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sarkowski last won the day on January 15 2014

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  1. How was it? Hope you enjoyed it as much as we do!
  2. I also liked the way the metal carts looked and they also seemed to function very well but I didn't want to dish out the money so I built one. It's a little bigger than the Primo cart so I have more workspace and a large Rubbermaid Action Packer slides perfectly underneath.
  3. At $13 for one gallon that is a bargain if one could avoid the shipping charges.Yeah, would love to see it on Amazon since I have Prime =) I've tried a couple of their other flavors, but the original is the only way to go. We even put it on macaroni and cheese. I know the pizza thing sounds crazy, but after rolling out or tossing your dough, a light coating of Williamson Brothers Original, fresh basil, a diced red bell pepper, some sliced Johnsonville Sweet Italian sausage (cooked on the grill of course), finished with shredded cheese and then cooked on the grill is my family's favorite pizza. It's such a unique BBQ sauce b/c it's not too sweet, not too vinegary, not too spicy. It doesn't sound crazy at all, one of my favorite pizza's is a local joints BBQ lovers which is bbq sauce, rib meat, red onion, and 3 cheese blend. They use a spicy molasses based sauce. That sounds fantastic! We never use tomato sauce anymore. No matter what kind of pizza we make, Williamson Bros. Original is our sauce!
  4. At $13 for one gallon that is a bargain if one could avoid the shipping charges. Yeah, would love to see it on Amazon since I have Prime =) I've tried a couple of their other flavors, but the original is the only way to go. We even put it on macaroni and cheese. I know the pizza thing sounds crazy, but after rolling out or tossing your dough, a light coating of Williamson Brothers Original, fresh basil, a diced red bell pepper, some sliced Johnsonville Sweet Italian sausage (cooked on the grill of course), finished with shredded cheese and then cooked on the grill is my family's favorite pizza. It's such a unique BBQ sauce b/c it's not too sweet, not too vinegary, not too spicy.
  5. I'm right there with ya!!! It's the only sauce I use for butts and ribs. We also use it on pizza instead of tomato sauce. Stupid good!!!
  6. Can't wait to see it finished! I will never forget cooking my first butt. I was so excited when it was finally done and rested and was even more pleased when my family sat down to a barbecue dinner that didn't come out of a container from the local barbecue joint. Probably my favorite cut of meat to cook!
  7. With just lump I still get a hint of smokey flavor, not sure I would want any more on the pizza than that. Maybe try one with and one without to see if you get more flavor.Ditto. Everything's better with smoke! Just remember a chunk or two will do.
  8. Just fired up the chimney, about to scramble some eggs and brown the sausage. Sending my little ladies off to school with bellies full of nachos!
  9. Sausage, egg, and cheese nachos on the grill. Nothing beats the smell of hickory in the morning!
  10. I use pre made dough from the Publix deli, grill temp is between 450 and 475, and I make sure the stone is completely warmed up. I have a thick, good quality stone (got tired of cracking cheap ones). It usually takes a good hour or so to heat up. I sometimes leave it on for a couple of hours before cooking any pizzas just to make sure it's heated up. Thin crust has always worked best for me too. Have fun! One of my most favorite things to do is have a bunch of people over and crank out five or six pizzas while everyone is out in the backyard enjoying good drink and conversation. I'm ready for spring!
  11. Chopped pork butt. Bark in every bite!
  12. I just pulled mine off about 45 minutes ago once it reached 195 internal.
  13. I have one resting right now. Took it off at 195 internal. Still needs to rest for another hour and a half but I will chop and take pictures. We're doing pork tacos.
  14. I'm just curious, and forgive me if this has been discussed before, but do you all prefer your pork barbecue pulled or chopped? Most of what I have seen are folks talking about pulled pork. I have always pulled my pork barbecue. Until... My family has been dining together for over 15 years at a barbecue place called Bailey's in Ringgold, GA and their barbecue is chopped. This past Christmas, while visiting my parents and sitting at the table enjoying some stupid good Bailey's Barbecue it got me thinking. Why do I always pull my pork? Why not chop it? And then my wife, as if she was reading my mind, said out loud, "I think I like barbecue chopped, not pulled." So as soon as we got home I did a pork butt and instead of pulling it, I chopped it. I'll be honest, I think I like it better and here's why... You get bark in every bite. It seems that by chopping it the bark is more evenly distributed throughout the barbecue and therefore the flavor is better. Before you all call me crazy and kick me out of this forum, I'm curious to hear your feedback.
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