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Old 04-09-2007, 10:02 AM   #617
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SORRY! Would someone please straighten this out? This is my first "cut and paste, and I think (know) something went wrong. Should I have highlighted the entire post, including food and beverages?

That's OK. I needed to update once again and add Hank A back to Em's BBQ list as well. This gets confusing! Yes, Highlight, cut and paste the entire list to a new post if you add more names or dishes.

Dishes:
World's Best Mesquite Grilled Turkey--Jim & Susan
BBQ - THE PIG - for pork lovers - compliments of your donations.
BBQ - (some of each: Brisket, Chicken) -- Martin & Blanche
Smoked Brisket Quesadilla - Martin & Blanche
Chicken Alfredo with Linguini - Kathy
Southern Red Beans and Rice - David Alan
"Mark's Shrimp" - Brad & Karen
Tossed Greek Salad - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Real Whipped Cream - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Pineapple with a whipped creme dip- davidz71 (Craig)
Key Lime Pies (2) - Tom AKA Minni'e Mate
Corn Casserole - R&SZinser
Smoked Turkey - Camperski Crew
Broccoli casserole - Alan & Shannon
Green Bean Casserole - A-Merry-Can aka jp
Baked Beans - Dawgfan
Potato Salad & Cole Slaw - nvestysly - Danielle & Lucius
Fresh Pasta Salad - Tsunami
Scalloped pineapple-Starflyte-Pat

(AND, lets not forget ~~ Peanut M&Ms and Coca Cola - Clancy Boy )


Beverages:
Beer - Jim & Susan
White wine - Kathy
Wine - Cabernet Sauvignon (2) - Martin & Blanche
Local wine Rabun Red - Holly (Mrs. Spartan)
Mix of Microbrews - Nick (Mr. Spartan)
Cooler of soft drinks and water-Starflyte-Pat


We're going whole hog, so don't forget empresley's show. We have over 10 participants, but the more the merrier . Or is it the more the messier? Can't have good BBQ without getting it all over yourself!
Springstream BBQ Cooking Show (10:30ish Sat. am)
Details in post# 378 and repeated in post #618
Attending:
nilesrob – 1 (Brad)
nvestysly – 2 (Danielle & Lucius)
David Alan – 1 (Dave)
Minnie’s Mate – 1 (Tom)
BigAl - 1 (Al)

Hank A 2 (Hank & Terry)
davidz71 - 2 (Craig & Cynthia)
starflyte - 1 (Pat)
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Old 04-09-2007, 10:05 AM   #618
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Em's BBQ Show Details

BBQed Syllabus
************************************************** ****

Class titles can vary:
How to Serve Burnt Offerings & Still be a Winner.
How to Waste an Hour with em.
How to Make it with a Grill or Cook Better than your Neighbors.
Make up your own...
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1. Very brief remarks to help end the beginning.

2. Meats to be discussed and demonstrated.
Each catagory will have its own unique variations on (trimming, injection, seasoning, use of sauce, etc.)

a. Ribs
b. Chicken
c. Pork Shoulder or Boston Butt
d. Beef Brisket
e. Whole Hog - if anyone is interested we will do this last (the hog should be cooking while we speak)

3. Seasoning methods
a. Injections & Marinades
b. Dry Rubs
c. Brining

4. Sauces
a. Varieties & applications for different meats
b. Off the shelf vs. custom or homemade
c. Do’s and Don’ts (sometimes known as my way or the highway)

5. Methods of Cooking
a. BBQing vs. Grilling vs. Smoking
b. Fuels (charcoal, wood, gas, etc.)
c. Temperatures for cooking. Being "done" vs. "good eats".

6. Discussion
a. Questions and answers
b. For the Die-hards: The Whole Hog (everything you wanted to know)

7. Competition BBQ events (optional discussion if we have time or folks won’t leave)
a. Organizations and how to participate
b. How to become a BBQ Judge

Items to Note:

1. Start time? Early morning (9:00) or mid-afternoon (2:00). Post suggested times based on other activities. I’m flexible.
2. We will be discussing the ribs and chicken first in case there are individuals who are not interested in cooking brisket or shoulders. (those intimidated by large cuts of meat will be excused early)
3. Someone needs to start a post to list participants or send me a PM. The number attending will be important for several reasons. (handouts, samples, will this class make?, etc.)
4. The syllabus is not sacred. It is open to suggestions, deletions, additions, etc. I will try to cover anything relevant. Anyone who would like to present their favorite BBQ technique or secret is welcome to join in.
5. Class objective: Have fun. Get some sauce on your shirt. Pass the post-test.
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Old 04-09-2007, 10:11 AM   #619
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Dishes:
World's Best Mesquite Grilled Turkey--Jim & Susan
BBQ - THE PIG - for pork lovers - compliments of your donations.
BBQ - (some of each: Brisket, Chicken) -- Martin & Blanche
Smoked Brisket Quesadilla - Martin & Blanche
Chicken Alfredo with Linguini - Kathy
Southern Red Beans and Rice - David Alan
"Mark's Shrimp" - Brad & Karen
Tossed Greek Salad - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Real Whipped Cream - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Pineapple with a whipped creme dip- davidz71 (Craig)
Key Lime Pies (2) - Tom AKA Minni'e Mate
Corn Casserole - R&SZinser
Smoked Turkey - Camperski Crew
Broccoli casserole - Alan & Shannon
Green Bean Casserole - A-Merry-Can aka jp
Baked Beans - Dawgfan
Potato Salad & Cole Slaw - nvestysly - Danielle & Lucius
Fresh Pasta Salad - Tsunami
Scalloped pineapple-Starflyte-Pat



