.. how much burning out do you think those truck rims will need? I was figuring on throwing some wood and charcoal in and stacking them on top of each other to get the paint off. Any thoughts?
I now have a spare Weber Kettle with a Slow and Sear if anyone needs it. Let me know.
Camper is packed all but alot of the food. Wife is going shopping tomorrow she says. Alot of the food is packed. Wife is getting our son and his friend out of school at noon. We hope to be there 2-3 on Friday
Spring 2021 SMF Pennsylvania Round-Up... The Venue.
Friday Night dinner had to be prepared, and served in a garage on site due to the 40-60 mile per hour winds in the area. We adapted, and overcame.
Ribs for the Great Rib Cook-Off that was held on Saturday. We were still battling 30mph winds that day, so the open cooks were not able to happen. Glad the garages were on site, because that's where we had to cook dinner again to get out of the winds. Farmer and Halfsmoked won, because the judges were local and may or may not have been being nice to me.
Dinner was able to be held in the top of the barn without having to risk the roof blowing off. Everyone that attended had a belly full of smoked foods and deserts when they went home.
Farmer, slicing up some of his Sirloin Roast... Halfsmoked had his smoked goose next to it. Not too many leftovers by the nights end.
The legendary Halfsmoked and his Wife.. GREAT people to have to an event ( and she makes an EXCELLENT orange cream sickle cake).
Overall, it was a great event even though we didn't have the turnout I expected. Everyone went home with a little bit of knowledge gained, and a Great time was had by all. Special thanks to pc farmer
, his family HalfSmoked
and his wife for helping me with this event, and making it all come together.