Saturday, October 08, 2005

Fall means barbecue smoke in Quichapa

Boston Butt pork roast grilled with fresh chiles and a beef tri-tip coated with Larry's secret steak rub.

Fall is when grilling is best, the smoke lingering and loitering in the colder air a little longer than in summer, giving the whole neighborhood the fragrant smell of southern woodlands and right tasty critter flesh. It's a time to sip your beer more slowly and blast the stereo outside with Dean Martin tunes followed by Merle Haggard and then maybe some Death Cube K, for when it gets dark and the bats commence to flapping at dusk.

Today I savored Georgia's 27-7 victory over Tennessee immensely and celebrated heavily for my unefeated squad now sitting atop the SEC East. Yeeeee-haw!



Tennessee's Josh Briscoe fumbles after a big hit in the second half by Georgia's Tra Battle (25) and Danny Verdun.

How 'bout them Dawgs?!!! They are 5-0 and will be ranked #3 on Monday morning. Not a bad start for a national championship run, huh?

After the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena I'm buying everyone dinner at the Reel Inn in Malibu. Meet you there at about 9:30 pm----and in case you forgot, it's at 18661 PCH just past Topanga Canyon Blvd. We'll have fried catfish, corn fritters and slaw! Yee-haw!

By the way, we sure can whip up some delicious vittles out here in Quichapa, yes we does.

Split whole chicken, marinated & chile rubbed and grilled over apple wood. Yum-yum! The sides were spectacular too.

1 comment:

Uncle Jelly said...

Hunker down!