Sunday, March 29, 2009

Everything is off the cooker and looking great. First up is pulled pork. Here's a picture of the butt Before I pulled it. There is a little sauce painted on it.

Here is a picture of the pulled pork. I add seasonings and sauce to the pulled product to give it that special something that the judges seem to like.

I didn't take any pictures of the whole brisket but here's a picture of one sliced. The new marinade was a tad on the salty side but I think I'm headed in the right direction. The briskets came out moist and tender.

Here's a picture of a sandwich made from the scraps that are left on the cutting board after slicing. Mmmm mmmm Good !

I'm working on my photo skills trying to improve my composition. I'm pretty new to the world of photography and I know I have a lot of room for improvement. I must say though the ribs were very tasty and I would be proud to turn them in at any competition.

The salad in the background is broccoli slaw. I first had this at the Harpoon competition at the Meddling Kids site. Very tasty and a nice change from regular coleslaw.

All in all a very successful cook. I was able to compare some rubs and sauces side by side which is not something you really want to do at a competition. You should always go in with a plan and try to stick to it.


Backyard Chef said...

Nice, Man! That sandwich looks so good.

thefly said...

its now 1:03 pm on Monday March 30th and its almost all gone. One of them said I'm from Texas and that was awesome and I think the one from South Carolina thinks so too. The brocolli coleslaw and corn bread was gone bang. the brisket ,pulled pork and ribs were eaten in equal amount no kidding.They ate it cold and some warm it up and they just kept saying,more,more,more

WhiteTrashBBQ said...

That all looks great. Your photographs are pretty good too.

george- watg? said...

new marinade for your brisket???.......details...details....details... :)