Beverages:
Beer - Jim & Susan
White wine - Kathy
Wine - Cabernet Sauvignon (2) - Martin & Blanche
Local wine Rabun Red - Holly (Mrs. Spartan)
Mix of Microbrews - Nick (Mr. Spartan)
Cooler of soft drinks and water-Starflyte-Pat


We're going whole hog, so don't forget empresley's show, aiming for at least 10 to sign up:
Springstream BBQ Cooking Show (10:30ish Sat. am)
Details in post# 383
Attending:
nilesrob – 1 (Brad)
nvestysly – 2 (Danielle & Lucius)
David Alan – 1 (Dave)
Minnie’s Mate – 1 (Tom)
BigAl - 1 (Al)
davidz71 - 2 (Craig & Cynthia)
Starflyte1-1 Pat


Cut and paste as you add more names or items.
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Old 04-09-2007, 10:12 AM   #620
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We're rallying in Nortern California this year, but we're moving to Perry, GA in the fall. Maybe we'll be able to join your next rally.

I've noticed a couple references to Perry in this thread. What's going on there?

Steven and Susan
Just out of curiousity, you're moving from Carmel to little ol' Perry? Those two places couldn't be more different! What's the reason? Work, Retirement? Don't get me wrong (I'm a native Georgian), but Carmel is a beautiful, tho expensive, place to live.

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Old 04-09-2007, 10:15 AM   #621
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OK, one more time and we are UPDATED!

Dishes:
World's Best Mesquite Grilled Turkey--Jim & Susan
BBQ - THE PIG - for pork lovers - compliments of your donations.
BBQ - (some of each: Brisket, Chicken) -- Martin & Blanche
Smoked Brisket Quesadilla - Martin & Blanche
Chicken Alfredo with Linguini - Kathy
Southern Red Beans and Rice - David Alan
"Mark's Shrimp" - Brad & Karen
Tossed Greek Salad - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Real Whipped Cream - Dacia (Sugarfoot)
Fresh Pineapple with a whipped creme dip- davidz71 (Craig)
Key Lime Pies (2) - Tom AKA Minni'e Mate
Corn Casserole - R&SZinser
Smoked Turkey - Camperski Crew
Broccoli casserole - Alan & Shannon
Green Bean Casserole - A-Merry-Can aka jp
Baked Beans - Dawgfan
Potato Salad & Cole Slaw - nvestysly - Danielle & Lucius
Fresh Pasta Salad - Tsunami
Scalloped pineapple-Starflyte-Pat

(AND, lets not forget ~~ Peanut M&Ms and Coca Cola - Clancy Boy )


Beverages:
Beer - Jim & Susan
White wine - Kathy
Wine - Cabernet Sauvignon (2) - Martin & Blanche
Local wine Rabun Red - Holly (Mrs. Spartan)
Mix of Microbrews - Nick (Mr. Spartan)
Cooler of soft drinks and water-Starflyte-Pat


We're going whole hog, so don't forget empresley's show. We have over 10 participants, but the more the merrier . Or is it the more the messier? Can't have good BBQ without getting it all over yourself!
Springstream BBQ Cooking Show (10:30ish Sat. am)
Details in post# 378 and repeated in post #618
Attending:
nilesrob – 1 (Brad)
nvestysly – 2 (Danielle & Lucius)
David Alan – 1 (Dave)
Minnie’s Mate – 1 (Tom)
BigAl - 1 (Al)

Hank A 2 (Hank & Terry)
davidz71 - 2 (Craig & Cynthia)
starflyte - 1 (Pat)
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Thanks!

Thanks, Sugarfoot! While you were posting, I cut and pasted and think I got it right. First time ever the right way!

We leave one week from tomorrow. We are REALLY looking forward to the trip, the week-end and meeting everyone.

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Old 04-09-2007, 12:37 PM   #623
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Hello Steve and Susan,
Down in Perry, there is a very large convention center/grounds where the FMCA, Bluebird Owners, WBCCI and many other groups have large conventions. It is owned and run by the city/county. The state fair, rodeos, etc occur there. Something going on all the time. In June/July this year the WBCCI will be having it's national convention there. That
One slight correction. The Fairgrounds is owned by the State of Georgia, Department of Agriculture. Most of the events center around livestock and agricultural industries...not exactly glamorous if you're from the city, but it is a first class facility that I would expect rivals any other in the U.S.

