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Master of the Pit
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OTBS Member
May 21, 2006
Monroe, La
Had a great burger this evening. Smoked on my Char Broil gas grill and some good slaw and some Starnes BBQ sauce.

Now that's some good eating :D
Just gained a pound and a half looking at your repast! Had a cold sandwich for my dinner. Too hot to cook and I was out in it all day! Thanks for sharing your meal with us!

PS You gonna eat all that?
Don't feel you have to apologize to me. Brother Rodger! When ordinary food is brought to such a high degree of perfection it MUST be consumed! Otherwise why bother?

I'm with you Bill, just looked at the picture again and remembered I haven't eaten lunch yet.
Well I just ate and after seeing that burger, I'm hungry all over again!!
I wouldn't call eating two burgers being a pig.... you had to eat one and then another for US!
That looks great! 8)
I should have held my comment because I have no doubt that your food is always properly adjusted. Or were you inferring to something else? :D


PS Found a shipping goods supplier!
I'm sorry.

I really need to ask, since so many of you are getting hungry looking at CS's picture

I'll preface this comment with a "I mean no disrespect to anyone or any culture"

So here goes.

Cole slaw on a hamburger?

Or better yet: cole slaw on anything? (especially pulled pork)

I am a Yankee. Don't know what that connotation means to all, but to me it means cole slaw is that little tub of pickled cabbage that gets tossed with the spork from your meal deal.

So I don't get it.

Cole slaw as a condoment? Isnt it a watered down cabbage mix?

I ordered a pulled pork sandwich at a restaurant here, and it came with cole slaw on it. I asked the waitress: WTF? She said, that is Tennessee style pulled pork, and we are a Tennessee BBQ restaurant.

I told her, no, this is a Chicago barbecue restaurant, and get me a plain old pulled pork sandwich.

Then I got the feeling someone farked with the sandwich when they brought it back, so I didnt bother. Ate the rest of my daughter's burger.

Place went out of business after a year.

I guess this is just an observation of: I don't get it
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