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The wife and I enjoyed seeing all of you today and all the great food. Special thanks to YB for getting this up as I know he did. Mr Toad was in very good spirits today also. See you all in Atlanta unless we meet beforhand.
Great to know that you and the better half got to the coop safely. Was glad to put a face on the handle. Enjoyed our talk yesterday morning. To all those who haven't been to the MOTHERSHIP you need to do it at least once! I will be looking for you…
Frank a little off the subject but I recently saw in the local paper that it is against the law to get a haircut on Sunday in Houma ?
Brisket is next to ribs as my favorite but haven't had one look as good as yours does.
Great to meet you Bente. Have been watching you posts on the forum for quite some time mow ans have learned a lot. I told about everyone I spoke with that were buying EGGs to get on the forum and they will get great advice and lots of help with pr…
YB nice to have met the missus and daughter. Good to put some faces on the handles/names too. Darn I wish you didn't mention the cookies as I missed them. However, I and CR had a good time and as you say so much food and so little time!
That cooler trick is just the thing I think. My limited eggsperience with large quantities of baked potatoes has proven this to be very effective. Wrapping in heavy towels enhances the coolers ability too1
The rain did hit here in Augusta/North Augusta at 2:30 am, Looks like y'all got it too! I would like to see some pictures from your Brisket cook. I have done a few and they always resimble pastrami. Any clues?