I was wondering how many of you actually cooked at an eggfest? I'm thinking about cooking at one of our local eggfest this summer. Well, ok, here's the plan. I want a second egg, (small) so i thought what better way than to get a demo egg that I cooked on at a fest? So i got the ok from mama (one condition - must sell one of my old grills. No problem. Bye bye cheap metal offset barrel smoker that i haven't used in 2 years)
However, i'm a little perplexed why cooks still pay admission? Not trying to bash or complain, i just thought geeze, i have to buy the food, buy the plates, buy the silverware, buy the napkins, you would figure i would get in free? :ermm: Just struck me as odd as i guess. Is this normal for most fests?..
I've only been to one...
Anyways, i'm excited about the prospect of cooking at an eggfest. I'm thinking i definately want to go and make the following:
ABT's (i know, everyone makes these but..)
I'm not looking to spend a fortune, but i think the following menu would be doable for i dunno... $50 or so if you caught some stuff on sale? So here's the very long drawn out quesiton. How would you cook the pulled pork if you only have 8 hour or so? Could i cook half way at home then finish up at the fest? Would you recommend cooking any other dishes?