View Poll Results: How would you prefer to fund the hang

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    7 33.33%
  • PrePay via PayPal (based upon number of attendees)

    12 57.14%
  • Other: Please expound

    3 14.29%
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    Morning BBQ teaser.......
    More than likely cannot attend but want to add to the BBQ bluster.......
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    Last edited by Shug; 12-02-2012 at 09:00.
    Whoooo Buddy)))) I Love Onions, Grits, Greens, Livermush, NC Style BBQ, Potted Meat, Anchovies, 'Naner Puddin", Peanut Butter Pie, Red Velvet Cake and Cocoa and Straaaaaawwwwberrrry Milk and Coffee Crisps....
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    I can volunteer to lead a day paddle & we can find a place to have a picnic lunch on the lake for Saturday.
    When I've smoked meat for events I buy pork loin at Sam's Club and slow smoke it here. Then pull it at the event then heat it in my dutch oven. Since cwbybld is making beans I can bring about 6 lbs of meat with my favorite sauce. And yes it's the southern tomato based type.
    When I took this pic there was snow on the ground and it took 6 hours to smoke this!

    Pulled this amount will fill one 12" Dutch Oven.
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    That smoker looks alot like mine. I have not done the pork loin, just the shanks and butts.....RR



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    Oh man RR...It melts in your mouth!

    Lets see I do have a slower touring boat that is rated for up to 200 lbs.
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    As if I wasn't already hungry enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.D. Cakes View Post
    Oh man RR...It melts in your mouth!

    Lets see I do have a slower touring boat that is rated for up to 200 lbs.
    Ya, I didn't think about the weight ratings. Yours would be less than I need, with me being about 230lbs. But if I'm cooking anyway, I need to be there to keep the fire going and keep the pork cooking......RR
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    im interested but will have to wait to say for sure til we get a little closer

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    It's in my calendar... will look for a spreadsheet or something for fooderific contributions.
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    How many hammocks will the group site hold? Are the other sites compatible with hammocks? Can you do a scouting trip and give us some info.? [EDIT: I was looking at the wrong loop. Now have found the group sites on the map.] Sounds like this would be worth the 5 hr. drive.
    Last edited by grannypat; 12-02-2012 at 16:19.
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    This is to expound upon my 'other' fund raising selection in the poll.

    I think a raffle is a great idea, but it doesn't need to remain the domain of our beloved cottage vendors. I am on a shoestring budget, personally, so I make as much of my own gear as I can. I'd be happy to make and donate some hammocks for raffle, for instance, or perhaps some pillows or amsteel things and so on. Lots of folks make stoves, stands, tarps, etc. Many people also have gear that they aren't using but don't want to go through the hassle of listing, selling, and shipping.

    So perhaps a minimum fee would apply to all, in order to ensure that the facilities are paid for. A raffle of DIY and used gear could then defray food costs for those who are cooking.

    I was at MAHHA a few weeks ago, and there was way more $$ from the raffle than was needed for the event costs, so I wouldn't think that funding would be a problem given the natural generosity of our group. The amount of food which was provided at the potluck was also way over the top with plenty of leftovers going home. I cooked about 3 gallons of black bean soup and served out every drop, with some folks wanting third servings!

    I think the 'Smoked Butt Hang' is going to become an instant classic, especially given the prime location. I can't wait!
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