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BBQ

Postby Stephen Fox » Wed Feb 25, 2009 6:17 pm

At one time Bruce had a BBQ forum going at this board.
Please feel free to move this post there, but I could no longer find it.
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Re: BBQ

Postby William Thornton » Sat Feb 28, 2009 10:37 am

Some BBQ would be mighty good today.
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Re: BBQ

Postby Dave Roberts » Sat Feb 28, 2009 3:19 pm

Our church did 900+ pounds last Saturday to finance the youth mission trip this summer. We sold it all, but what I got was good---MMMM!

It was fun to work at that as well, except when the guys who were adding the pepper did so from a little too high in the air.
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Re: BBQ

Postby Haruo » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:27 pm

Bought some bulgogi meat last night, think I'll go cook it up...
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Re: BBQ

Postby William Thornton » Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:26 pm

Dave Roberts wrote:Our church did 900+ pounds last Saturday to finance the youth mission trip this summer. We sold it all, but what I got was good---MMMM!

It was fun to work at that as well, except when the guys who were adding the pepper did so from a little too high in the air.


Is this pork? Do you do the whole hog or smaller pieces. How much per pound?
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Re: BBQ

Postby Dave Roberts » Sat Feb 28, 2009 7:09 pm

William Thornton wrote:
Dave Roberts wrote:Our church did 900+ pounds last Saturday to finance the youth mission trip this summer. We sold it all, but what I got was good---MMMM!

It was fun to work at that as well, except when the guys who were adding the pepper did so from a little too high in the air.


Is this pork? Do you do the whole hog or smaller pieces. How much per pound?


We do Boston Butts in large cookers. We started with close to 1600 pounds of raw meat, cooked it from 10 p.m. to around 8:30 a.m. We sold it for $6.00 a pound. The raw pork cost us about $0.87 per pound because we picked it up from the processor directly. We hope to turn better than a 50% profit for the mission trip. Our seasoning recipe is fully known only to two men, neither of whom will tell the rest of us. We had a total of 37 youth and adults working to process and pack at a hunt club facility.
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Re: BBQ

Postby William Thornton » Sun Mar 01, 2009 7:45 am

Dave, sounds good. Do you have porkskins when you do the Boston Butts?
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Re: BBQ

Postby Dave Roberts » Sun Mar 01, 2009 7:48 am

William Thornton wrote:Dave, sounds good. Do you have porkskins when you do the Boston Butts?


All the scraps go to the 80 dogs who are housed behind the hunt club. That includes the skins and bones.
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Re: BBQ

Postby William Thornton » Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:17 am

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William Thornton wrote:Dave, sounds good. Do you have porkskins when you do the Boston Butts?


All the scraps go to the 80 dogs who are housed behind the hunt club. That includes the skins and bones.


What a waste of pork skins, a genuine suthrun delicacy.
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Re: BBQ

Postby Ed Pettibone » Sun Mar 01, 2009 9:00 am

William Thornton wrote:
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William Thornton wrote:Dave, sounds good. Do you have porkskins when you do the Boston Butts?


All the scraps go to the 80 dogs who are housed behind the hunt club. That includes the skins and bones.


What a waste of pork skins, a genuine suthrun delicacy.


Ed: William, are you suggesting that those dogs haven't earned their keep. :( A southern gentleman should know better. :wink:
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Re: BBQ

Postby BTeditor » Sun Mar 01, 2009 6:25 pm

My good friends, the Averys, treated me to some Waycrazy's BBQ on Signal Mtn., above Chattanooga, Tenn., last night. It was excellent. Put on your list for good BBQ with a good name.
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Re: BBQ

Postby Neil Heath » Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:56 pm

I had the world famous Fresh Air BBQ for lunch today before the great blizzard of '09 hit Middle Ga. Must of had over an inch of snow on the ground at one point. :D

Of course the only sane response to such a calamity was to call of schools tomorrow in every county around us.

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Re: BBQ

Postby David Flick » Mon Mar 02, 2009 6:14 am

BTeditor wrote:My good friends, the Averys, treated me to some Waycrazy's BBQ on Signal Mtn., above Chattanooga, Tenn., last night. It was excellent. Put on your list for good BBQ with a good name.

