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Old 01-14-2008, 12:16 AM   #21
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happy anniversary, kads. lucky guy, your hubby.


my little guy is fascinated with nyc lately, so we drove in and went shopping in times square, then had dinner in a pub in the south street seaport.
it was cheap, and unfortunately we got what we paid for.

i had the hot open roast beef with mixed veggies and mashed spuds. the beef was flavorless, the gravy from a can, the mashed from a box, and the veggies were reheated from frozen. all for $9.

that's really good for such a tourist trap, really, so i can't complain too much.

so now i'm going out for souvlaki.
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Old 01-14-2008, 01:14 AM   #22
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happy anniversary, kads. lucky guy, your hubby.


my little guy is fascinated with nyc lately, so we drove in and went shopping in times square, then had dinner in a pub in the south street seaport.
it was cheap, and unfortunately we got what we paid for.

i had the hot open roast beef with mixed veggies and mashed spuds. the beef was flavorless, the gravy from a can, the mashed from a box, and the veggies were reheated from frozen. all for $9.

that's really good for such a tourist trap, really, so i can't complain too much.

so now i'm going out for souvlaki.
Thanks BT, your a sweetie
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Old 01-14-2008, 06:45 AM   #23
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Rubbed a small five pound butt with Wolfe bold and popped it into the smoker for ten hours.











Wrapped it in heavy duty foil & newspapers and let is rest in a cooler for another two hours then put my wife & grand daughter to work pulling it.








An East TN vinegar Cole Slaw, a Sour cream slaw, some baked beans (Hmm, what happened to that picture?), and we’re good to go.








Oops, can’t forget the banana pudding.


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Old 01-14-2008, 07:10 AM   #24
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Love the picture of the cooked meat. Makes me want to get a smoker.
So what do you do with it after it's pulled apart? Make sandwiches?
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:15 AM   #25
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Looks AMAZING John!
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:35 AM   #26
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We had hot roast beef/Swiss cheese sandwiches with au juice for dipping.
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:45 AM   #27
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I went to a play last night with my mom and stepfather and a friend. We went to a Mexican restaurant first - I had a chicken quesadilla and way too many chips and salsa
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Love the picture of the cooked meat. Makes me want to get a smoker.
So what do you do with it after it's pulled apart? Make sandwiches?
You can do sandwiches on plain hamburger buns with or without Cole Slaw on them. Last night we did it on plates with slaw and beans as sides. I also put out several kinds of BBQ sauce for folks to choose from, most like a vinegar based sauce.
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Old 01-14-2008, 05:33 PM   #29
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Nice! Thanks.
I could eat it "as is" Looks fabulous.
I gotta get me one of those.
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