The picture is now coming into focus. What rub or tenderizer do you use on Brass Knuckles? How long do you smoke them and what sauce do you recommend? Please do not confuse brass knuckles with brass monkeys. Everyone knows what sauce to put on those and how to make them smoke.
Sheila, Find us a building and we will open a eatery. How does BRASS KNUCKLED MONKEY sound?
Good one George, you got the Oink & Crawl in the same punch line! As for the "Oink Joint" could someone please tell me where I go to "SMELL" the oink? The B.B.Q. joints I visit always has" smoke & smell" around them, which to me is half the experience, so please pray tell, where is the smoke at the joint?
Danny, I like the way you think. That question is probably wondered by many. The "smoke smell" of good Southern BBQ is like free advertising. Maybe the "smoke smell" got lost in the "reality" of the show. Strange, you can always smell fresh popcorn at the movie shows. You tell me Danny, could the BBQ be freighted in from the North? Remember the advertisement "this stuff is made in New York City?"
Well Sheila, JC banned us from the former polecat before he went out of business, shutdown. Baby we might be banned from eating in Zebulon. I smoke my butts long and slow. All Molena can smell the smoke and know when George is cooking for the Queen.
Mr. D'Hollosy, I have researched your question and found the answer. Smoke in a Bottle(tm).
It is produced by Colgin LIQUID SMOKE and Figaro Hickory LIQUID SMOKE. This is not a new product, invented 1904 in Bronx, New York. Proper use of this product has proven to keep smoke out of the Pike Court House clock tower.
Thanks for the info. To get award winning B.B.Q. from bottled smoke is truly an amazing thing and should be commended, now if they would put a drop or two on a fan and blow it in the "joint" I could smell the "oink" while I ate at the joint!
Sheila, Will the Queen be attending the services? We coukd ride together. Never attended a polecat funeral and doubt we would be banned there. Word on Ga. Hwy 18 is there will be a lot of biscuits and the Pillsbury Dough Boy will preach a passing sermon.
One thing for sure...There will be ample parking spaces.