See: Georgia National Fairgrounds
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One slight correction. The Fairgrounds is owned by the State of Georgia, Department of Agriculture. Most of the events center around livestock and agricultural industries...not exactly glamorous if you're from the city, but it is a first class facility that I would expect rivals any other in the U.S.
OK, Tom, so I made a mistake on which pot of taxes paid for it. That must be what GA is doing with all those taxes they levy on the workers of our state! Soon to be two less- we are moving to TN. No more income reditribution for this 'ole boy! UMMMMMM...that could be the start of a new thread. Alan, I'll quit-didn't mean to hijack.
By the way, living in Fayetteburg, how would you remember what agricultural smells are?
May get to finallly meet you next weekend.
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Jerry, we are considering moving in a few yrs to Chatanooga. Just witing for my son to be out of High School here
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Jerry, we are considering moving in a few yrs to Chatanooga. Just witing for my son to be out of High School here
If you do, I know of at least two Airstreamers here that would welcome you.
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Jerry, we are considering moving in a few yrs to Chatanooga. Just witing for my son to be out of High School here
Alan, we are originally from Maryville. Tn has always been our goal for retirement. I had 14 yards of concrete poured this morning at our lot at the TCPC Airstream campground in Crossville. It may be that we end up living there while looking for property and then building a house. We both like the Sweetwater valley, as far north as Lenoir City. Cleveland may be our southerly boundry as we both enjoy living in a more rural setting. You and I both need to get away from Atlanta area-it is just getting WAY TOO busy.
I don't know if you've been reading all of this thread....I hope to come over to see you guys at least once during the rally. We had signed up last year to host at the TOG Airstream park over at Helen that week, so I had prior commitments.
We traveled 7 months each of the last two years, and this is actually the first time since I retired that we were in the area during the rally.
Have you ever been up to TCPC?
It's open to anyone in an Airstream as long as there is room. A few rules to go by, but since it is member owned, there has to be a few to protect thier investment when they aren't there.
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OK, Tom, so I made a mistake on which pot of taxes paid for it. That must be what GA is doing with all those taxes they levy on the workers of our state! Soon to be two less- we are moving to TN. No more income reditribution for this 'ole boy! UMMMMMM...that could be the start of a new thread. Alan, I'll quit-didn't mean to hijack.
By the way, living in Fayetteburg, how would you remember what agricultural smells are?
May get to finallly meet you next weekend.
Sorry about the correction. I just thought if those good folks were moving there I'd start them off with the correct info. I worked for the state for over 8 years and now their system all too well. I work for a consultant now and am loving it! My firm has an office in Orlando and a regional office in Tampa and I plan to request a transfer in mid-'08 so we will be leaving my native state, too. Both cities are really on the grow, but they have a long way to go before they are anything like Atlanta. I have to deal with the commute into the heart of the City every day and it is only getting worse and less traffic was why I moved from the northside to begin with. Now that is a thing of the past too.

I am a dyed-in-the-wool Republican and was delighted when Georgia went Red, but Perdue is not my kind of Governor. I was very disappointed when he was re-elected. Hopefully, his successor will know how to better handle the state's budget. The stories I could tell. At least Florida doesn't have an income tax either. Plus my remaining family lives there.

Anyway, I grew up in rural south Georgia so, while I didn't grow up on a farm I have family that did and I know a thing or two about livestock and agriculture. When we moved to Fayetteville, there were actually folks that still earned a living farming there. We were considered outsiders to be tolerated for our contribution to the local economy, but now we are almost considered natives. At least our kids are. Now farming is just a hobby or a way to have horses.

I do hope there are no hard feelings about the correction, Steelbird. Please drop in on the rally if you can't make it for the entire weekend. I'd love to meet you in person.
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I do hope there are no hard feelings about the correction, Steelbird. Please drop in on the rally if you can't make it for the entire weekend. I'd love to meet you in person.
Oh, gosh no. If you remember the offline discussion we had on one of the strong opinions a few weeks back- I was kinda' makin' fun. As for the smells in Fayetteville, give it another 20 years, and it will be a tough place to live, not talkin' farming here! Traffic is getting nuts there already.
I'll see about coming over for a while one day during the rally- I really would like to.
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Yes I do remember the offline discussion we had and enjoyed it. Yes, traffic is one of the reasons we are looking at moving. It has gone from a 20 minute trip to the hardware store (which went out of business after Home Depot opened) on Saturday morning to a minimum of an hour to do any kind of business on weekends. And most of the cars have out of county tags on them! The only plus is more restaurants to choose from.

I look forward to meeting you while at the rally in a couple of weeks.
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