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  Topic: Waste of knowledge
Camper Bob

Replies: 6
Views: 2284

PostForum: Off Topic   Posted: Tue Oct 23 18 9:51 pm   Subject: Waste of knowledge
What if the vendors that support this site are emailed alerting them of the desperate need to update the site or else all of the participants will migrate to other sites. Seems that the operators of ...
  Topic: it looks like I have a qualified buyer.............
Camper Bob

Replies: 15
Views: 9526

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Mon Feb 06 17 10:44 am   Subject: it looks like I have a qualified buyer.............
I'm delighted to hear that you are away from your restaurant. I have to agree with you that the so called "millennials" feel entitled to the highest wage for the area, regardless of their e ...
  Topic: it looks like I have a qualified buyer.............
Camper Bob

Replies: 15
Views: 9526

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Sun Jan 15 17 10:24 pm   Subject: it looks like I have a qualified buyer.............
Congratulations. Great news in a year that so far, for me has been very disappointing. I also am selling my business, not food related, and am awaiting to finalize it at the end of this week. We pu ...
  Topic: Insanely Hot Jerk Chicken
Camper Bob

Replies: 6
Views: 1880

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Dec 04 16 11:19 pm   Subject: Insanely Hot Jerk Chicken
As our family Dr. said, " If it goes in hot, it comes out hot." Words to live by.
  Topic: Today is brisket, ribs, chicken and sausage.
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 6391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri Sep 02 16 9:53 am   Subject: Today is brisket, ribs, chicken and sausage.
For what it's worth, I recently smoked a packer at 275 degrees after putting a dry rub on it the night before. It reached an internal temp of 185 degrees after about 6 hours. Put it back in at 275 a ...
  Topic: Today is brisket, ribs, chicken and sausage.
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 6391

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Aug 31 16 9:36 pm   Subject: Today is brisket, ribs, chicken and sausage.
Another fabulous meal. I was wondering how many people are you expecting? I don't think I know that many. I'm sure there won't be much left. Enjoy and Happy Birthday to the birthday girl.
  Topic: Rockin' Moroccan Leg of Lamb
Camper Bob

Replies: 17
Views: 4019

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sat Jul 30 16 9:13 pm   Subject: Rockin' Moroccan Leg of Lamb
The leg of lamb looks delicious. Our older son is a bit picky but I think the leg of lamb will be just the ticket. Can't wait to try this.
  Topic: 4 more days.
Camper Bob

Replies: 11
Views: 2356

PostForum: Off Topic   Posted: Wed Jun 29 16 11:10 pm   Subject: 4 more days.
I'm still wiping the tears from my eyes after watching this. Very Very funny. Thanks for sharing.
  Topic: What's your favorite line from movies??
Camper Bob

Replies: 26
Views: 13851

PostForum: Off Topic   Posted: Mon Jun 27 16 8:45 pm   Subject: What's your favorite line from movies??
From "The Treasure of Sierra Madre" 1948

"Badge, I don need no stinkin badge."

From "Casa Blanca" 1942

"We'll always have Paris."
  Topic: Cooking and holding Salmon
Camper Bob

Replies: 5
Views: 4567

PostForum: Catering   Posted: Fri Jun 17 16 9:12 pm   Subject: Cooking and holding Salmon
Thanks for your replies. Will cook it, foil it, and keep in oven at 160 degrees. Should be OK.
  Topic: Cooking and holding Salmon
Camper Bob

Replies: 5
Views: 4567

PostForum: Catering   Posted: Fri Jun 17 16 7:52 am   Subject: Cooking and holding Salmon
This is for a home dinner party. Usually I just cook and serve immediately. However, I wanted to cook the salmon shortly before the guests arrive and then hold it until serving. Possibly 30-40 minu ...
  Topic: Cooking and holding Salmon
Camper Bob

Replies: 5
Views: 4567

PostForum: Catering   Posted: Thu Jun 16 16 9:08 pm   Subject: Cooking and holding Salmon
I have to cook some salmon and hold it for an hour or so. Need suggestions on how to do it and what temp to hold at.
  Topic: Slicing Brisket
Camper Bob

Replies: 6
Views: 1551

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Thu Apr 28 16 7:16 am   Subject: Slicing Brisket
I put it in the reefer after we ate all we could. The following day used our small slicer to thin slice it and then vacuum seal into bags and then into the freezer. All good. Still sticking to my s ...
  Topic: Slicing Brisket
Camper Bob

Replies: 6
Views: 1551

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sat Apr 23 16 12:28 am   Subject: Slicing Brisket
Thank you both.
  Topic: Slicing Brisket
Camper Bob

Replies: 6
Views: 1551

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri Apr 22 16 10:26 pm   Subject: Slicing Brisket
I will be smoking a packer and was wondering when to slice it for vacuum sealing. We have a small slicer and I want to slice the brisket thin for sandwiches and then vacuum seal the slices. Is it mo ...
  Topic: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 10281

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Sat Mar 26 16 5:41 am   Subject: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
I understand. It seems that no one else on this board can make other suggestions, who are in the food biz. Maybe it is time to retire if you are able to do so. Nothing wrong with touring the countr ...
  Topic: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 10281

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Fri Mar 25 16 8:04 am   Subject: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Since it is a resort area, any thought on hiring college kids for the summer? I think you said it all when the summer camps will not hire the locals. Tuff labor situation. Have you considered possi ...
  Topic: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 10281

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Thu Mar 24 16 9:19 am   Subject: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
I recently hired 6 different drivers who all either left or were canned after a week of work. As I did mention, all the better workers are already working and we are having to deal with the dregs of ...
  Topic: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 10281

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Thu Mar 24 16 5:44 am   Subject: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Say hello to the sheriff. One other suggestion, instead of high hourly rate, why not offer some health insurance, or pay for a tank of gas a week. They get a free tank of gas and you claim it as a b ...
  Topic: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
Camper Bob

Replies: 35
Views: 10281

PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Wed Mar 23 16 10:07 pm   Subject: Applications for employment, Oh the joy!
When I am looking to replace an entry level position, I only post an email address and ask for resumes only. This way I can filter out the unqualified. Certainly someone could falsify their work exp ...
 
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