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Rainy day pig roast!

babcockwi

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Roasting a pig today, for a buddies parents B-Day party. Rubbed her down and got her spinnin about 6am. Will post some Q-View throughout the day.
 

babcockwi

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Starting out with charcoal, then using apple and cherry the rest of the way.
 

s2k9k

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That sure looks like a big pig!!!!
Nice rig you got there!!
Will be looking for the finish, this should be good!!!
 

kathrynn

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Cool!  I will be around to watch too!  That porker is HUGE!



Kat
 

smokinhusker

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How exciting! That's a huge pig and I love the set up. 

Don't forget we're drooling in anticipation for the final pics!
 

woodcutter

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Looks like it is just the right size for your smoker. You do have some nice blue smoke coming out.
 

pigbark

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That is electric, you can see the cord in the front of the motor is hooked up...

That pig is gonna take a while to cook, I wouldn't want to hand turn it by no means...Probably got a Chain drive on it.. Nice set up for sure..

edit- I want a rotisserie now lol
 
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pigbark

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If I ever have a need for one, it would be chain drive ... nice rig.. Hopefully everyone shows ,, gonna take a lot of mouths to eat that monster
 

babcockwi

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We filled 3 nescos to the top with the pork. Finished it with a sauce made with beef stock, cider vinegar, red pepper flakes, and some other seasonings.

Time to relax with a few beverages.
 

hambone1950

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We filled 3 nescos to the top with the pork. Finished it with a sauce made with beef stock, cider vinegar, red pepper flakes, and some other seasonings.

Time to relax with a few beverages.
Wow. That looks like it came out good. Great having the restaurant prep table in the yard. We could've used one of those at the pig roast I went to a couple weeks ago.
(That was a tiny pig compared to that hogasaurus you guys cooked).
Man, when that pork gets cooked right that is good eatin. I really enjoy that atmosphere too. It's like a big DIY project for all the guys and then you get to chow down and have a few drinks. Epic good time.
 

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