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Serious reviews kinda scare me Gris. But I do my best. Actually in route. To NOLA for the night tonight. Not sure where we are eating just yet though.



bringing me some tomatoes?






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LSUballs
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Next year mane!





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timbo
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I'm jealous. I would love to cook a whole pig. One day.....





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tirebiter
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Shite, it's a shoat!!!

Looks like it will be tasty. I believe your temp range is on the mark @ 165ish. I would have to put a sack on that head tho, googly-eyed.






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Ole Geauxt
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Babe doesn't take a back seat to anyone..





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LSUballs
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Well, two things for sure: it's too early to be sewing up a pig, and my head hurts. Geaux Tigahs.





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CITWTT
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Just whack the head off for head cheese.





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LSUballs
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Managed to get my arse up after not too many hours sleep. No LSU foosball games should start earlier or later than 7pm imo.

Lit the fire:



Stuffed and sutured the pig whilst drinking a 16oz Bud light that turned out to be surprisingly refreshing for 6am.



Slathered it all over with mustard to get the rub to stick then commenced to applying the rub. Rub = equal parts shitload of Tony's, Cayenne, Garlic Powder, Onion powder, cumin and some Zatarin's Tony's..



After a thorough massage Babe finds her way to the pit. I built a rack out of expanded metal last year to aid in turning the pig. All you got to do is grab the handles and flip flop it. Plus when it gets done you snatch it out and take it straight to the cutting table without having to worry about it falling apart in the process..






Bonus shitty pic of about an 8' gator cruising down Lafourche.




Bonus comment on our QB's play last night: Outstanding






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bossflossjr
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Good job balls. Your contraption is of much higher quality than our pig cookin rigs. Gets the job done tho. I cook'em spread eagle....

Tell me u gonna put her directly on the flames when she is ready, an make some cracklins....







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LSUballs
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Tell me u gonna put her directly on the flames when she is ready, an make some cracklins....



I certainly can if I need to. What is that process?






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BRgetthenet
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Tell ME you're gonna eat that brain right when it comes off that pit.





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LSUballs
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I'm not gonna eat the pig brain Net. I'll get some temple meat though..





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OTIS2
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Nice, Mr Balls....real nice. My brisket is going just fine, too. Better than me. Mrs O has been on my arse already with some nonsense about all the wine evaporating and me not crawling into bed until 4 am or so....





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Darla Hood
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The gator must've et the little white dog. I didn't see him in your pit.

Oh, and kudos. Excellent thread. I look forward to more.






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LSUballs
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The gator must've et the little white dog.



Nope he's stuffed in the pig. I was told to make sure it had some good bark.











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bossflossjr
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Funny

When she is ready to remove, put directly on the fire.... Skin will start popping, fat inside bubbling.... Doesnt take long. Watch closely as not to burn. U will have tender juicy meat underneath a layer of warm fat & crispy skin






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If I bring a dessert can I come over this afternoon?





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LSUballs
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Banana pudding or a carrot cake and it's a deal





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