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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/19 00:08:58 (permalink)
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So, is this official that Smoke Day Pie Day is a go on May 26?

Are you implying we can expect a visit from a man from the east?
Buddy

You mean Carnac The Magnificant is coming???

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m_dT0wsrGI
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/19 07:57:01 (permalink)
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It depends how much the flights are.  I will be looking in to that today.  Of course, I would love to be there to see everyone.  Oh, and I heard there might be pie, too.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/19 12:16:06 (permalink)
Since you're turning the big five-o this year maybe Pie Diva will bake something special just for you...if you ask nicely.
 
Perhaps just this once we could rename it from Smoke Day to Buffetbuster's Bodacious Badger Barbecue Birthday Bash!
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/19 12:26:51 (permalink)
Brad, this party does take place in Wisconsin.  Can't you work Butter in there somewhere?  Actually, I think Pie Day or maybe Pie Fest 2012 works just fine.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/22 15:31:48 (permalink)
Sorry I'll have to miss Smoke Day/Pie Fest; I'll be on a trip the last week of May and the first week of June.  I hope to see some good pictures of the event, though.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/23 01:09:18 (permalink)
Damn you and your adventurous, travel filled life!  Can't you just stay home for once and drink beer with your friends???
 
Enviously,
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/23 15:24:55 (permalink)
We're in! I'll try to score up some of the bad boys: http://www.butcheronthebl...twursts--sausages.html
I sampled 15 of these two weeks ago at the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Food Service Show in Milwaukee.  The taco, Greek, jalapeno cheddar, and the Italian stallion brats are great.
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/23 17:57:53 (permalink)
buffetbuster

Brad, this party does take place in Wisconsin.  Can't you work Butter in there somewhere?  Actually, I think Pie Day or maybe Pie Fest 2012 works just fine.

Buffetbuster's Buttery BBQ Birthday Bath....
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/23 18:01:59 (permalink)
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Buffetbuster's Buttery BBQ Birthday Bath....

 
Oh, great, thanks, now I have to live with THAT visual! 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 01:35:57 (permalink)
I think--dear God, I hope-- he meant "bash".
 
I'm with you Dale.  I consider Cliff to be a dear friend, but there are limits.  Geesh.
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 03:26:17 (permalink)
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We're in! I'll try to score up some of the bad boys: http://www.butcheronthebl...twursts--sausages.html
I sampled 15 of these two weeks ago at the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Food Service Show in Milwaukee.  The taco, Greek, jalapeno cheddar, and the Italian stallion brats are great.
CSD

CSD and everyone else,
In looking at that list, It begs the question-----When is a Sausage Combination no longer a Bratwurst??
While some of those sausages look really enticing, and I'm sure they are tasty, can they be classified as Brats???
Pure Brats are traditionally made with pork or a pork/veal mix, and almost as tasty (although not as authentic) with beef and spices like Salt & Pepper, Coriander, Marjoram, Paprika, etc. Once you start adding stuff like spinach and pepperoni and cheese and tomatoes can you still morally and with good conscience call it a Brat? I say it's BLASPHEMY to call such creations Bratwurst!!!
The first documented evidence of the Bratwurst in Germany dates back to 1313, and can be found in the Franconian city of Nuremberg,[2] which is still an internationally renowned centre for the production of grill sausages. If one were to show up there with a Sundried Tomato Bratwurst, they would be put in a stockade and flogged with it!
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 10:29:00 (permalink)
Foodbme,
 
Are you auditioning for the forum curmudgeon position that was recent vacated?
 
I agree that there is a point when a "brat" is not a bratwurst. It makes good marketing, though. I've been disappointed most of the special flavored brats that I've tried.
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 10:30:04 (permalink)
What curmudgeon has recently vacated from here? Tell me the right name, and I might just come back and hang out on these boards again.....
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 10:39:03 (permalink)
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Foodbme,

Are you auditioning for the forum curmudgeon position that was recent vacated?

I agree that there is a point when a "brat" is not a bratwurst. It makes good marketing, though. I've been disappointed most of the special flavored brats that I've tried.

Jim

VACATED?
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 10:41:50 (permalink)
Yeah, you know who I'm talking about.  He's been unusually nice lately for some reason.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 10:43:13 (permalink)
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What curmudgeon has recently vacated from here? Tell me the right name, and I might just come back and hang out on these boards again.....

Not gone, just a different online persona.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 13:13:50 (permalink)
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I think--dear God, I hope-- he meant "bash".

I'm with you Dale.  I consider Cliff to be a dear friend, but there are limits.  Geesh.

