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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Bob Correll's Avatar
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    Smoke Day Weekend Butt & Brisket

    I'm not in a typing mood, but here's how it went last weekend.
    Cooked a butt on Saturday for Sunday's family guests, and I also cooked a brisket on Sunday.










    I cut off an end of the flat planning to cure it, but said the heck with that.











    Cooking a steak to well done is like killing the bovine twice.

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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Bob Correll's Avatar
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    I always go light for my first plate to make sure there's no shortage of food, there was plenty for seconds or thirds.
    Forgot to get beans on this one!



    Good food, good company, great times!

    Monday's egg, cheese, and brisket McBob.


    A very good friend sent me some very good beer and I saved it for Smoke Day.
    If you ever travel to Wisconsin, better get yourself some!!



    Thanks for sharing my smokin' weekend with me!
    Cooking a steak to well done is like killing the bovine twice.

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    That all looks crazy good Bob, very nice cooks.
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    That is some awesome cooking love the pics. Great Idea for your brisket McBob.
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    What a great spread! Love the looks of that Brisket!
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    Some incredible cookin' there Bob! Love everything! The McBob rocks!
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    Beautiful meal Bob!!!
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    That is one pretty brisket!
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    The butt and brisket are spectacular. Probably the nicest I've seen. The pictures could be in a photo journal. You are a master Bob. I absolutely love those beans. Perfect side for the cooks.
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    Butt looks tremendous but brisket is really awesome!
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