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post #41 of 57
Thread Starter 

Thanks Red for the kind words

 

Gary S

post #42 of 57

Just got to see it all, and it was ALL Beautiful !!!:drool:drool

 

Nice work, Gary!!:points:

 

 

Bear

post #43 of 57
Looks like it all turned out really good Gary ! It all looked awesome & the final plated shot...drool.gif !! Very nice smokin day !2thumbs.gif
post #44 of 57
Thread Starter 

Thank you, It was a very nice day.

 

Gary

post #45 of 57
That looks amazing.. Congrats
post #46 of 57
Gary,

Impressive cooking basically all of the traditional categories of BBQ, all at the same time.

Good stuff!
post #47 of 57
Great Job Gary. You inspired me. Tomorrow, I'm going with baby backs, prime rib, and chicken. I was just going with the baby backs until you motivated me.
post #48 of 57

Just got back & caught this - that was a great smoke Gary! Everything looks like it turned out great!  :drool  Nice job man  thumb1.gif

post #49 of 57

I did St Louis ribs today and mine also got done about 45 min early .don't know why it was 225 with the 2-2.5 and took foil off and they were fall off the bone already.

post #50 of 57
Thread Starter 

Thanks "B"

 

 

gary

post #51 of 57
Wow. Crazy. I'm trying to pull off one thing for the first time and u got a whole butcher shop in ur smoker! That's just awesome Gary! I would be in food heaven!
post #52 of 57
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the complement , lots of years of smoking.  Usually the way it starts out is: I'll say "I think I'm going to smoke a brisket (or something) this weekend, then my wife will say why don't you do a pork butt too ! , then the grandson who lives wit us will say "you are going to cook ribs ?", Then my wife will say you might as well throw on some sausage and boudin.    So that's how we wind up with a variety, almost every time.  Thanks for looking

 

Gary S

post #53 of 57
That looked awesome!


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post #54 of 57

Looks awesome and also nice smoker. thanks for the info and pics!

post #55 of 57

Very nice... I think I would stress myself out if I had so many different things in the smoker at once, but it looks amazing!

post #56 of 57
Thread Starter 

Thank you,   40 years of smoking,,,,,,,,,,   you'll get there.

 

Gary S

post #57 of 57
Lots of wisdom there!!!
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