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If any vegetarians are offended by this thread - too bad!!!

WARNING - if the drool shorts out your keyboard, dont blame me!!

Ingredients for a cook out like this:

A Texas size home made bar-b-q pit. Something so big you have a truck to move it.
1 - Beef Brisket
1 - Rack of pork ribs
Several packs of boneless ribs
2 - packs deer sausage
1 - pack boudain
2 - 7 pound cans of pork & beans

We are going to eat between 5 - 6. Everyone was told to be here around 4 or so, or maybe a little earlier.

The brisket is going to have an 8 hour cook time. The ribs are going to have about 5 hours to cook. Everything is being cooked at @200 - 225 degrees.




The smoker was welded on last week. It still needs to be buffed down and painted to match the pit. The brisket has been on for about 4 hours.



This was right after the ribs were put on.



A little while later.



And we are just getting started.
 

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If I were a veggie,I would at least become a carnivore for a few hours!
 

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Information is Ammunition
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Brisket was EXCELLENT once it's cut against the grain ;) I'll have to make baked stuffed chicken to bring next time since I'm not used to cooking red meat
 

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Savage intellectual
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If any vegetarians are offended by this thread - too bad!!!
I believe the terms "vegetarian" and "Survivalist" are mutually exclusive.
 

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I believe the terms "vegetarian" and "Survivalist" are mutually exclusive.
not really. I'm not a vegetarian, but I just tried a vegetarian MRE type ration and it was really good. The fig newtons were a bit crushed but NOM NOM NOM!
 
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