Buddy

Gives new meaning to the phase...please, draw my bath!
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/24 15:37:22 (permalink)
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Foodbme,
Are you auditioning for the forum curmudgeon position that was recent vacated?
I agree that there is a point when a "brat" is not a bratwurst. It makes good marketing, though. I've been disappointed most of the special flavored brats that I've tried.
Jim

A sweet, lovable old fart like me a Curmudgeon???? I certainly hope not.
A Purest??? Quite possibly!
A person who likes to do food research and calls a Brat a Brat?? Definitely!
A Curmudgeon?? Never! 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 02:21:15 (permalink)
Nuthin' wrong with being curmudgeonly.  Hell, I strive to be a curmudgeon; just ask my wife and kids.  The trick is to still be nice while you're curmudgeonizing folks.
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 22:31:19 (permalink)
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chicagostyledog
We're in! I'll try to score up some of the bad boys: http://www.butcheronthebl...twursts--sausages.html
I sampled 15 of these two weeks ago at the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Food Service Show in Milwaukee.  The taco, Greek, jalapeno cheddar, and the Italian stallion brats are great.
CSD

CSD and everyone else,
In looking at that list, It begs the question-----When is a Sausage Combination no longer a Bratwurst??
While some of those sausages look really enticing, and I'm sure they are tasty, can they be classified as Brats???
Pure Brats are traditionally made with pork or a pork/veal mix, and almost as tasty (although not as authentic) with beef and spices like Salt & Pepper, Coriander, Marjoram, Paprika, etc. Once you start adding stuff like spinach and pepperoni and cheese and tomatoes can you still morally and with good conscience call it a Brat? I say it's BLASPHEMY to call such creations Bratwurst!!!
The first documented evidence of the Bratwurst in Germany dates back to 1313, and can be found in the Franconian city of Nuremberg,[2] which is still an internationally renowned centre for the production of grill sausages. If one were to show up there with a Sundried Tomato Bratwurst, they would be put in a stockade and flogged with it!

 
FBM,
I will not engage in an analysis paralysis of what constitutes a brat according to  definition. That is not my contention of the products that I will provide for Smoke Day. For those who intend to sample them, I'll let them make their own decisions. For me, the moment my teeth broke the natural casing of these new products, a tingling exhilaration burst ecstatically upon my taste buds, unlike that of any other encased meats I've experienced and for those who wish to experience a similar sensation, I'm just the messenger. 
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 22:39:00 (permalink)
CSD,
Congratulations on your orgasmic experience!
While I did concede that they might be tasty, look inticing and certainly worthy of consumption, I just question if they deserve the title of a Brat?. As suggested, let the attendees decide for themselves!
Sounds like you haven't been this excited since you tasted your first Vienna Beef Frank!! 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 22:39:42 (permalink)
Ooh, ooh, I want to tingle!  I say bring the Brats!  Or whatever they are...
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 22:45:53 (permalink)
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Ooh, ooh, I want to tingle!

 
So along with Buffetbuster's buttery bath we now have a tingling Buddy.
 
At this rate we might as well just invite the Pewaukee Vice Squad to save the neighbors the trouble of calling.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/25 23:01:43 (permalink)
THE PARTY IS HEREBY CANCELLED.
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 00:20:54 (permalink)
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CSD,
Congratulations on your orgasmic experience!! 

Salami would be a better encased meat because the longer it hangs, the harder it gets.
CSD
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 16:39:31 (permalink)
JRPfeff

Yeah, you know who I'm talking about.  He's been unusually nice lately for some reason.

Sorry about any confusion. I was using lleechef's computer when I asked: VACATED? Now, while I'm certainly happier about the world at this time than I might have been in the past several years, I'm still thte same curmudgeonly being of yore. The thing is, there's not that much being posted that's silly, nasty, stupid, or otherwise offensive. 

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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 16:44:57 (permalink)
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THE PARTY IS HEREBY CANCELLED.

 
You mean I bought a green and yellow Green Bay Packer speedo for nothing? 

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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 17:31:54 (permalink)
You wear that speedo when you're taking your butter bath?
 
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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 18:01:16 (permalink)
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JRPfeff

THE PARTY IS HEREBY CANCELLED.


You mean I bought a green and yellow Green Bay Packer speedo for nothing? 

 

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Re:Smoke Day? 2012/03/26 18:04:17 (permalink)
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THE PARTY IS HEREBY CANCELLED.

You mean I bought a green and yellow Green Bay Packer speedo for nothing? 

I guess maybe you could call that a "G" String???
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