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Well, just talked to my wife and apparently they both had some fucking salad so I'm not even sure who I'm married to anymore. She did bring me back some bbq though so I guess I can forgive her.

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2 hours ago, HoustonHorn said:

Well, just talked to my wife and apparently they both had some fucking salad so I'm not even sure who I'm married to anymore. She did bring me back some bbq though so I guess I can forgive her.

 

No, you really can't.

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On 11/4/2019 at 3:45 PM, ChampKind said:

Y’all help a brother out, will ya? Made the final round of voting for Best New Restaurant and for Best Barbeque. Take a minute and throw us a vote, please and thank you.


https://www.galveston.com/bestofgalveston/#//

Quoting this as a reminder to myself.  Apparently you can vote daily.

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3 minutes ago, ChampKind said:

Yes you can. And we would not be mad about that at all

 

3 minutes ago, ChampKind said:

Yes you can. And we would not be mad about that at all

 

11 minutes ago, ChampKind said:

Yes you can. And we would not be mad about that at all

Uh-oh.

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Still waiting for the news that Champ is accepting tamale orders for the Holidays...


He is. Got my first order yesterday.

Brisket w salsa roja
Pork with salsa verde
Chicken with salsa verde
Boudin with mustard
Spinach/cheese with salsa verde

Also offering whole briskets, prime rib roasts, pit hams, and a full compliment of sides

Tamales are $17.95/dozen. These aren’t wimpy tamales. Three of them is a meal for most folks.

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Still waiting for the news that Champ is accepting tamale orders for the Holidays...


He is. Got my first order yesterday.

Brisket w salsa roja
Pork with salsa verde
Chicken with salsa verde
Boudin with mustard
Spinach/cheese with salsa verde

Also offering whole briskets, prime rib roasts, pit hams, and a full compliment of sides

Tamales are $17.95/dozen. These aren’t wimpy tamales. Three of them is a meal for most folks.

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Coming Wed morning for the first time, super excite! On tamales how much lead time do you need on an order? Can you mix and match a dozen or must order full dozen of one kind?

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I expect that you announce your arrival in the customary manner.

We can split dozens into halves. Deadline for ordering will be the week before Christmas.

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I expect that you announce your arrival in the customary manner.

We can split dozens into halves. Deadline for ordering will be the week before Christmas.


Here’s a picture of him with his house.
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Champ, saw you sporting my buddy's Seven Acres Barbecue lid earlier today! Nice!


We’re all one big family and support each other. Well most of us do. There’s a couple jackwagons who could use a good tuneup.

#bbqfamily

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Is there a link to order tamales?

Do you send or is this pickup only?

 

Not yet. Order info will be posted by end of week. I can ship if need be.

 

Btw, these boudin tamales were ridiculously good.93ae17d6da273f46b0654a8ab0e6ad1d.jpg

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The Reuben

 

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Smoked prime rib special

 

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Peanut brittle rubbed pork belly on a ancho peanut butter PBJ with grape jelly gastrique

 

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Brisket loaded mac

 

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Cajun benedict we made as a one-off for ERhine. Boudin filling pressed into a patty and fried off on the flattop, with a cajun seasoned queso

 

 

 

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35 minutes ago, ChampKind said:

 


We’re all one big family and support each other. Well most of us do. There’s a couple jackwagons who could use a good tuneup.

#bbqfamily

 

Darrell is a good friend of mine. He was a photog at the Startlegram when I was a young sportswriter. He's been my cook partner in the TDC of Dallas Rib & Appetizer Cook-Off the last three years and we went to the Hico Steak Cook-Off in May. Sadly, I think he's ineligible this year since he's essentially cooking professionally now.

We won ribs two years ago and appetizer last spring. It's a cool deal. We had Tootsie as a celeb judge last March and she's committed to join us again next spring (hoping to lure Franklin too!) in addition to some other Dallas-area pit-masters.

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So Champ, with your plethora of "elevated" barbecue, y'all are clearly doing a lot of experimentation and obviously at some point or another a few of your creations must be utter flops.

Care to regale us with some missteps? Bonus internet points for pictures.

