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(HelenaIR.com)   Fisticuffs at Cowboy BBQ: "The argument began over whether food was done cooking, with the cook saying it wasn't done and that he would cook it until it was"   (helenair.com) divider line 45
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2012-01-30 12:09:27 AM  
"I dunnit care how many cust'mers ya got. That brisket's gotta marinate fer six hours 'fore I reckon it's tender, goldurnit!"

/wait, this was in Montana?
//they have barbecue in Montana?
 
2012-01-30 12:16:58 AM  

FishyFred: "I dunnit care how many cust'mers ya got. That brisket's gotta marinate fer six hours 'fore I reckon it's tender, goldurnit!"

/wait, this was in Montana?
//they have barbecue in Montana?


dunnit?
 
2012-01-30 12:24:15 AM  
To be fair, if it had been a question about sauce, marinade, or spice rub, there would have been blood spilled, and it would not have stopped until all the apostates were dealt with.

Cooking time? That's a matter of opinion. BBQ itself? That's religion, man.
 
2012-01-30 12:31:30 AM  
I cooked some sweet and sour wings tonight that needed 3 hours to prepare properly, and I didn't commit more than three felonies in the process.
 
2012-01-30 12:54:50 AM  
"Fisticuffs" a good word and one that young people need to embrace. No knives, chains, baseball bats, 9 mm uzis, 45 long slide with laser sighting, plasma rifle in a 40 watt range, guns guns and more guns. Step up and duke it out. You might lose, you might win, but I guarantee both people will walk away from the fight with a newfound respect for the other guy.
 
2012-01-30 01:39:48 AM  
But was the restaurant on Frederick's Street?

/so not obscure
 
2012-01-30 02:03:05 AM  
damn knowitall cooks
 
2012-01-30 03:10:33 AM  
OBVIOUS fits better.
 
2012-01-30 03:17:53 AM  
Fine minutes, Turkish.
 
2012-01-30 03:17:55 AM  
BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.
 
2012-01-30 03:19:07 AM  
It wouldn't be "cowboy" without a fight breaking out now and again.
 
2012-01-30 03:34:10 AM  
Of all the foods in the world, I think BBQ is the one people fight over most.
 
2012-01-30 03:40:35 AM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Of all the foods in the world, I think BBQ is the one people fight over most.


What about UN rice?
 
2012-01-30 03:45:36 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Of all the foods in the world, I think BBQ is the one people fight over most.

What about UN rice?


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2012-01-30 03:47:03 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.


meh, when I'm pitmaster, nobody needs any sauce. ('cept for Carolina style)
 
2012-01-30 03:48:23 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.


And the semen, don't forget the semen
 
2012-01-30 03:53:09 AM  
Low and slow. You can't hurry BBQ, it'll be done when it's done. Anybody who cooks Q knows this.
 
2012-01-30 03:56:11 AM  
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Restaurant kitchen drama? To the Ramsay-mobile!
 
2012-01-30 04:06:45 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.


Guamanians and Filipinos make a sauce called finidini -- soy sauce, lemon juice, chopped onion, crushed red peppers (that's the basics) -- perfect for spareribs. Occasionally.

Those two cultures have more than a passing acquaintance with meat of the pork persuasion.
 
2012-01-30 04:14:09 AM  
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Mister Bungle wants him some ribs and RIGHT F*KKIN' NOW!
 
2012-01-30 04:14:31 AM  
From the comments, it sounds like this business owner is a real dickbag.

His son sounds like a class act, too.
 
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2012-01-30 04:18:37 AM  
The man cooking the meat shall decide when it is ready.
 
2012-01-30 04:37:32 AM  
You overcook it, it's no good. It defeats its own purpose.
 
2012-01-30 05:14:59 AM  
More beans, Mr. Taggert?
 
2012-01-30 05:41:50 AM  
NEW YORK CITY?!?
 
2012-01-30 05:54:08 AM  
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2012-01-30 06:03:20 AM  
BBQ. Serious Business, indeed!

Been a while since the last BBQ thread, good to start it early in the day!
 
2012-01-30 07:15:10 AM  
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Food's not done, biatch!
 
2012-01-30 07:25:52 AM  
Was the cook's name Willie Turner?

/You ain't ABOUT to fire Willie Turner!!
 
2012-01-30 07:40:32 AM  

kiteless: Fine minutes, Turkish.


You said that five minutes ago.
 
2012-01-30 07:45:53 AM  
It sounds like a new episode of Kitchen Nightmares.
 
2012-01-30 08:00:08 AM  

Tarkus: Low and slow. You can't hurry BBQ, it'll be done when it's done. Anybody who cooks Q knows this.


He cooking his Q, he knowin' sumfin.
 
2012-01-30 08:51:10 AM  

Mark Ratner: "Fisticuffs" a good word and one that young people need to embrace. No knives, chains, baseball bats, 9 mm uzis, 45 long slide with laser sighting, plasma rifle in a 40 watt range, guns guns and more guns. Step up and duke it out. You might lose, you might win, but I guarantee both people will walk away from the fight with a newfound respect for the other guy.


Technically speaking, "fisticuffs" only occurs when at least one participant is sporting an authentic, old-timey, handlebar mustache, otherwise it's just a plain donnybrook
 
2012-01-30 08:53:29 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.


explore the dark world of horseradish. taste it now, thank me later.
 
2012-01-30 08:54:26 AM  
I've often found when someone uses the word "cowboy" as an adjective, they're usually a delusional asshole with two horses on a half acre.

There's a new strain of Christianity popping up in the old West called Cowboy Church. It's as ridiculous as it sounds.
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2012-01-30 08:57:56 AM  
...and just in case anyone wants to become a 'cowboy' preacher.
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2012-01-30 09:13:54 AM  
Sounds like a line from a Cormac McCarthy book...
 
2012-01-30 09:29:10 AM  
For some reason, whenever the word "fisticuffs" pops up, I tend to read it as "fingercuffs". Damn you Kevin Smith!
 
2012-01-30 10:00:54 AM  

REO-Weedwagon: I've often found when someone uses the word "cowboy" as an adjective, they're usually a delusional asshole with two horses on a half acre.

There's a new strain of Christianity popping up in the old West called Cowboy Church. It's as ridiculous as it sounds.
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All the adherents to that church around here are just Baptists who like to drink and don't want to spend three hours listening to a sermon. They show up, pray, then get drunk and go roping.
 
2012-01-30 10:04:28 AM  

KrispyKritter: AverageAmericanGuy: BBQ chefs need to embrace soy sauce. Tomato based BBQ sauces are fine if you're feeding children, but the subtle flavors of soy sauce make for a grown up BBQ taste.

explore the dark world of horseradish. taste it now, thank me later.


The produce section in any decent supermarket carries an amazing variety of peppers. They can be roasted, sauteed, marinated, pickled, and eaten raw.

You can spend a lifetime.
 
2012-01-30 10:14:01 AM  
After reading the headline and the first sentence of the article I was thinking this involved Jerry Jones.

But then if it did the headline would have said "cah-bowz".
 
2012-01-30 10:54:57 AM  
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Turn my headphones up!

Goin double-uranium, son.
 
2012-01-30 01:17:44 PM  
People fight over a lot of stupid things.

But overcooking BBQ isn't one of them. That's important.
 
2012-01-30 02:10:09 PM  

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Cooking with low temperatures and acid is science.
Eastern Carolina Barbeque is religion.
 
2012-01-30 02:11:16 PM  

litespeed74: Sounds like a line from a Cormac McCarthy book...


Only if one of the combatants spat in the fire at some point before speaking.
 
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