Ep. 56 - Free Deshaun & 1st IBCA Grand Champ
In this episode we get the gang back together as I am joined by Jaime, Hector and Hiram. We start by talking about Deshawn Watson being free of all criminal charges but he's not completely out of the water. Tom Brady has to spoil the fun by announcing his Unretirement. We also give a shout out to the fajita bandit who we talked about in early season one. 8:00 min
We get into our BBQ talk as the Harvest Fest cook off in Edinburg looms this coming weekend. We reminisce as this was our first IBCA cookoff where we get a Grand Championship and some pretty sweet trophies. Although we had some fancy cooking equipment at this point we kept it simple by cooking on 3 weber smokers and grills. Hector says it's his second worst brisket of al time however we manage a first place call. Hector gives a review about Weber as a company as he recently had some issues with his Weber smoker but through great customer services it was easily resolved.
Hiram takes you behind the red curtain in Hollywood as he tried some Texas Barbecue over the weekend. No he was not in Texas but in LA trying out a restaurant from a celebrity chef. He gives us his not so shinny review of some Brisket, chicken, sausage, ribs, pulled pork and some ahi tuna. Yes you heard that right, ahi tuna at a Texas Barbecue themed joint. We also get into a discussion about some not so well taken comments by Kim Kardashian. She thinks women need to get up and work more.
We talk about walk up songs again and what we have planned for the upcoming cookoff at the Courage to Change Palmer Drug Abuse Program Cookoff. I ask the guys if there are songs that make you change the station when you hear them.
We wrap thing up by talking about some practice briskets that hector is going to cook to make up for some recent cooking fails he has had. A bunch of joes that cook like pros!!!
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