Discussion in 'Lounge' started by 1965 Ranchero 66G, Aug 10, 2017.
The cattle take care of them selves, as for the sheep, great lawn mowers very non intrusive.
Sounds like you go both ways then.
I have heard about your kind.
Big end of the Brisket, I smoked the flat cut last week. Should be done sometime tomorrow afternoon.
Boy Howdy, that's what I'm talkin' about!
Quit trolling down south, nothing to be had here.. or have you run out of prospects in and out of the Bay area..
Guess you haven't been around cattlemen long enough to know what they think of sheep.
We have both here in CA also, but they steer clear of each other to avoid shooting each other as used to be the case in your state.
Or are you all into something different entirely? I know Texas has changed, but I thought that was limited to the area around Austin.
How long do you cook the brisket on the smoker? Do you have a electric or Charcoal smoker?
Mine is charcoal and requires some monitoring but I like the results..
We have progressed down here, it's all about economics and purpose.
It's a Cookshack electric smoker. Light coating of yellow mustard to keep the rub in place. ( The mustard goes inert and tasteless during smoking). I usually do 18 to 22 hrs with hickory chips and few chunks of charcoal for a nice smoke ring then start it at 160° overnight then turn it up to 200° untill internal temp is 185° to 190°. Then pull it out and tent it for about 30-40 min., hope that helps... Skip.
After 20 hrs.
*drool* You live to hurt me, you know.
Thought you were on a diet, I'll work on smellaputer, scratch and sniff.
Ann don`t cook on Sunday, she buys Fried chicken from Church`s...
After dinner snack, Peanut Butter Ice cream...
Ride to EAT
Oh, man, I could go for some of Church's fried okra right now!
Church's must be a lot better in other areas.
Funny, I used to think that way about Popeye's. Back in early '86, I went to a Popeye's in National City (we sailors called it Nasty City for good reason) because I never tried it (I grew up on the Colonel's recipe) and it was lunch time. I was duly unimpressed. Fast forward to now, and there's a new Popeye's here in Everett; since they came out with their "Louisiana Fast" campaign, I decide to give it another try. And you know what? I like the Cajun Spice recipe. The only complaint is that the pieces I had didn't have the spice in the coating evenly spread. But otherwise, when I do taste it, it's very good, and I gotta have it with red beans and rice.
Sunday night means dinner with Pop. He's 79. Lives up the road with his dog, Molly. Lasagna was on the docket. Corn on the cob just for fun.
KFC has gotten so wet and greasy that any leftovers are no good the next day. Yeah, Popeye's is pretty good.
I lived in N City back in 73 when I was working at the 32'nd st. naval base. When I got to Oakland in 75 it was just like N. City, only bigger.
kind of like the parents house in Forrest Gump.
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