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I want BBQ
Last Post 02/13/2017 7:32 PM by Wrascal. 4 Replies.
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Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1042
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02/07/2017 5:46 PM
    and now that Larry's is gone I'm Hungry. Is there anyplace in town that can help me, or must I continue to go out out of town.
    I'm so starved that I'm even thinking of purchasing a smoker.
    wiregrasshost Senior Member Senior Member Posts:59
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    02/07/2017 9:24 PM
    There is one going in downtown Ozark where Shivers used to be. Willie J's is the name I think.
    Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1042
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    02/07/2017 10:27 PM
    Guess I'll have to ride downtown and follow my nose (any idea when they'll open?). Thank you.
    Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1042
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    02/08/2017 10:39 PM
    My quest has led me to the Traeger Brand of wood pellet smokers.
    Anyone here have/use one? I'm hungry for some smoked meat.
    Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1042
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    02/13/2017 7:32 PM
    I couldn't wait so I went and did it.

    Friday I traveled over to Morgan, GA. to purchase it - a 34 inch Traeger Pro pellet smoker; this evening I did my first smoke on it: a 6.5 pound Pork Shoulder. It served 4 with plenty of leftovers, all for less than a single meal at most BBQ joints. Served with Mac n cheese, baked beans, pot salad, slaw, cukes, bread and Mr Sam Adams.

    The downside, I spent 12 hours smelling it before I could get to it. It was smackin' good.
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