Announcing, "The ’08 O.P. Bash"

flybill

Purveyor of fine hackle, wine & cigars!
Ok, big test tomorrow. Going to be cranking up the new propane smoker/bbq/outdoor oven. If the slow brisket turns out, I may have it in tow for the event. Will pickup a couple briskets and slow cook em'. :)
Sweet! Can I drive down for some taste testing? I'm willing to do my part to help the cause out! :cool:

Can't wait to sample some of the Daschofsky cuisine... I've only heard the raves, but haven't experienced it before!
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
Well it looks like it's going to be a bash. Lots of people coming. Who's coming from the farest away. My road trip shoud be like over 800 miles one way. Will have to check it out when I get there.

Jim
 

Jerry Daschofsky

Moderator
Staff member
LOL. I already have my sample people coming over. First brisket in this system, so don't want to have tons try it out. You just never know how something is gonna turn out the first time. But it's looking good so far, put it in at 6am this morning. Just tossed in the baby back pork ribs. They both should be done around 5-6pm. Been doing my hourly basting. So let's hope it turns out. Nice thing, I can do probably about 2-4 10# briskets and about 7-14 slab of ribs at once in this smoker. Only doing one and one for the test. Sure smells good though. :)
 

John Hicks

Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits
Jim. I'm comming from North Carolina. I think that is like 1 day and 19 hours of straight driving from here says google maps.

1200 miles or something like that.
 

Jerry Daschofsky

Moderator
Staff member
Here's a little teaser for you all. Only have about 3 1/2-4 hours to go. Just did another basting and it's starting to carmelize.



It's smelling pretty good here. Looks like these two are taking up alot of room, but with my rib racks I can easily put 6 rack of ribs per level and almost 2 10# briskets per level.

Sorry, didn't realize my phone was out of focus. But you get the idea.
 

Jerry Daschofsky

Moderator
Staff member
Ok, had to post again. Turned out great. Not sure I'd do the brisket though. That was a good solid 12 hours of constant basting (every hour on the hour with my basting sauce). But would do a full thing of ribs. Kids ate it up pretty quick. About half of the brisket and about all the ribs are gone. Chopped up a bunch of what was left for brisket sandwiches tomorrow (have my homemade BBQ sauce and kaiser rolls to make them with).
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
Jim. I'm comming from North Carolina. I think that is like 1 day and 19 hours of straight driving from here says google maps.

1200 miles or something like that.
I realized after I wrote this that my 800 miles is a small change compared to where you are coming from. And it's just alittle farther than 1200 miles.

Jim
 

John Hicks

Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits
You know Jim I thought the same thing. I know it's 3000 miles from seattle to Boston give or take. But it really puzzles me that google maps has it at 2800 or so. Awe screw it I'm comming and I'll have fun no matter what the distance.
 

EMPyre

Erich with an H -Top Water Soldier-
Perhaps Google is doing the math in a linear method, ie: straight through the earth, rather than over the surface. You wouldn't notice this error over small distances but across a continent, well, maybe.
 

Chris Scoones

Administrator
Staff member
What Nick Riggs can do with a pencil is pretty amazing. Good news that he was up for drawing up a steelhead for an event shirt.

To make it easier this time around I'll just be ordering up beefy-t long sleeves. White. That way everyone has the best chance of getting the size they expect.

I need to get an idea of how many to order, so if you're interested, please let me know soon. Those of you that have stated to be coming I'll PM to ensure you know about it. Cost is unknown given the print folks are just getting the artwork and details now.

fyi - WFF logo on front, steel on back.

 

flybill

Purveyor of fine hackle, wine & cigars!
Sweet! I'll take one XXL or even XXXL if they go that big. I'm happy to send a paypal payment or however is easist, just let me know.

Nick does some great work there! :cool:
 

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