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A Few More Pics From Plano

Lake Conroe EggerLake Conroe Egger Posts: 285
edited 9:36AM in EggHead Forum
Starting with a shot of our theme poster

Photoegg and Lori getting ready for A LOT of cooking!

Photoegg and Spring Hen discussing what to do first

Car Wash Mike has his baby backs on and is settled in. Notice the BB Bacon and smoked cheese that Mike brought - Awesome. TJV, Photoegg, Lori, KU, DOW, Snoopy Dog Dog, and Sooner Chris are all gearing up to start.

Spring Chicken, Lori, Photoegg, and Snoopy Dog Dog

Mollyshark arrives with a very nice brisket

Then the after party. A fairly cheerful group for there being a shortage of alcohol and all!


KU and a real keen guest

THE Spring Chicken himself

Our venerable host, Hornhonk with Photoegg and Desert Oasis Woman. Things are beginning to wind down.

The afterparty wasn't as wild as OKC but it was a long day of cooking and eating and we enjoyed the evening.

Thanks again to Hornhonk for setting this whole thing up and ensuring that we were not lacking in anything we needed.


  • Nice pics Frank. Still waiting on that email with the Bloody Mary recipe. ;)
  • Sure looks like Hornhonk and co. did a great job. Hopefully I can make it next year.
  • Frank, it was great seeing you again. But, who stuffed the pillow under my shirt? LOL
    Great Beef ribs.
  • hornhonkhornhonk Posts: 3,841
    Probably the same one who stuffed a mattress under mine. Damn, I look like a pregnant pelican :ermm:
  • :laugh: Great pics, Frank, especially of TJV :woohoo:
    never seen a smile so big :silly:
    His smile expresses the good vibes we all experienced all weekend B)
    Put me in line for the Bloody Mary Recipe, too, please :whistle: (shhh, don't admit to anything :evil: )
  • TXTrikerTXTriker Posts: 1,177
    Thanks for the pictures. I don't know why the rest of the cooks aren't as pretty as Molly.

    Maybe next year we can make it.
  • Her RIDE was far prettier :woohoo:





    And what an entrance !!!
  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,048
    Thanks for the pic's. It was so nice to meet the people of the forum. Please pass on how you did the beef ribs -WOW....
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • tjvtjv Posts: 3,531
    nice pics. Frank. Good to see you again.

    Thanks to Steve for setting up the shindig. Sounds like plans for next year are already in the works. T ACGP, Inc.
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  • The key to the ribs is starting with good ribs. I get mine from a meat purveyor that dry ages beef for restaurants and retail sale. They trim the the racks from 28 day prime ribs and sell them as a by-product for $1.99 a pound.

    Other than that, a little mustard, some Cowlick and 5 to 6 hrs at 225 grate with a little mesquite.
  • Frank,

    Shoot me an email with the Bloody Mary recipe if you don't mind. That stuff was awesome, and I love me some Bloody Marys, especially AFTER a morning in a hot dove field. :woohoo:
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