BBQ, pork Smoke-a-Thon 2008: Harbingers Date: 25 May 2008Author: Michelle Weber AdvertisementShare this:PrintTweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
hey bob barker! can i change my bid?
i’m sooooo hungry right now.
I’m so looking forward to this! I roasted some home cured olives with almonds and kumquats (there’s something delightfully dirty about that word) to bring tomorrow:-)
OHHHHH. I wish I was at that party!
Oh my, can i use these pictures as wallpaper for my bedroom?
Oh man! Those look crazy good.
At first I was all, “no words??” but after looking at those pictures for a while I realised sometimes that’s all you need. *drool!*
laura, too much pork to cook! no time for words!
This looks liek a Clive Barker Movie. In a good way.
That’s about 4,000 words by my calculations.
Oh. My. Can you fed-ex me any leftovers?
Hi! This is the Arizonan friend Robyn snuck into your Smoke-a-Thon today, who is now officially in love with you/Brian’s ribs/this blog (it smiles at me). RSS feed: Activate!
Oh damn Michelle. POST MORE PLEASE. *Slurp*
Oinkalicious, m’lady. Looks like the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Between you and your butcher.
I’m still full – and happy! Thanks Michelle and Brian! If I hadn’t been so distracted by the pork, beer and cool people yesterday, I would also have commented on how fricking awesome is your house. All told a fantastic day. Merci buckets.
MMMMM…I’ve been looking forward to seeing your pork smackdown all weekend. Bee-U-Tee-FULL.
Holy moly that looks so delicious. I want pounds and pounds of pork in my refrigerator.
You 1: pig 0
Admittedly I’m new to your blog, but I have a question. Do you often cook such, eherm, large quantities of pork? Because if you do I would very much like to be your friend. The kind of friend you invite to share dinner.
total number of leftover ribs, post-bbq: 3.
leeanne, i’m glad you came – it was great to meet you!