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What's on your pit this weekend??????

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  1. Vammy

    Vammy Elite Refuge Member

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    No pics, but Saturday was yard bird quarters on the pit barrel. That thing is a chicken cookin' machine. There were no survivors :l:l:l
     
  2. Damian Wiening

    Damian Wiening Elite Refuge Member

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    Twelve and a half hours later including an hour rest,

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  3. Phytoplankton

    Phytoplankton Elite Refuge Member

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    Doing a slow cooked brisket. Put a rub on it yesterday and seared it this morning, now it's cooking at about 180-200 degrees for 6-8 hours. Came off my steer, so it should be pretty tasty. With it we're having zucchini stuffed with bacon/cheese, and a nice butter lettuce salad. The zucchini and lettuce came from the garden. Been out harvesting garlic today, the early warm spring sped up the process, so any plants with scapes are coming out. I've got one more brisket that I want to try and make pastrami out of.
     
  4. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Cut the grass in shorts for the first time of the year. I’m having aloe Vera from the knees down.
     
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  5. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    Working on a leftover crawfish etouffee.
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  6. Mort

    Mort Elite Refuge Member

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    Specklebelly Poppers and a couple Old Fashions. We had a big dinner last night and I am not too hungry today.

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  7. newduk

    newduk Elite Refuge Member

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    Tripping GFCI?
     
  8. ducknwork

    ducknwork Elite Refuge Member

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    590091BE-7E14-4C73-9A21-85772188EAF1.jpeg I did not take pics of the riblets and salmon I smoked a couple days ago, but I grilled a couple whole chickens today. My wife made parmesan/bacon/broccoli rabe Mac and cheese to go with it. Fresh corn on the cob and some roasted potatoes for the chicken to lay on and drip over on my plate. Yum.
     
  9. bustsducks

    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    Prime New York, mushrooms, salad and Seagram's. 20200525_183845.jpg
     
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  10. bustsducks

    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    Not sure if the Seagram's had anything to do with it? But it was so much better than the hotdog.
     

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