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Custom Smoker arrive at your leisure, along the River AZ.
Unfortunately I won’t have it to share , but there is a always another bbq in the works. I will definitely put the word out for RDP players.
I usually get all the meat from Sams club, for a couple reasons. First it’s like 2.5 miles from home, seconds a lot of time I will pick up space quantities so a better price per lb. I have been happy with all the meat I purchased there with one exception, one case I bought like a year ago had 2 picnic in the case.
Costco has nice briskets I have cooked before in photo post #3 with 8 pork butt and 5 brisket. After the meat came off that day we did about a 100 ears of corn in husk, yum.
I have not ever cooked prime, wygau, Kobe or the like. To much money, if cook goes sideways. Right now they have 15 rack per case of back ribs, I have bought a case of spares in a while because I will only do like 4 racks at a time, they are full racks I trim down to St Louis cut. Yields waste I don’t have room to store. I am going today to get a case of pork butt and case of back ribs for a bbq on Saturday.
+1 on Sams Club. I buy their choice packer briskets, 15-17 lbs. Pork butts, whoever has them on sale and the same with ribs. You can order meat ahead online at Sam's club. Last year I pre ordered a "plate" of beef ribs. I think it was 9 ribs=24 lbs. Yes, these are the dino ribs. Injected them and smoked them like a brisket. Nobody finished one rib. My friends took home their rib for another meal.
Also, try and get subscribed to news letters/ sales at Creekstone Farms. A few times a year they have great sales on prime briskets an prime tri tips. They're both killer!!
So today I’m cooking for a friend that was medically retired from work. We never had an opportunity to have an event at work due to FMLA. So it’s been about 10 months since we’ve all been together. We are going to have like a work group picnic/bbq at Pyramid Canyon Park in Laughlin, just below Davis Dam.
New version of rolling coal, starting at my house, finishing at park. Never rolled coal with $250 worth meat in the works before.
I started last night trimming, injecting, making dry rub etc......Started fire @3am
Pork on at 4
8 pork butts after 1.5 hour
Dry rub applied to 15 racks baby backs , will be fall off bone tender, sweet and spicy! That’s the way the guys like them.
ribs going on around 6 am. I will try to get picks of end results later.........