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July 27, 2006


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Sounds like a good time. I always end up cooking too much food when I put something like this together. Maybe I need to warn people ahead of time not to eat the day of.

Go ahead and change the recipe. What do I care? It's your funeral.

Seriously, go ahead and change the recipe. I always do. It's part of the fun of coooking.

Just let me know how it turns out.

Sounds delicious! BTW, this reminded me of the last WBW, with wines to go with BBQ. The other night I had some Bourbon Flavored BBQ wings, and had a 2001 Marques de Caceres Rioja with them. That was just about perfect!

Lenn, on the Pulled Pork, somehow get the method by Alton Brown on Good Eats. Using 2 large Terra Cotta pots, a single burner, metal dish and apple wood chips. Use Apple wood, combined with Oak (Hmmm I am thinking Oak from retired wine barrels... Yum... Mesquite and Cedar may be too strong, and apple has a nice sweet flavor that does not over power the flavor of the meat.
This is the Only way I make pulled pork...

The retired oak barrel for cooking the other BBQ food sounds like a wonderful idea...

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