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Old 09-08-2013, 03:47 PM  
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You know what they say. Variety is the spice of life.

I'm fortunate to live by the two top BBQ joints in Texas, #1 Coopers in Llano & The Salt Lick in Driftwood which is my favorite. They actually sell their BBQ online, vacumm sealed packed in dry ice. The menu is limited tho, brisket or smoked turkey breast along with their rubs & sauces.


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We did that at a pizza place I managed. No one ever bought them.


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Old 09-13-2013, 06:25 PM  
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We did that at a pizza place I managed. No one ever bought them.
That's not surprising. Was it exceptional pizza?
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Not really. It was rare for the area as they served a traditional Chicago pie. They also did a number of things wrong towards the end there so their once robust mail order business fell flat.

Don't sacrifice quality. That's the last thing you need to do when pinching pennies.
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It's finally cooled off in Texas so now the fun really starts. Standing at pit in 110 heat is bad. When it's 80 though it's a joy.
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80* is cooled off? 57 here this morning and a high if 78...
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80 is a little slice of heaven. So nice out at 80.
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80 is perfect jeeping weather.
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80 is perfect jeeping weather.
Tell that to my buddy with the Jeep. I tried to get him to haul me around in it yesterday but he was to busy.

I miss my XJ.


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