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Smoked Brisket, and pulled pork

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Roc'n C, Jul 25, 2010.

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  1. Roc'n C

    Roc'n C TS Member

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    July 31 and Aug 1st, at the Gillette Gun Club in Gillette Wy, we will be serving smoked brisket and smoked pulld pork for lunch on Sat the 31st of July and hamburgers and Hog wings on the 1st of Aug, come out and enjoy, Chuck
     
  2. ric3677

    ric3677 Well-Known Member

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    I bet they look like this when they get ready to pull them..yummmm

    Going to the lake next week with almost all the kids and all the grandkids. Going to do a PB one of those nights.

    Hope you have a good turnout.

    Rick in Mt.
     
  3. moserag

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    I can tell you from experience that anything Chuck makes is worth the trip! Add that to the great targets that Gillette throws and you've got an unbeatable weekend. Hope to see you there. Dave Moser
     
  4. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    Rick3677, what kind of smoker is that in your picture? Thanks, Bob
     
  5. MXSHOOTER

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    Looking forward to it Chuck, see you on saturday, Dennis
     
  6. Roc'n C

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    I do mine on a pit, Chuck
     
  7. Roc'n C

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    One like this
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  8. MX/MT

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    ljuticsscentennialpro,

    Looks like a Big Green Egg to me...supposed to be a great cooker.

    I haven't loosened up the wallet enough for one yet but I plan to soon. Everyone that has one seems to love it.
     
  9. ric3677

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    Chuck,

    That's once nice looking pit...and I bet it turns out some great stuff.

    Hope your shoot goes over well.

    Rick in Mt.
     
  10. Roc'n C

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    It goes over well, just hope in your truck and grab Ed from Haver and come on down , targets are the best in the state and the food is awesome
    Chuck
     
  11. ric3677

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    YOU want ME to grab Ed?.......Nobody drives Ed...LOL Ed Drives or he doesn't go. Actually it's flying low. Anyone that rides with Ed knows that.

    Wish I could be there.....but I have a date with 5 grandkids and 3 of my 4 kids and their spouses. Going to the lake.
     
  12. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    Thanks MX/MT. I'll go look at one at BBQ's Galore. $800-$1200 f/L/XL. May have to sell a Browning. LOL Bob
     
  13. Bob M

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    Weber Smokey Mountain cooker is a good pit and retails for about $275. Good que. I did a 9 lb shoulder and a 10 lb brisket on mine two weeks ago. Not as heavy as an Big Green Egg, but a good cooker none the less.

    Roc, I love that Nitro cooker.
     
  14. ric3677

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    The BGE is more than a smoker..hang here for a while and find out.

    http://www.eggheadforum.com
     
  15. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    Thanks Ric. I'll go to one of the demo days. Bob
     
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