when the sun comes up, might be ready to eat just before dark.

I don't know it by heart, but I have a recipe at home for the best rub you've ever tasted. Sprinkle some in your hair, and your tongue wil beat your brains out trying to get to it.

Damn, now I'm hungry....
You forgot Boston Butt or Pork Tenderloin- Mr. Chef!!! Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!
I'm from Texas. We prefer BEEF!!!!

But yeah, a good cut of pork is pretty nice, too. Takes a little more work since (believe it or not) it'* a leaner meat than beef, but it'* worth the effort.
Or what about a good roasting chicken??? That would be rather tasty.
I said Chicken, little Missy. Ya gots ta read all the words!!
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Carnivores! :P

jk, one of the few meat products I miss (for the taste) is some good BBQ'd chicken.
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BEER CAN CHICKEN

btw, you can use a Fosters or a Lebatt Big Blue for a turkey if you have a big enough grill!
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Ain't a one of you said anything about barbeque yet!! Yer all talkin' about grilling.

Barbeque Brisket, chicken, ribs, or smoke a turkey. Now you're talking barbeque. Good barbeque takes a minimum of 5 to 6 hours. A good brisket, if you put it on when the sun comes up, might be ready to eat just before dark.

I don't know it by heart, but I have a recipe at home for the best rub you've ever tasted. Sprinkle some in your hair, and your tongue wil beat your brains out trying to get to it.

Damn, now I'm hungry....
You forgot Boston Butt or Pork Tenderloin- Mr. Chef!!! Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!
I'm from Texas. We prefer BEEF!!!!

But yeah, a good cut of pork is pretty nice, too. Takes a little more work since (believe it or not) it'* a leaner meat than beef, but it'* worth the effort.
Or what about a good roasting chicken??? That would be rather tasty.
I said Chicken, little Missy. Ya gots ta read all the words!!
Yeah, yeah, uh-huh, whatever....Shut up
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wow i have A LOT of grilling recipies
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Anything with Sweet baby Rays is good for BBQ with me, GD I'm hungry.....
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He didn't say grilling! He said barbeque!!!

Two completely different animals!!!!

Buncha freakin' yankess in here, I tell you what......



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He didn't say grilling! He said barbeque!!!

Two completely different animals!!!!

Buncha freakin' yankess in here, I tell you what......



I got your yankee mother #$%&er!!!

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