6am Saturday morning they fired up the pits ...
Even added a little protection against the rain ... sorry folks, no blankies here ...
This is a pellet cooker - small and portable.
After getting brisket and larger pieces of meat on they started cooking Breakfast Fatties and Bacon Candie!
Bacon Candie in the making:
Breakfast Fattie (sausage rolled around eggs and potatoes)
This is Peep's Smoked Pepper Beef ... so freaking good ... nam nam nammy!
Dave and Chris both made Ribs ... Felt honored that Dave used my home made BBQ sauce to glaze his ribs:
I did a Brisket and a Lechon Pork Belly (Filipino Style):
That's me in the camo hat cutting up the Brisket & Pork Belly Roll (Jeff, Chris, Russ, Peeps, then Dave - the far back is Peeps wife - guys please correct me if I got the names wrong - we all use "handles" on the forums)
Russ smoked Tri-Tip smoked to medium rare - juicy and good!!!
Charles made an amazing Brisket...
Peeps taught Dave the ways of Smoked - yes I said "SMOKED" Pecan Pie - SO GOOD!!!
Tradition dating all the way back to the first BBQ Brethren Bash get together (I believe early 80s) it has been a tradition to take a swig of Cabo ... several did, a handful of us don't drink so we cheered them on in support.
Was an awesome good time ... usually goes all day and is usually out at a lake where several will camp the night before. This time it wasn't possible as all the lakes/parks were closed due to heavy flooding... yes the great flood of Dallas that had many looking to build arcs. Huge shout out to Peeps for letting us crash his place and even bigger shout out to his wife for letting us.
I believe we are going to try and do a mini-bash get together sometime end of summer up near Lake Lavon for those interested.
I had a blast and love this group of guys!!! Smoke on my brothers, smoke on!