It's now on the list, John (and with a good name, I might add - yours). :wink: Thanks for the suggestion.
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Re: BBQ

Postby David Flick » Mon Mar 02, 2009 6:26 am

Neil Heath wrote:I had the world famous Fresh Air BBQ for lunch today before the great blizzard of '09 hit Middle Ga. Must of had over an inch of snow on the ground at one point. :D

Of course the only sane response to such a calamity was to call of schools tomorrow in every county around us.

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Neil, would you like for me to add Fresh Air BBQ to the BL.Com BBQ page? I can easily do it with a couple of clicks of my mouse and a few strokes on my keyboard. Give me the high sign and the deed will be done (with or without snow)... :)
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Re: BBQ

Postby Haruo » Mon Mar 02, 2009 7:15 am

Are they publicly traded? This looks like a real anniversary type year for any still surviving business that has "Since 1929" on its stationery! ;-)
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Bridges, Shelby

Postby Stephen Fox » Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:52 pm

I told a friend on the phone this morning, that with the 30 mile standstill on I-85 from the Spburg, Cherokee County Line by passing Gaffney it's a shame they couldn't reroute traffic up to 74 in Shelby and all stop in for Bridges BBQ for lunch.
Then Again, it ain't open on Monday and Tuesday :brick: :brick: :brick:

All in Re the traffic jam that made national news this mornin with the late snow. I think the jackKnife was there about Hoechst fibres where I had a flat tire in 74

http://www.goupstate.com/article/200903 ... 20985/1083

Congrats to the Baptist churches in Gaffney that took in the stragglers.

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Re: BBQ

Postby Neil Heath » Mon Mar 02, 2009 10:11 pm

David Flick wrote:Neil, would you like for me to add Fresh Air BBQ to the BL.Com BBQ page? I can easily do it with a couple of clicks of my mouse and a few strokes on my keyboard. Give me the high sign and the deed will be done (with or without snow)... :)


Be my guest! I'm sure they would appreciate the heady atmosphere of the BL site, and my wife is a big fan, so she gives it the thumbs up.

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Re: BBQ

Postby David Flick » Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:37 am

Neil Heath wrote:
David Flick wrote:Neil, would you like for me to add Fresh Air BBQ to the BL.Com BBQ page? I can easily do it with a couple of clicks of my mouse and a few strokes on my keyboard. Give me the high sign and the deed will be done (with or without snow)... :)


Be my guest! I'm sure they would appreciate the heady atmosphere of the BL site, and my wife is a big fan, so she gives it the thumbs up.

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Your guest has done the job... :D
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Re: BBQ

Postby Ed Pettibone » Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:29 am

Ed: David the link to your name on the BBQ page seems not to be working.

While I generaly avoid large Restaurant chains Our overall favorite restaurant in the Albany NY area is Smoky Bones. They have a restaurant on Central Avenue in Colonie, near Wolf Road, which is one of the oldest in the 9-year-old chain. The parent company sold off about half of their stores in late 97 early 98 and the store in Colonie was of those. Unlike so many similar changeovers this one seems to have gone through seamlessly. Great food Very good service, but don't go there if you are in a hurry. I wonder how many of our BL.C. folk are familiar with the chain? One draw back, the ambiance is a bit up scale for a BBQ place. Am I prejudiced or not? :wink:
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Sprayberry's, Newnan

Postby Stephen Fox » Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:34 am

Please add my name to Bruce Gourley's endorsing Sprayberry's in Newnan. Me and Lewis Grizzard knew about it long time before Gourley
In fact would love to have a date listed first time Gourley ate it :)
And add Grizzard's name along with mine as an endorsement. I think we can round up the books to verify GRizzard's affection for the stuff, though he was raised Methodist. :) :lol: :brick:
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Re: Sprayberry's, Newnan

Postby Bruce Gourley » Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:52 am

Stephen Fox wrote:Please add my name to Bruce Gourley's endorsing Sprayberry's in Newnan. Me and Lewis Grizzard knew about it long time before Gourley
In fact would love to have a date listed first time Gourley ate it :)
And add Grizzard's name along with mine as an endorsement. I think we can round up the books to verify GRizzard's affection for the stuff, though he was raised Methodist. :) :lol: :brick:


Fox, my wife's (extended) family OWNS Sprayberry's, thank you very much!
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Re: BBQ

Postby Stephen Fox » Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:39 pm

You trumped me there :)

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