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  • Re: Austin local wagyu beef supplier

    RRP said:
    whatever...Scottie...whatever... BTW what happened to those promised pig pictures?
    You know I'm just messing with you Ron. Can't help myself my friend. Pigging has been delayed for a few days due to Deep Gulf Energys pipe being roller boxed on line #1. Once they are complete we will start shooting pigs. 
  • Re: Red Snapper (Japanese Style) Very easy

    SGH said:
    The Cen-Tex Smoker said: Looks like they cut out the collar. 
    This is a slick trick that fish mongers will do. Why? Because it is the best part of the fish (in my opinion) and they want it for themselves. Most mongers are notorious for this.   
    Right? Dirty bastards.  first thing I noticed. I bet they sell it to sushi restaurants or something. 
    That is certainly possible. However I would not be suprised if they are keeping it and eating it. Either way, it's a dirty trick for sure. 
  • Re: Blackstone 2nd round

    A flat-top grill has been made to be a necessity by forum standards in particular the Blackstone. It's an economical product in comparison to its commercial counterparts. 
    There is a ton of truth in the above brother Husker. This heavy duty model starts at about 15 grand and increases dramatically with size and options. 

    I have had a eye out for a used one. No luck thus far.  
  • Re: Something to sooth my ailing anus.

    Thank you all for the very kind words. I'm pleased to report that the anus is back in top form and performing like a champ. Nothing like a good blow out to set things right.  
  • Re: Finally got that brisket egging.

    @FarmerTom ;
    You are looking at it in real life, I'm only seeing the pics. However my guess is that you have not over seasoned it. If it has a good coat on it, let her ride my friend.  Good luck and standing by for the finale.  
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