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    You've linked to your album which is nearly as good. Cooking 3 flats? A little tough to tell with the lighting.

    ETA: Also, not to tell you your business and this is far beyond the normal discussions here, but I would recommend figuring out how to shut the meta data off with your camera. Clicking your links shows me exactly where you were when you took that picture.
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    So knowing where I live, you don't wanna sample?.... LOL
    Discussion was 3 packer trim, guy shows up with 3 trimmed briskets, never again, either I buy them or I don't cook em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Wil View Post
    So knowing where I live, you don't wanna sample?.... LOL
    Discussion was 3 packer trim, guy shows up with 3 trimmed briskets, never again, either I buy them or I don't cook em.
    It's not that I don't want any, it's that I don't think I can get there in time for it lol. Re the second part, for several years now if the people that are coming feel like they need to chip in I tell 'em to throw in what they think they should for money, and let me do the shopping and cooking. I've assigned a side or dessert or something to bring a few times. But yeah, I wouldn't ever rely on somebody else to pick brisket/ribs/butts out for me. Hey, on the bright side the space concerns wound up not being a problem!

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    Yes, guess these should feed 12 people when complete. It's for a wedding shower for his daughter, still, next time I pick and pay me later.

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    End result before slicing. Largest of the 3 was 6.5 lbs.
    14 hour cook. My only regret is the market trimming way too much.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/D9BKaaUK87q7mnyt6

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    FINISHED PRODUCT
    1 BOTTLE STUBBS SPICY
    1 BOTTLE BABY RAY SPICY
    mixed together.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/YCvYdKGRtasSvYqg6
    ttps://photos.app.goo.gl/YCvYdKGRtasSvYqg6

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    Stubbs is some good stuff. Looks like it was pretty tasty.

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