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Old 06-12-2010, 02:56 PM   #29
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Please sign us up. For breakfast - 2 dozen doughnuts and 1 gallon juice. For Supper - Brisket.

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Put us down for fresh fruit for the Breakfast pot luck and crockpot chicken for the Supper
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Old 06-27-2010, 04:35 PM   #32
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Toast anyone?

Barbara S.

Is anyone bringing toast for brakefast?

Are there any provisions (such as a power outlet) where the brakefast will be served?

We could bring toast and our toaster.

Please let us know.

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We will be using the serving area for the park, so there will be electric available for crockpots. We will also be qble to use the grill to warm what may be needed.
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"BRISKET", The south bound end of a north bound cow!!
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"BRISKET", The south bound end of a north bound cow!!
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Brisket is generally a pretty TOUGH meat by "nature" so it has to be s-l-o-w-l-y cooked...usually 8 hours or longer depending on the size.

It's a staple here in Texas and bbq-uer worth his salt learns at a young age how to cook one. It can be done in the oven, but doesn't taste nearly as good as it does when it's done right in a bbq smoker or closed pit


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"BRISKET", The south bound end of a north bound cow!!
bdaball, as you notice on Rusty's, Cow Map, looks like you need a geography lesson........

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Please put us down for bacon for breakfast, pulled pork for dinner.
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Put us down for bacon for breakfast and mac & cheese and watergate salad for dinner.
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Please put us down for sausage patties for Wednesday.

We may not be attending Thursday evening meal as we are contemplating leaving early to head to Tombstone since we have our 9 year old grandson with us.
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Hey Barbara Our son and family will be in for the Train ride and they will be laeving after breakfast on Wed. so they will be bringing "papas with red chilli and eggs" Thats Jason Krylowicz.
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Count us in for breakfast: 2 dozen eggs and Brown"N serve sausages. For supper: Mesquite chicken breast and chili sauce " Salsa".
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