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now that looks like a hell of a good time! too bad i'll be on my honeymoon that week.
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You know I sit here and see adverts for BBQ or see somebody on TV cooking BBQ and my mouth starts watering. I take a run over to the only BBQ joint within 4o miles and and order a half rack and a cold one and start chowing down.
By the time I'm done, I don't want to see an other BBQ again. :)
What is it about BBQ that sounds sooooooo good until your done eating it and you wish you didn't?
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What it is is you've had good BBQ in the past that you remember, but the place down the street isn't that good.There are no BBQ places in Jersey.



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Bubba wrote:You know I sit here and see adverts for BBQ or see somebody on TV cooking BBQ and my mouth starts watering. I take a run over to the only BBQ joint within 4o miles and and order a half rack and a cold one and start chowing down.
By the time I'm done, I don't want to see an other BBQ again. :)
What is it about BBQ that sounds sooooooo good until your done eating it and you wish you didn't?
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I dunno, sucks to be you. I could eat BBQ every night of the week and three times on Sunday.

Maybe it has something to do with growing up on it in the south. Kinda like cajun food... you have to grow up on it and be tempered to it or else the flavors overwhelm you ;)

And I'd be as surprised to find a good BBQ joint in Jersey as I would be to find a good cajun food joint in... well, Jersey.
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jonnythan wrote:
Bubba wrote:You know I sit here and see adverts for BBQ or see somebody on TV cooking BBQ and my mouth starts watering. I take a run over to the only BBQ joint within 4o miles and and order a half rack and a cold one and start chowing down.
By the time I'm done, I don't want to see an other BBQ again. :)
What is it about BBQ that sounds sooooooo good until your done eating it and you wish you didn't?
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I dunno, sucks to be you. I could eat BBQ every night of the week and three times on Sunday.

Maybe it has something to do with growing up on it in the south. Kinda like cajun food... you have to grow up on it and be tempered to it or else the flavors overwhelm you ;)







And I'd be as surprised to find a good BBQ joint in Jersey as I would be to find a good cajun food joint in... well, Jersey.

And they have good BBQ in upstate NY? :laughing:
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Bubba wrote:
jonnythan wrote:
Bubba wrote:You know I sit here and see adverts for BBQ or see somebody on TV cooking BBQ and my mouth starts watering. I take a run over to the only BBQ joint within 4o miles and and order a half rack and a cold one and start chowing down.
By the time I'm done, I don't want to see an other BBQ again. :)
What is it about BBQ that sounds sooooooo good until your done eating it and you wish you didn't?
:laughing:
I dunno, sucks to be you. I could eat BBQ every night of the week and three times on Sunday.

Maybe it has something to do with growing up on it in the south. Kinda like cajun food... you have to grow up on it and be tempered to it or else the flavors overwhelm you ;)







And I'd be as surprised to find a good BBQ joint in Jersey as I would be to find a good cajun food joint in... well, Jersey.

And they have good BBQ in upstate NY? :laughing:
No, there is not. No good cajun food, either, even though joint after joint sells "cajun" items.

In fact, there really isn't much good food in general.

I'm relatively new to Upstate NY. I'm from New Orleans.
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jonnythan wrote:
Bubba wrote:
jonnythan wrote:
Bubba wrote:You know I sit here and see adverts for BBQ or see somebody on TV cooking BBQ and my mouth starts watering. I take a run over to the only BBQ joint within 4o miles and and order a half rack and a cold one and start chowing down.
By the time I'm done, I don't want to see an other BBQ again. :)
What is it about BBQ that sounds sooooooo good until your done eating it and you wish you didn't?
:laughing:
I dunno, sucks to be you. I could eat BBQ every night of the week and three times on Sunday.

Maybe it has something to do with growing up on it in the south. Kinda like cajun food... you have to grow up on it and be tempered to it or else the flavors overwhelm you ;)







And I'd be as surprised to find a good BBQ joint in Jersey as I would be to find a good cajun food joint in... well, Jersey.

And they have good BBQ in upstate NY? :laughing:
No, there is not. No good cajun food, either, even though joint after joint sells "cajun" items.

In fact, there really isn't much good food in general.

I'm relatively new to Upstate NY. I'm from New Orleans.
Hell you're close to the original "cajun" country. Just go north. :laughing:
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Bubba wrote:Hell you're close to the original "cajun" country. Just go north. :laughing:
Not really. Sure, the Acadians came from the eastern Canada region, but the Acadians spent generations mixing with the Spanish and French Creole people also settling in the area (a hot, wet, tropical area) to produce Cajuns as we know them today.

The culture is remarkably different.

My heritage and my family are distinctly Cajun, from the southeast and south-central portions of Louisiana.
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Which is best and cheap for BBQ?

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marie3454 wrote: Tue Sep 29, 2020 4:07 pm Which is best and cheap for BBQ?
If you're talking about meat pork is a classic choice where I'm from.

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marie3454 wrote: Tue Sep 29, 2020 4:07 pm Which is best and cheap for BBQ?
Are you talking about meat? Marinating will be the key and so as the side dish that will go with it.

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