I know everything is roosters and kitties, but with Thanksgiving headed our way, I thought food would be an appropriate topic. With an international crowd here, it could get interesting. What do you like to eat/cook? If you know a good recipe of something you love to eat, throw it out here. I'll start off with a good Texas staple: Beef Barbecue Take an untrimmed beef brisket (10-12 lbs preferably), place in a disposable pan fat side down, and liberally apply the following as a rub: Powdered onion, Minced onion, Powdered Garlic, Minced Garlic, Ground black pepper, and Kosher salt. Manipulate the rub into the meat with your fingers, not hands. Turn over and repeat. Place on an indirect smoker on foil, fat side up, and smoke for 8-12 hours between 200 and 250 degrees, shooting for 225 degrees. The longer you smoke it, the more "bark" you will have which is basically an outer crust. Take off the pit and slice across the grain of the meat (critical). Serve with barbeue sauce, if desired and potato salad and pinto beans make a good sides. Accompany with sliced pickles and onions and you have "Texas Style Barbecue" that will serve at least 30-40 people. If you want a 4-6 hour smoking time, get a 8-10 lb trimmed beef brisket and do the same. Cooking time is critical here as a trimmed brisket has no fat to keep the meat moist. If you've never had it, makes for a great party food that is low maintenance and serves a bunch of folks. Who's up next?