Smoke Day V was another great success. We fought off scattered morning showers and could not have asked for a more beautiful afternoon for the party.
Our neighbors did most of the party organizing, leaving my wife and I free to cook. I also had a couple of experienced barbecuing friends show up, and their help made my job much easier.
One of the first things served was my famous Redneck Sushi. It was fantastic and disappeared in an instant.
Here is my friend Brad preparing a batch of Big Bob Gibson chicken for our guests. That was only a small part of the over 170 pounds of meat and poultry that was cooked.
Mrs. Headless featured pies for our Smoke Day dessert. She offered over 30 different varieties. All homemade. All from scratch.
My smoker array. Four Weber Smokey Mountain cookers and two Weber kettles got the job done.
You are invited again next year. Just bring beer.