The Spamwise Chronicles

Big Apple BBQ Block Party 2008: Day One

If you’re a vegetarian, you’ll probably want to skip this post. 🙂


Garry Ubon, pitmaster and owner of Ubon’s in Yazoo, Mississippi


Shake Shack

For additional photos of this event, click here for the preview post and here for Day Two of BBQ Big Apple Block Party 2008.

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7 thoughts on “Big Apple BBQ Block Party 2008: Day One

  1. Wow, you got some fantastic photos of the event!

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  2. YOU are giving the photographer Tater competition in some luscious pictures here, Stache. I am SO hungry now for some great BBQ thanks to looking at your post. I don’t suppose you, the vegetarian, had any ribs? Once again, as only NYC can do, it made me wish I was there. THANKS

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  3. I’m not a vegetarian, where did you get that idea? ROFL.

    Yes I had ribs. A LOT of ribs — baby back ribs, St. Louis-style, Memphis-style and Texas-style.

    Thanks for the compliments, luv. 😉

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  4. As a vegetarian I must say that there are about three heart attacks in your pics.

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  5. There’s more to come Homer…in about two hours. =P

    Don’t worry though. I have a bunch of pix of vegetarian-friendly food after that. 😉

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  7. Those pictures are awesome and makes this Texan proud.

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