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post #541 of 795 (permalink) Old 04-08-2016, 07:51 PM
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Anybody staying over till Monday to go home?
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Looks like we have 2 additional crock pots that will be brought. That should be enough. Thanks tallpaul and AZgl1800 for the assistance.
I'm looking forward to Saturday night.

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Looks like we have 2 additional crock pots that will be brought. That should be enough. Thanks tallpaul and AZgl1800 for the assistance.
I'm looking forward to Saturday night.
Do you not need mine? If not I won't pack it.

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Anybody staying over till Monday to go home?
We are leaving out Monday morning to go to Missouri.

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Alwins If you have the room in your trailer by all means bring it. If you have to leave something out to make room for the crock I would say don't worry about it. We will figure something out. Worst case we red neck it and heat up the meat in the crocks and transfer it to my yeti 35 to keep it hot and serve out of there. However extra crocks would be best.

Not sure what kind of sauces people are brining but maybe we could have 3-4 different crocks with different sauces in each one and let them heat for a few hours to get the flavor into the meat better. Just a thought.

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Ralph, verify with the dealer that the cowling is in a box. I can strap that on. The other two parts should be small enough to pack. I can pick them up, Palestine is only a couple hours away, and deliver to the M&G in Oklahoma. You should be able to strap the cowling to your seat and not have a problem IF IT IS IN A BOX. If its not boxed, I'll just cut in half and you can glue it back together when you get home.
Thank you Randy. I will find out about the packaged stuff but not any earlier than next Tuesday. They are not sure when it's going to arrive to their shop either.
But I do like your idea about cutting the cowl in two. Have a Sawzall, will travel.
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I just verified with the Chief Cook here, we have a large one and it will be packed in my trailer.

I was just advised that we all need to mark or attach a label to each part of our crock pots so that all the pieces get back together, and to the owner.
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Hopefully everyone has a different kind and size and the parts won't interchange. I will mark mine (I mean my wife's).
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We are leaving out Monday morning to go to Missouri.
Good! We'll have to get together for dinner Sunday evening.

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Alwins If you have the room in your trailer by all means bring it. If you have to leave something out to make room for the crock I would say don't worry about it. We will figure something out. Worst case we red neck it and heat up the meat in the crocks and transfer it to my yeti 35 to keep it hot and serve out of there. However extra crocks would be best.

Not sure what kind of sauces people are brining but maybe we could have 3-4 different crocks with different sauces in each one and let them heat for a few hours to get the flavor into the meat better. Just a thought.
Obviously you didn't read my earlier post, but I'll bring it anyway.

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