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Old 05-24-2009, 11:16 PM
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10 hour tacos!

Ok, everytime I cook is an adventure because I can never remember how I made it the time before but I'll try my best to share this recipe.

7 am: drink beer to cure hangover from night before
8 am: play with dogs
8:30 am: call your buddy and tell him to bring some breakfast over or he's not eating BBQ
9:00 am: start fire
9:15 am: burn arm hair off
9:30 am: melt contacts to cornia
9:45 am: send buddy to get charcoal (matchlight)
9:46 am: prep meat. This recipe is for Axis so you need to take off all of the silver skin you can get to. Slice your finger a couple of times and yell obscenities to passer bys. Use prefered rub. I like to mix a couple of them to get the taste I want.
10:00 am: call your buddy and ask why it's taking so long and tell him to get some mcdonalds coffee.
10:25 am: make cowboy c0cktail to numb throbbing pain in hand. 1 part mcdonalds mocha, 1 part kahlua, 1 part bailey's, and .5 part hazlenut liquor.
10:28 am: chug cowboy c0cktail
10:28 am: throw entire bag of matchlight in fire box with wood on top (preferably dry)
10:30 am: find your beer
11:30 am: drink hot beer you just found
12:00 pm: after reaching 300 deg put your meat on the grill
12:01 pm: drink beer till next step
1:00 pm: wrap meat in foil, shiney side in and throw back on pit. Temp should be at 200 deg +/- 100 deg
1:20 pm to next step: drink beer and invite every girl you can think of over, even the ones walking down the street
6:00 pm: prepare pico. I use 1 slab of bacon, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, jalapenos, cilantro, hot sauce and whatever else I have in the fridge. Chop it all up with fancy slicer dicer and put in container.
7:00 pm: eat 2/3 of pico and entire bag of chips
8:00 pm: go get more beer because a case is never enough
8:30 pm: take meat out of foil and put back on grill. Use more rub because more is always better.
8:45 pm: put homemade tortillas from taqueria on grill
9:55 pm: pull meat off pit and give bones to dogs. If you did it right you won't have to do anything but grab the bone and meat will fall off.
9:56 pm: gorge yourself and enjoy the little bit of pico you have left.
10:00 pm: pat yourself on the back and tell your buddy what a good job you did making 10 hour tacos!

I tried to cut it but my razor sharp knife wasn't sharp enough
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:36 PM
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That looks to be a brisket no biggie ..
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Old 05-25-2009, 08:32 AM
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Yea, it was more of a joke than anything. Maybe I should have put this in the humor section

Although the pico recipe is really good if you've never had any like that
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Temp should be at 200 deg +/- 100 deg


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10hrs huh?


i like 10min taco from taco bell. im not gonna wait 10hrs to eat a meal.
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Old 06-03-2009, 05:26 AM
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Temp should be at 200 deg +/- 100 deg


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10hrs huh?


i like 10min taco from taco bell. im not gonna wait 10hrs to eat a meal.
The problem with 10 min tacos is they give you the shats
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The problem with 10 min tacos is they give you the shats
then we call a plumber.




btw we are getting our new sepic system put in today
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Glad someone called me when they made these 10 hr tacos.....

Sounds good though
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Glad someone called me when they made these 10 hr tacos.....

Sounds good though


Sorry dude. I actually was going to call you but that's the weekend it rained like crazy so I was stuck outside holding the awning down and over the pit/wood while it rained. You should have seen the looks on my neighbors faces
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So do we have a exact beer count for the recipe? I need to make sure I have enough.
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