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The BeefPalooza– My Favorite Things– 60th Birthday Cook

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Farewell tour... the beef, beef, and more beef why do people show without RSVPing Central Texas Style cook




plate ribs on at 6:30, cooked at 275° – 283°, pulled at 1:30 at ~203°.




















spinach, honeycrisp apples, cranberries, candied pecans, strawberriespepitas,








pulled cowboy steaks @ 137°...






somewhow missed the sweet potatoes and mac and cheese...


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Thanks @Ron5850, I did. Mrs. CentralTex flew my daughter in from El Paso. So, the whole family was together and nothing is more important to me than when us four can sit down around the same table. My version of heaven on earth.


oops! and an additional 16 other people this time around. :rofl:

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Thanks @Rob_grill_apprentice, I forgot to take pics of the two center cut pork chops. :-D


10 hours ago, Blusmoke said:

Back when I was in the army and stationed in Texas I could eat those beef ribs everyday. They look like money to me. Happy Birthday to you !


Interested, Killeen? I walked in Restaurant Depot at the exact right moment. They were giving them away @ $3.30 a pound.

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