- Joined Aug 2, 2010
Thanks Tim,I never thought that Excel brisket could out taste a Wagu. But your right,the finished product is where the money is! Hee HeeGreat job, Kenneth. Was a lot of fun hanging around you guys Friday and Sat. Sorry I wasn't there to see the wards. Girls got hot and bored. Looking forward to it again in 2 weeks. Maybe I'll try that one out next year! I guess the WAGU wsn't so good and that if you know what your doing the el cheapo worked just fine!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks craig "neighbor", can't wait to spend some time with you and be able to talk Q without being rushed for turn ins!We had a great time for the hour or so we were there.
Bama..catch you in a few days.
I gotta tell ya folks....
I didn't get a taste of the Brisket...but the ribs were absolutely delicious.
The sweet apricot sauce was marvelous. The comp ribs melted in my mouth.
Great wins Raptor!! You deserved them.
Thanks Tim,I never thought that Excel brisket could out taste a Wagu. But your right,the finished product is where the money is! Hee Hee
Pot belly, you guys are great, I love talkin' Q and you guy's are awesome.You have the means to make a great bbq team.Kenneth- thanks for the lessons. The Wagyu turned out very nice...to bad the old Alabama Guy thinks it's funny to put the new guy down. Anyhow, I made a bad choice not to sauce my pork, ribs, and brisket...I will have to give up the purest idealism on the next one...and take your advice and put a sweet sauce on my meat. Are you going to Dothan?
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