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Here’s the thing. We come up with these ideas and announce we’re gonna do them, never having tested them, and they all work. And seems like the crazier the idea, the better the dish.

Knock on wood, but not one flop

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Currently using a 48” magnum sniper from Pitmaker, and a double door contender from Pits by JJ. The contender is an insulated cabinet running on oak lump and post oak splits. Briskets get cooked on that. Small proteins on the sniper.

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1 hour ago, C-Man said:

Champ, what are you smoking on at the restaurant?

The crapper.  Where else can a grown-assed man smoke nowadays without someone getting up in his face?

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Great visit today. Champ hooked me up with some of the daily special, green chili pork stew. Was a bit hungover and that hit the spot.

Ordered the brisket grilled cheese with the blue cheese bacon potato salad. Got a link of sausage and a side of collards. Everything was great. The sausage was reminiscent of John M sausage, just less spicy. It came with some pickled onions and a mustard sauce. A bite of sausage, onion, sauce and greens all together was phenomenal.

Anyone in the Galveston area needs to hit this place up! 1fb2b0dfedab567d0f1fd331fb4b7918.jpg729c38eae1620a27fca06cdc5f19f7aa.jpg5585d6ca6489974d1e9516d5cda54709.jpg

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So@pops made friends in Utah who just happened to be coming to Galveston. He told them to come see me and issue the customary greeting. Which they did.

These folks own a bar called Wingnuts in St George, Utah. Go see them if you find yourself in the AO.

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So[mention=985]pops[/mention] made friends in Utah who just happened to be coming to Galveston. He told them to come see me and issue the customary greeting. Which they did.

These folks own a bar called Wingnuts in St George, Utah. Go see them if you find yourself in the AO.

Thanks,[mention=985]pops[/mention]!49c6c88c48b42528cc2469c5686e47cb.jpg


Where's your other hand?

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1 hour ago, ChampKind said:

So@pops made friends in Utah who just happened to be coming to Galveston. He told them to come see me and issue the customary greeting. Which they did.

These folks own a bar called Wingnuts in St George, Utah. Go see them if you find yourself in the AO.

Thanks,@pops!49c6c88c48b42528cc2469c5686e47cb.jpg

She just texted me. One word. "amazing!" 

 

Not sure if it was the food or Jim's hand. 

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I blame shaggy, err, surly.

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For real though, being 5 months into this thing and placing second behind the most popular/swankiest steak place on the island ain’t too bad. 2019 didn’t suck.

Appreciate all the support your assholes have provided. You’re a swell bunch

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Appreciate all the support your assholes have provided. You’re a swell bunch

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3 hours ago, ChampKind said:

For real though, being 5 months into this thing and placing second behind the most popular/swankiest steak place on the island ain’t too bad. 2019 didn’t suck.

Appreciate all the support your assholes have provided. You’re a swell bunch

51st best barbecue in the state to 3rd best barbecue on the island, not bad.

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Its an honor to finish behind two places that don’t even have smokers onsite.

 

Give me a full year down here and let’s see what’s what

 

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Wish I could be at your place for the collab with Brian Bingham - know you know this but he is an all around good dude. Hope it goes well!

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On 1/2/2020 at 11:14 AM, ChampKind said:

Its an honor to finish behind two places that don’t even have smokers onsite.

 

Give me a full year down here and let’s see what’s what

 

Where do they cook?  In their garage?

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34 minutes ago, ChampKind said:

The other cooks on gas-fired pits in Texas City.

Is that a polite way of saying they cook over a plant's flares?

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Wife saw this on FB. “Due to a catastrophic equipment failure, we will not be able to open for business today”

sounds ominous.  Did the smoker give up?

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50 minutes ago, Liquor and Poker said:

Wife saw this on FB. “Due to a catastrophic equipment failure, we will not be able to open for business today”

sounds ominous.  Did the smoker give up?

10 to 1 that Champ ran out of Cialis...

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Yeah, I'm more that way, because the restaurant ran without a smoker before buck and could probably do a limited menu without it now.
But if everything in the freezer/fridge died, that's pretty rough.

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