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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
Wait what? Y’all got sick after the Texas slaw game at Minute Maid?
Yes. Hella sick
How did I not get sick? We went to Komodos and Railyard. Drugs were involved.
Yes. For like 2-3 days
I want to get out in front of this story I did not do drugs
Your ass just had a bad hangover
Pussy. I was on a 2 day coke bender by the time I got to the game.
We were doing lines in the bathroom through all of the games. I had a shit ton of blow on me.
I wore camo joggers because it was agreed that they looked sick with my Yeezys and Arkansas shirt. I was coked out of my fucking mind and listening to coked out people. Didn’t even bring a jacket as it got pretty chilly.
When you have more than one beef rib....
what’s his/her name?
Lilly, golden retriever. 11 weeks old. She is a v good girl
All kidding aside I think she is like 50% beef rib at this current moment in time
Lilly looks line an amazing girl. So jealous
Ruby is 7 months as of today. They grow up so fast
Purposely liked yours instead of his after this post
doing the Lord’s work
I have to assume that we’re in a golden retriever pic war now so I will clap back accordingly
I have a non golden retriever pup submission. We may make it to bed eventually
Fall asleep on the couch
That’s the likely outcome
Ruby is currently in a phase were she won’t eat food and won’t eat a treat unless it’s broken up for her (or we chase her for, and I mean this literally, 12 minutes), so I’ll never convince myself she’s winning any sort of competition. Especially against a gorgeous puppy like that.
But dogs are the best. And this thread is the best thread on this very board. So I’m just happy to participate
Keep drinking and Smokey McPots
we ran around the coffee table last night ....
You’re a man of honor and integrity, I’ve always said that
You told me the opposite behind close doors
13lb bird, wet-brined and cocked. 350 degrees with charcoal & mesquite chunks.
Thats a big ass chicken
I am never not cocking a turkey again, 1.5 hours and it is done.
What'd you use for the rub?
Coarse kosher, coarse pepper, garlic powder, rubbed sage, crushed rosemary, dash of paprika for color
If you want to extend it a couple hours drop it down to ~225. I did a 11.5 lb bird at 225 and it took about three hours to do which was perfect since I cooked all the sides and desserts. Gave me time to do all the extra shit since wife ended up getting sick and laid down for a Friendsgiving we had.
Also a cheat to get the skin to crisp up is mix in some baking powder in your rub.
Nah, I am short on time these days.
And not just time
hah, small penis joke!
Going to do a turkey breast using Franklin’s method. Didn’t see anything about brining beforehand, so I’m guessing I don’t need to?
No point, when you wrap in foil with butter it’ll be moist af.
i’m trying duck fat spray for the last hour this year
anybody tried before?
In his video; he brines overnight in a water, sugar, salt mixture.
I am considering brining on Tuesday night then Wednesday pull it and season it and let the seasoning set over night and put the bird on early Thursday. Anyone ever done that? Will the overnight seasoning make much difference?
If you’re going to wet brine it I think an overnight seasoning/dry brine might make it too salty assuming the seasoning contains salt?
Was looking at a couple seasoning options but that’s a great point. Thank you.
I did Franklin method and didn’t brine and it was great