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Author Topic: 2011 Pig Roast Thread (now the RSVP Thread Please let us know if you might come)  (Read 76102 times)

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thats right mi. is north of the continental grit line. :D :D
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I know one thing. I just cooked a roast of pork here this afternoon and I could have eaten the whole darn thing to. Some good. Mmm!! ;D  musteat_1 Never get anything like it in any restaurant in these parts. :)

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I remember another "roast of pork" that you could not get in a restaurant either.   food6
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I would like to attend a pig roast or a chicken crispin but 1309 miles is a bit far for me.  We do a little cooking from time to time. 

These are a few ribs that are about ready to come off.  I cooked 196 slabs that day on two rotations.  There were a bunch of folks cooking to raise money for the families of two police officers who were killed.  At the end of the day, the community raised about $90,000.

  
A few leg quarters that are about to come off.

  
Some pork butts that will be ready for pulling in a few hours.

 
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Now thats a BBQ COOKER!  Mighty fine looking bbq for a fine cause. 8)
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When do we get invited down to the SE chapter roast'n. ;D :)

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Very nice and also a very worthy cause.  I love to see a community pull together and help those that are hurting or less fortunate.   :)
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I would like to attend a pig roast or a chicken crispin but 1309 miles is a bit far for me.  We do a little cooking from time to time. 

These are a few ribs that are about ready to come off.  I cooked 196 slabs that day on two rotations.  There were a bunch of folks cooking to raise money for the families of two police officers who were killed.  At the end of the day, the community raised about $90,000.

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A few leg quarters that are about to come off.

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Some pork butts that will be ready for pulling in a few hours.

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When do we get invited down to the SE chapter roast'n. ;D :)

I'll make okra fried in grits batter!  ;) We can also come up with some collard greens, paw-paws, and sweet vidalia onions.  Now if you're really good we might make peach cobbler, fried chicken (without grits), cornbread with butter, gumbo, hot dogs in buns with chili on top, and boiled peanuts.

And pecan pie. Without grits.
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we will be in clare the last weekend of june to bad we r not staying thet long

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Had did a lad from Maine get indoctrinated in southern cook'n? ;D My grandma was a Mainer and there's just some things you can't change. Even though she lived in NB for 73 years. :D

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I grew up in a mixed family, and have learned to enjoy new cultures. I ate everything they put in front of me when I visited China for 6 weeks-- after that-- the rest was easy.
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Can we order a Pork plate delivered?  ;D

I've got one left from last year I'll drop in the mail   :D :D :D :D
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I grew up in a mixed family, and have learned to enjoy new cultures. I ate everything they put in front of me when I visited China for 6 weeks-- after that-- the rest was easy.

I should point out that when I say a mixed family, I mean, my dad was from Oregon, and my mom was from Maine. So a culturally mixed family.
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Still a mystery, as neither is near south. ;)

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Still a mystery, as neither is near south. ;)

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Well, we did make pigs fly in 2010, so never know. :D

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Still a mystery, as neither is near south. ;)

They will be when the Mayan calendar ends and poles shift.    :D :D :D

 :D :D :D

As I said earlier, I enjoy learning from various cultures and enjoying their food.  I can find things to like about everywhere, including food.
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I'll start a new rsvp thread for this year real soon. :)
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