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    Wheels For The Serious Barbecuer

    I was up in Seattle today and saw this on the corner of 2nd Ave and Pike St.
    making lunch. Their best seller? Pulled Pork, Go Figure!
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    I love peoples imagination. And pulled pork too
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    Somebody like playing with sheet metal. Cool-looking rig.

    I like these barbeque wheels...

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    The Arkansas Razorback Hog escaped.
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    I want him back.
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    How cool is that. I admire it for so many reasons. Hope their food matches the vehicle.
    cheers

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    Very cool looking rig Dan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Somebody like playing with sheet metal. Cool-looking rig.

    I like these barbeque wheels...

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    Not a bad price for that rig. A friends parents bought an old camper, put a door/counter in the side, a couple of deep fryers, a deep freeze, and the rest of a kitchen. They spent the summer taking it to all the Iowa state fairs one summer. After all the expenses were paid they cleared around $80k for 3 months of work selling corndogs.
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    Hmmmm, I think you just made up my mind on what my 'splurge' meal will be this weekend....

    Smoked Pork shoulder....
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