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    Sheldon Guest

    Default Noo Yawk City Eats!

    You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!

    http://bigapplebbq.org

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    Sheldon <[email protected]> news:f20f70b5-13ef-4c92-b69c-79c0a177ecf2
    @l42g2000hsc.googlegroups.com: in rec.food.cooking

    > You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >
    > http://bigapplebbq.org


    OMG... Thanks for the post. The 17th Street Bar & Grill is in Murphysboro
    Illinois. Very close to my home town. I'm gonna check it out next time I
    go home.

    Michael



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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    Sheldon <[email protected]> news:f20f70b5-13ef-4c92-b69c-79c0a177ecf2
    @l42g2000hsc.googlegroups.com: in rec.food.cooking

    > You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >
    > http://bigapplebbq.org


    OMG... Thanks for the post. The 17th Street Bar & Grill is in Murphysboro
    Illinois. Very close to my home town. I'm gonna check it out next time I
    go home.

    Michael



    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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    jmcquown Guest

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    Sheldon wrote:
    > You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >
    > http://bigapplebbq.org


    Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always ticked
    me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you know
    someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's against
    the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around in the heat
    smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the fortunate few you
    can't eat any. Sucks, really.

    Jill



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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Noo Yawk City Eats!

    Sheldon wrote:
    > You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >
    > http://bigapplebbq.org


    Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always ticked
    me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you know
    someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's against
    the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around in the heat
    smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the fortunate few you
    can't eat any. Sucks, really.

    Jill



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    George Guest

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    jmcquown wrote:
    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>
    >> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >
    > Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always ticked
    > me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you know
    > someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's against
    > the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around in the heat
    > smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the fortunate few you
    > can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >
    > Jill
    >
    >

    In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now that
    I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the roadside food
    places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared because of the
    extensive/expensive licensing requirements.

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    George Guest

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    jmcquown wrote:
    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>
    >> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >
    > Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always ticked
    > me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you know
    > someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's against
    > the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around in the heat
    > smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the fortunate few you
    > can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >
    > Jill
    >
    >

    In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now that
    I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the roadside food
    places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared because of the
    extensive/expensive licensing requirements.

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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Noo Yawk City Eats!

    George wrote:
    > jmcquown wrote:
    >> Sheldon wrote:
    >>> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>>
    >>> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >>
    >> Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    >> ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless
    >> you know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q.
    >> It's against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you
    >> walk around in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless
    >> you're one of the fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >>
    >> Jill
    >>
    >>

    > In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now
    > that I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the
    > roadside food places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared
    > because of the extensive/expensive licensing requirements.


    I dunno, George. The Memphis in May BBQ thing is hyped to the max, then you
    can't eat any unless you know someone. Go figure. I noticed a lot of the
    BBQ teams in Sheldon's link comes from teams from the southern U.S. What's
    that say about NYC BBQ?

    Jill



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    jmcquown Guest

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    George wrote:
    > jmcquown wrote:
    >> Sheldon wrote:
    >>> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>>
    >>> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >>
    >> Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    >> ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless
    >> you know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q.
    >> It's against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you
    >> walk around in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless
    >> you're one of the fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >>
    >> Jill
    >>
    >>

    > In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now
    > that I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the
    > roadside food places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared
    > because of the extensive/expensive licensing requirements.


    I dunno, George. The Memphis in May BBQ thing is hyped to the max, then you
    can't eat any unless you know someone. Go figure. I noticed a lot of the
    BBQ teams in Sheldon's link comes from teams from the southern U.S. What's
    that say about NYC BBQ?

    Jill



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    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Sat 07 Jun 2008 08:08:06a, jmcquown told us...

    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>
    >> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >
    > Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    > ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you
    > know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's
    > against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around
    > in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the
    > fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >
    > Jill


    In Cleveland at those events you can always buy the BBQ from any
    competitor.



    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Saturday, 06(VI)/07(VII)/08(MMVIII)
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    -------------------------------------------
    Get your filthy hands off my dessert!
    -------------------------------------------





  11. #11
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Noo Yawk City Eats!

    On Sat 07 Jun 2008 08:08:06a, jmcquown told us...

    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>
    >> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >
    > Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    > ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you
    > know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's
    > against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around
    > in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the
    > fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >
    > Jill


    In Cleveland at those events you can always buy the BBQ from any
    competitor.



    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Saturday, 06(VI)/07(VII)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------------
    Get your filthy hands off my dessert!
    -------------------------------------------





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    Andy Guest

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    George said...

    > jmcquown wrote:
    >> Sheldon wrote:
    >>> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>>
    >>> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >>
    >> Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    >> ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you
    >> know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's
    >> against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around
    >> in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the
    >> fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >>
    >> Jill
    >>
    >>

    > In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now that
    > I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the roadside food
    > places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared because of the
    > extensive/expensive licensing requirements.



    Last year Lancaster, PA hosted a world "shoo-fly pie" eating contest. You
    could also buy the pies (or slices of same).

    The eating contest was disgusting!!! Like eating sand and molasses.

    Shoo-Fly Pie
    11.1 Pounds Shoo-Fly Pie
    8 Minutes/ June 23, 2007
    Patrick Bertoletti

    Andy

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    Andy Guest

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    George said...

    > jmcquown wrote:
    >> Sheldon wrote:
    >>> You tried the rest, now try the best... BBQ!
    >>>
    >>> http://bigapplebbq.org

    >>
    >> Nice! At least they're allowed to sell the Q! That's what's always
    >> ticked me off about the Memphis in May BBQ cooking contest. Unless you
    >> know someone (I do) who is competing you don't get to eat any Q. It's
    >> against the health regs for them to sell the stuff. So you walk around
    >> in the heat smelling all that roast pig but unless you're one of the
    >> fortunate few you can't eat any. Sucks, really.
    >>
    >> Jill
    >>
    >>

    > In PA we can buy food from from the competitors in such events. Now that
    > I think about it I wonder why since for example all of the roadside food
    > places (pickles, jams, honey etc)have disappeared because of the
    > extensive/expensive licensing requirements.



    Last year Lancaster, PA hosted a world "shoo-fly pie" eating contest. You
    could also buy the pies (or slices of same).

    The eating contest was disgusting!!! Like eating sand and molasses.

    Shoo-Fly Pie
    11.1 Pounds Shoo-Fly Pie
    8 Minutes/ June 23, 2007
    Patrick Bertoletti

    Andy

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