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post #1 of 11
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This week we did four pork butts, one 15lb packer brisket, and two turkey breasts.  Rubbed the brisket/butts with mustard and home made rub, brined the turkey breasts for about 20 hours.  enjoy!

 

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Almost a full load on one side :)

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Old blue giving the meat a healthy dose of TBS.

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comin right along, this is about two hours before it was done.

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bout ready to pull off.

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seperating the point from the flat, we decided to do chopped brisket this time rather than sliced, different perspective for our customers :)

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Cut view of the flat

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Gobble Gobble!

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damn netting, it always springs up and gets our clothes dirty..such is life.

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Cut view of turkey breast, you can't really tell but it has a hell of a smoke ring, this is by far the most impressive thing that we put out, tender, great flavor, and very moist.

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Roaster view of the turkey breast.

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Chopped Brisket, we sold out of this in about 15 minutes...need to make more next time.

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Pulled Pork Roaster.

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Our home away from home :)  Thanks for looking!

post #2 of 11

I was just thinking of how farmers' markets are the best things ever. Glad to see your tent setup and hope you do well! At least the sweet smell of smoke will draw a crowd.

post #3 of 11
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yea, we're in competition with a guy who does italian sausages with peppers, that smell is pretty darn good too, there's also a lady who make smothered burritos, but we've been smoking (pun entirely intended) them so far.

post #4 of 11

Sounds like you guys are running a heck of a business and people are really liking it. Good for you!

post #5 of 11
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Sounds like you guys are running a heck of a business and people are really liking it. Good for you!

thanks man, hard to find good bbq round these parts :) not anymore of course.

post #6 of 11

Looks great!

seems like y'all found a great place to sell.

 i looked into the same gig here but 2 very big hills to climb made it not feisable.

 1st is our farmers market closes at noon because of the heat and 2nd  i would be in direct compitition with a permanent indoor food court that is in the same building as the farmers mkt.

  Not that my smokes wouldn't be as good as anything they sell but that they would file complaint after complaint w/ the food nazis to make sure i couldn't do sales without having a triple sink w/ hot water a screened in area to sell from and an inspected preperation and cooking and sales area.

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Looks great!

seems like y'all found a great place to sell.

 i looked into the same gig here but 2 very big hills to climb made it not feisable.

 1st is our farmers market closes at noon because of the heat and 2nd  i would be in direct compitition with a permanent indoor food court that is in the same building as the farmers mkt.

  Not that my smokes wouldn't be as good as anything they sell but that they would file complaint after complaint w/ the food nazis to make sure i couldn't do sales without having a triple sink w/ hot water a screened in area to sell from and an inspected preperation and cooking and sales area.

 

yea the triple sink thing is easy to get around here, our health inspector makes us have three plastic tubs, a bottle of dish soap, and a percolator filled with hot water.  But if we decide to go out of the area, we have to have all that other crap.
 

post #8 of 11

Looks great and nice to see a fellow Husker even if you're halfway across the state! It's crazy how many people from Nebraska are here!

 

It's tempting to set up shop down at the College World Series next week. All that red tape is the only thing holding me back. Besides the fact that it's probably the last year that anyone will be able to tailgate or be a third party food vendor.

 

Next time you better do three briskets! While I have only been smoking for a couple months,  my old man has been smoking them for so long that I have seen my fair share of briskets disappear in no time!

 

post #9 of 11

Everything looks great and you have quite the set up too. Now you smoke all of this off-site or is it just somewhere else. You have and will be doing just fine if you can keep that smokey flavor floating arounf the whole place. It looks like you have a good thing going so go for it.

post #10 of 11

Looks great, that's a cool business you got going on there, that inspires me to look into that in my town.

post #11 of 11

Great job, I love ole blue.  The rivets on that at cool.

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